Keiser University and Superhero Swim Academy Partner to Support Swim Safety

As Keiser University continues to progress toward its goal of bringing its Aquatic Center to life, it is pleased to further support water well-being by offering swim safety lessons to community members.

Keiser University and Superhero Swim Academy are now partnering to offer a limited number of free lessons at Keiser University’s Flagship Campus pool to those who qualify. To view recent television news coverage relating to the partnership, please visit this link.

Keiser University leaders are thankful for a variety of heartfelt testimonies including that of Keiser’s own Seahawk swimmer Camryn Hudson who helped save a life off the coast of Palm Beach. In addition, Miami Dolphins player Solomon Kindley who earned the nickname “Big Fish” after saving a teammate from drowning, and American professional swimmer and 4x Olympian Lochte, recently visited Keiser to remind South Floridians of the crucial need for increased drowning awareness and water safety education.

With the Palm Beach community in mind, Keiser’s Aquatic Center will also help bring world-class events to the region. The Palm Beaches are home to some of the nation’s top sporting facilities, and the addition of an Olympic pool at Keiser University will help bring premier swimming events to the County, enhancing the economic impact and stimulating bed tax revenues. Keiser University also looks forward to offering a new home to its winning NAIA Championship Swim Teams and is grateful for the generosity of its many big-hearted supporters who are supporting swim safety for generations to come. To learn more about Keiser University’s future Aquatic Center, please visit here.

With highly trained swim instructors and water survival specialists, Superhero Swim Academy’s lead coaches have unique backgrounds, from deep water-free divers to varsity swimmers. Swimming students enjoy an exciting and productive curriculum that teaches proper swimming and survival techniques to all ages. Superhero Swim Academy uses superhero missions and characters to make learning fun and exciting. Missions include learning to climb pool walls like The Crawler, blasting off through the water like Torpedo Titan, floating on the backs like the Fearless Floater, and even saving the world from the evil-doer Doctor Deep!” To view an interactive session, please visit here, and to learn more regarding Superhero Swim Academy lessons, please contact Coach Jacob Siegal at 561-633-5145 or [email protected]

Keiser University is a private, independent, non-profit university serving nearly 20,000 students at 21 Florida campuses, online, and two international sites. Founded in 1977 by Chancellor Arthur Keiser, Ph.D., and Evelyn Keiser, Keiser University currently offers more than 100 degrees from associates to the doctoral level. Keiser University is a  designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, and was ranked No. 5 in the U.S. in Social Mobility by U.S. News And World Report in 2022.

Superhero Swim Academy Coach Jason Siegel with young swimmers.


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