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2016-2017 WPIAL Qualifiers


Erin Ferrari - Diving

Liam Waterson - 50 Freestyle, 100 free, 100 Back, 100 Fly & 200 Individual Medley


Boys Relay Qualifiers 

Chris Collins, Jake Fowler, Sean Hissong & Liam Waterson - 200 Freestyle 

 Chris Collins, Jake Fowler, Sean Hissong & Liam Waterson - 400 Freestyle

 Chris Collins, Jake Fowler, Liam Waterson and Joey Weber - 200 Medley



Girls Relay Qualifiers

 Lauren Conklin, Jordan Fediaczko, Hailey Guzzi & Kaleigh Varney - 200 Freestyle

Sophia Altavilla, Lauren Conklin, Hailey Guzzi & Kaleigh Varney - 400 Freestyle




2017  American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course

Click here for complete registration document


Red Cross Certified Course Instructor - Raylene Klinger

Contact Beth Fowler with any questions (412) 849-8584 or







 2017  American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course


 $250 - Lifeguard/CPR/AED 

Friday, Feb 17, 2017           6pm - 9pm

Saturday, Feb 18, 2017      9am – 5pm w/lunch included

Sunday, Feb 19, 2017        9am – 5pm (pack a lunch)

Friday, Feb 24, 2017            6pm – 9pm    

Saturday, Feb 25, 2017       9am-5pm w/lunch included

Sunday, Feb 26, 2017         9am-2pm (dismissal at test completion)

Cost Includes:  Pocket Mask, Bandage Kit, 31 hours of Instruction, Use of Red Cross Mannequin and 2 meals, all snacks and beverages.

Certification Cards are good for 2 years.

Book Required!  You may purchase it through the Baldwin Swim Boosters for $40 or you can download a copy for free here:
$150 Lifeguard/CPR/AED Recertification ONLY

2/18    12:30pm start

2/19    9am  (dismissed at lunch time)

2/25    9am – 5pm (lunch provided)

2/26    9am

Please bring your Lifeguarding Manual and Pocket Mask to all classes!


$50 CPR/AED Only

2/25   9am – 5pm (lunch provided)


Volunteer Needed: Lifeguarding Coordinator Position

Once a year, the Varsity Swim Boosters sponsor a Lifeguarding Course through the Red Cross.  This is our 2nd largest

Fundraiser and usually gives us a nice start for the following season.  The coordinator is essential to run a smooth class.


*Liason between the students and the instructors
*Maintains records to invite former students to get recertified every 2 years

*Responsible for advertising of the program (social media, South Hills Record, sending forms to other school districts, etc)

*Provides meals for the students twice during the program, which lasts 31 hours over 2 weekends


No knowledge of Lifeguarding or CPR is necessary to run the program.  This is my 4th year and I still ask Coach Kim questions all of the time.  Good organizational skills are necessary, however.  The bulk of the work is the week we start advertising and sending out recertification letters, which is now. If you are interested, please contact Beth Fowler,   


2016-2017 WPIAL Qualification Times: 


  2016-2017 Printable Meet Schedule:


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