The Seven Hills swim team has won the city championships for the last 17 consecutive years, and joining the team requires dedication, commitment and teamwork. The coaching staff is committed to helping young swimmers develop lifelong fitness skills and fulfill their potential for competitive swimming in the Nashville Swim League. Realizing this potential means that swimmers must commit to attending several workouts per week where they will gain fitness and at least two dual meets where they will gain experience competing.

The most current information including schedule, registration information, volunteer opportunities and everything related to the swim team is available through Team Unify. 


How to register:

Online registration for the 2019 season will open in early 2019. You may fill out the swim team registration form below or register at the swim and dive team kick off at Seven Hills in April 2019. If you swam competitively this winter for a club team or school team, you must submit your winter race times and the name of your school or club team prior to the start of the season.

Each participating family is responsible for completing a minimum of 3 volunteer jobs over the course of the swim season, whether that is volunteering to bring healthy snacks for swimmers (reserved for parents of children ages 6 and under), helping to escort swimmers to their appropriate lanes, coordinating swimmer times with judges or acting as a stroke and turn judge (45 minutes online certification process required).



Dues for the 2018 swim season are $185 for swimmers ages 7 and older and $160 for swimmers ages 6 years old and under. Dues may be paid by check or credit card.


Practice schedule:

The 2018 weekly practice schedule is as follows:

Monday through Saturday:

7:45  –  9 a.m.: ages 11 and older

9 – 10 a.m.: ages 7 – 10

10 – 10:30 a.m.: ages 6 and under


Monday, Wednesday and Thursday:

5 – 6 p.m.: ages 7 and older


Meet schedule:

Meets are always on Tuesdays and are held at Seven Hills and other Nashville swim clubs. Swimmers ages 10 and younger swim from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. and swimmers ages 11 and older swim from 1 – 4 p.m.

The end of the season city meet championship is held at Centennial Sportsplex. The Nashville Swim League requires swimmers to swim a minimum of two dual meets in order to be eligible to swim in the city meet. Swim meets for the 2018 season have ended. Check back for the 2019 schedule soon!


Parent name *
Parent name
Phone *
Parent volunteer commitments *
Parents are required to volunteer at minimum 3 times per season
Swimmer age(s) *
Required if child(ren) swam in winter league. Please include child(ren)'s names, event(s) and time(s).


Both private and semi-private lessons are offered for swimmers at all skill levels. Please fill out the contact form to learn more about swim lessons in 2019.

Level 1: Non-swimmer

Children ages 2 and older with limited exposure to the water. These children cannot float alone and may or may not be afraid of the water.


  • Have fun and be introduced to lessons

  • Overcome fear of the water

  • Learn basic pool safety

  • Begin to float and propel forward


Level 2: Beginning swimmer

Children ages 2 and older who can already float on belly and/or back without help and may be able to propel forward. These children have not yet learned the strokes.


  • Improve floating

  • Propel forward from designated areas

  • Learn basic freestyle

  • Learn basic backstroke

  • Learn pool and diving board safety


Level 3: Advanced beginner

Any age swimmer who can float on belly and back without help; can also perform basic freestyle and backstroke; desires to improve skills and techniques.


  • Refine stroke technique for freestyle and backstroke

  • Introduce breaststroke butterfly

  • Learn pool and diving board safety