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DACA (DeAnza Cupertino Aquatics) Swim school

After-School / Community Activities
  • Location Address: 1080 S De Anza Blvd | San Jose, CA 95129
  • reviews Rating: 3.70 (76 reviews)
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About DACA (DeAnza Cupertino Aquatics) Swim school

Once known solely as an internationally ranked swim team, De Anza Cupertino Aquatics (DACA) has developed into the most comprehensive Aquatics Program in the United States. DACA provides unparalleled instruction and state of the art facilities in every program it offers. Our complete programming includes: Learn-to-Swim and Special Needs instruction for all ages, Swim Team, Pre-Competitive Swimming for ages 5 - 14 and Fitness Swim for adults.

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1080 S De Anza Blvd, CA, 95129

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My daughter has been learning to swim for almost 3 years at DACA Swim SchoolCupertino.The indoor pool is great for escaping Californias strong sunshine in summer. Also the pool water is a little bit warm in winter which makes kids feel more comfortable when they have to swim during cold days. Besides the staff and instructors are friendly. Some of the coaches are really patient and professional like Edward Sonia Amanda and so on. However sometimes the new coaches will be assigned to students. It takes time for both new coaches and students to get used to each other. In general this is a great place to learn to swim especially for people who live nearby.

Judy Li
26 May 2024
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The teachers keep changing so my son who is already struggling to learn is stuck in the same level even after 8 months.

madeeha mahboob
26 May 2024
google review

Dont enroll your kid here if you are looking for a steady instructor. Here instructors change every week and kids need to again adapt to the new instructor. All the experienced instructors become supervisors or something so they dont get into water.

Vishwa Sri Hari
26 May 2024
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My son tried two swim schools before DACA and we finally found a great place for him to learn. His swim teach Sean is super nice and patient for kids. Highly recommend.

Pepper Li
26 May 2024
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My son goes here for pre-competitive class. I really liked the coaches. However the administrators are not at all flexible. If you miss class you absolutely have no way to have make up classes except if you get note from doctors . So if my child is not well am I expected to show to doctors every time They should really consider changing their policies. With life being so uncertain its unthinkable to have such rigid policies.

Sachin Rodge
05 May 2024
google review

While the majority of the coaches exhibit competence unfortunately the staffs level of helpfulness falls short. During my inquiries about my childs recurring skin issues after swim class their defensive response made it seem as though I was assigning blame. Additionally their lack of attentiveness and frequent distractions hindered effective communication. My intention was simply to seek advice on whether specific skin creams could prevent these post-swim lesson skin problems.

Raj
26 March 2024
yelp review

DACAs competitive program has provided my son a great summer training environment. Training load is moderately high but with some flexibility. Environment...

Stephen C.
19 July 2023
google review

My son is attending here for more than 5 years and the main issue is the trainers are school boys and girls and Every other week there is a new one for him and there is no consistency in their methods. I want to be objective here in my feedback but I wish there is a set method of training at his level orange. These practices would have a set back on kids progress and confidence and I informed the lady in-charge in a nice way and she was rude with me saying I can pull out if I want.and Im considering that

Ramkumar Narayanan
26 May 2022
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This swim school is one of the best swim schools Ive ever had the pleasure of attending. Great and helpful staff very accommodating. Awesome and friendly instructors that go out of their way to make all students feel welcome

Cassandra Scott
26 May 2018
google review

My kids both go here. My son graduated from the swim school and is now at the pre competitive level at De Anza college. My daughter is four and swims proficiently. Weve always had amazing instructors and great customer service. We feel very lucky to be a part of the DACA community.

Sara Grignon
26 May 2017
yelp review

While many folks think about DeAnza Cupertino Aquatics as a swim school you should know that they also run a competitive Water Polo club for boys and...

Stephen I.
05 September 2016
google review

My son 8 y.o. has been enrolled for a month now and I am very pleased with the staffs service. Every time I talk to any of the staff members my request is granted. Either by phone or in person I am very satisfied with the service. The facilities are very clean and the chlorine smell is much less then in other similar swim schools we have been before. I cannot say about my sons progress yet the time has been too short for that but he is enjoying the classes so far.

Olena Petrova
26 May 2014
yelp review

Please note that the pre-competitive and competitive swim programs from DACA are completely different programs than at the DACA Swim School. They are both...

Julian E.
23 June 2011

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