Overview

The swim team / camp / clinics at Clinton Hills is a great way for kids to be active, develop skills, and make friends. All club members, ages 6 to 18 are eligible to participate. The fun of summer club swimming can lead to year-round involvement in the sport, but for most, it’s just a positive, healthy way to spend the summer.

2020 Update

Changes for the 2021 Summer

Southern Ohio Swim League (SOSL) is meeting on April 21st, 2021 to determine next steps for the league. Update coming soon!

Sign up Process & Fees

Team sign up coming soon…

Parental Responsibility & Volunteer Information

Interested in becoming a swim team apprentice? SIGN UP

Team parents fill many important jobs that make the Dolphins swim team happen (for more details about meet volunteer jobs, see the link to the swim team handbook under Information and Forms).

Head Coach

Scott Fortier

Scott Fortier will be starting his first season as the Head Coach at Clinton Hills. A native of Tallahassee, Florida, Scott swam in college at the University of Alabama before spending two years at Louisiana State University as a Volunteer Assistant and running the High School development group for Tiger Aquatics. Scott moved to Cincinnati in July 2019 and is a current Assistant Coach for the University of Cincinnati. Scott loves swimming and having fun while doing it! He hopes to bring his positive energy to the swimmers!

Assistant Swim Coach

Grace Sublett

Grace Sublett will continue at Clinton Hills this year as an assistant swim team coach.  Grace has been competitively swimming for eleven years and is currently finishing her sixth and final season with the Mercy Healthplex Sea Wolves.  She has been part of the SOSL program for twelve years, she swam for the Coney Island Aquanauts for ten years before switching to Clinton Hills last summer.  Grace is very excited to be able to join the CHSC coaching staff and can’t wait to see what this summer brings.

Assistant Swim Coach

Esme Wright

Esme is starting her second season coaching for the dolphins. She has also been a member of the team since she was 6. Esme is currently swims club for the Mercy Healthplex Seawolves. She is a recent graduate of Walnut Hills High School and will be attending and swimming for Denison University this fall.