WPIAL Swimming Championships, 2020, results

According to the 2017-18 NFHS High School Athletic Participation Survey, swimming and diving is the 10th-most popular sport for boys with 138,935 participants in 7,595 schools, and the eighth-most popular sport for girls with 175,594 participants in 7,961 schools.

Interscholastic athletics remain the best "deal," educationally and financially in America today. All administrators, teachers, coaches, and parents should know, understand and sell, at every conceivable opportunity, the values of competition/participation and performance, as those values are the same for students in grades 7 through 12, whether they finish 1st or 101st.
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High School Swimmers should sign up to the College Swimming recruiting portal

No great need to pay the one time fee, as there is a free version. but it isn't much money and it is nice. But, the real need to to log on and keep your profile up to date. Even if you might not swim in college, but there is a chance that you may, sign up.

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