Germantown Academy clinics and clubs are open to the public and run by GA coaches. See below for current offerings and registration details.
These clinics are open to the public, so please tell a friend.
Athletes of all ages and skill levels are invited to the Germantown Academy Diving Clinic to learn and build upon their diving skills.
The clinic is run by GA coaches, and includes dryboard, trampoline, and water work.
- Sunday, June 24, 2018 | 8am – 12pm
- At the Germantown Academy Pool
- $50 per participant includes T-shirt
For questions about the Diving Clinic, contact Coach Tom Henninger.
PLEASE NOTE: Registration for the Diving Clinic takes place on the GA Aquatic Club website. All participants who are not students at Germantown Academy must register with the American Athletic Union (AAU) for insurance purposes. If you already are a member of GAAC, make sure to sign in before editing your commitment. For questions about registration, contact the Aquatic Office at 267-405-7226.
ABOUT COACH HENNINGER: Tom Henninger is the Head Diving Coach at his alma mater, Germantown Academy. After graduating in 2007, he competed for the University of California, Berkeley where he helped the Bears win the NCAA Division I Team Title in 2011. Tom's accomplishments include being a Junior Olympic and Senior National Qualifier, PAC 10 Finalist, GA Record Holder, NCAA Qualifier, Inter-Academic League Record Holder. Tom also has five years of Junior Olympic coaching experience (Centennial Diving) and spent two summers working with John Wingfield (2008 Olympic Head Diving Coach) along with various Olympic, collegiate, and international coaches at Ripfest Diving Camp in Indiana. Tom is fully certified and safety trained through USA Diving, USA Swimming, American Red Cross, and Amateur Athletic Union.
In addition to varsity and junior varsity sports, Germantown Academy also provides its student-athletes with a chance to participate in club sports.
- A Club Sport is an activity supported by Germantown Academy. A club may or may not have financial support from the activities budget of the Upper School. Clubs have no ties with the athletic department.
- A Trial Sport is a sport that is supported by the athletic department, but does not have varsity status.
- A Varsity Sport is a sport that is supported by the athletic department, including varsity letters and certificates.
- Squash Club
- Cheerleading Club
- Sailing Club
- Middle School Water Polo Club
- Middle School Ice Hockey Club
- Middle School Running Club
This club is an introduction to water polo as student-athletes practice three days a week and watching a varsity home game on the fourth. Equipment: Swimsuit, sneakers, workout clothes for dryland exercises. Water Polo Club Page »
The Germantown Academy Middle School Ice Hockey Club program which aims to prepare student athletes in grades 5–8 for varsity level hockey. As a coaching staff, we strive to instill confidence in our players, and inspire a shared vision where respect and love for the game of ice hockey is paramount. Ice Hockey Club Page »
The running club is not a competitive team, but offers the chance for middle schoolers who are not playing a winter sport to get in/stay in shape and learn about healthy training techniques. Running Club Page »
GA Athletic Clubs
Open to students from any school! Visit the club websites for more information and to register.
GAAC is a year-round swimming and diving program, with training and competitions offered 12 months a year. Training opportunities are available six days a week for swimming and five days a week for diving. Our more than 120 GAAC members range from beginners to Olympic hopefuls. There is a place for everyone, so long as they have a love for the water and a passion for the pursuit of excellence. Although attending competitions is not required of our members, it is strongly encouraged, because we know that student-athletes who don’t compete will eventually leave the sport. LEARN MORE»
The Maverick Wrestling Club provides student-athletes of every age opportunities to wrestle and learn more about the great sport of wrestling throughout the year. The doors are always open to anyone in the area who wants to learn and train. It is run out of the Germantown Academy wrestling room and has Germantown Academy alum, coaches and guest clinicians all making contributions to the success of the people who come to train. Maverick continues to be a place where excellence and unbridled passion for the sport of wrestling flourish. LEARN MORE»