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Ava Landi

Second Year Instructor

Hi! My name is Ava Grace Landi.


I am a senior in high school through an online program called Acellus, and I’m starting cosmetology and psychology classes at lanier tec this fall. My favorite subjects are reading, writing, and psychology. 

I have been a part of many swim teams from the time I was four years old. I enjoy running, babysitting, spending time with my friends and family, and playing basketball. I play for War Hill Christian Academy, on the varsity team. I also am a part of a swim team and cross country with At-promise Christian academy. I nanny for multiple families a week during the year, ranging from newborns to 11-year-olds. On my days off I work for my mom, who owns a cleaning company. We are a family full of small business owners! 

I have had the pleasure of aiding hundreds of swimmers, in concurring their fears of the water as young as six months old. In addition, I am certified in CPR/AED/First Aid in adult and pediatrics through the Red Cross.

Prior to teaching as a full time instructor I was a part of the junior instructing program for four years! Brooke is my oldest sister and watching her help so many kids learn to love the water has inspired me to do the same. I am one of eleven children, giving me a plethora of experience working with children of all ages, and abilities. We have three adopted kids in our house, all with special needs; this has helped me grow in my ability to teach swim. I am an official employee (Quality Control Supervisor), who will be taking videos and pictures of instructors' lessons to be reviewed by senior staff. 

I feel it is extremely important to instill a love of swim and knowledge of safety around the water at a young age. No matter how "rough" lessons start out for a swimmer {tears and fears}, I continuously see each student gain respect and love of the water in no time.

I am so excited to once again be a part of that process. Let's get started!

"My favorite swim memory is witnessing my adopted little sister begin to swim. At the time she was our foster sibling, and she had to overcome a past trauma that involved water. I watched as Brooke taught her through not only my baby sister's tears but her own as well. It was an incredible experience to watch the transformation; she now swims freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly! After this, I without a doubt trust this swim program."

- Ava Grace Landi



“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing” 


- George Bernard Slaw

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