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Mollie Jones


Hi! My name is Mollie Jones (Miss Mollie to my swim kids).


I am 24 years old (25 in June).  I currently nanny for multiple families, coach a middle school swim team (Otwell Middle School), and am the assistant regional coordinator for the Georgia High School Mock Trial program. I recently got married to the love of my life. (Peep the name change!)


I have 12 competitive swimming years under my belt. I was a part of the varsity swim team at Forsyth Central High School for all four years. In addition to that, I swam for Cornerstone School’s team and was a year-round swimmer for the Cumming Waves. 

In my free time, I love to be with my friends, family, and husband. I met Brooke in 2010 and I had the pleasure of swimming with her in high school. Brooke is one of my best friends, I was in her wedding and she was my Maid of Honor. 


I also had the privilege of coaching, lifeguarding, and teaching swim lessons for Cornerstone for two summers prior to being with Swim Warriors. In addition, I am certified in CPR/AED/First Aid in adult and pediatrics through the Red Cross. 


I am thankful for the opportunities swimming has provided me in my life such as being able to swim with Paralympian gold medalist and record holder McKenzie Coan. Seeing her perseverance shaped me into who I am today.

This is my fifth season with Swim Warriors and I am proud of every family I have had the pleasure of working with. I have taught over 500 Swimmers from six months up to an adult. I specialize in survival swimming, refined stroke technique, adult swim lessons, and working with swimmers of all abilities. Teaching others how to swim makes me look forward to summer all year long!


Swimming has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and I can't wait to share my love of the water with your swimmers. Let's get this season started!


"My best advice for our swim parents is to trust your instructor and practice and encourage your little swimmer. We work hard to teach your child survival skills and how to be a strong swimmer in the short amount of time we see them. Your job is to make it an everyday part of life! Remember to ask your instructor for individualized and unique ways to practice in between lessons. "

-Mollie Jones

Camy S.

"This was our second summer with Ms. Mollie and I can not say thank you enough to Swim Warriors. My daughter loves the water and looks forward to swim lessons every time. She is almost three, swimming and I have no worries around the pool. Thank you Ms. Mollie and we can’t wait until next summer!"


“Just keep swimming”- Dory
Dory said it best--when life gets you down, you just have to "keep swimming". The same applies in swim lessons. It may be hard at first, but the more we swim the easier it will be! You will be amazed at what the power of swimming independently can do for your child's overall confidence.

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