All-Star has been teaching children since 1998 to be swim safe, learn the core basics of swimming, and perfect stroke technique. All-Star was founded by Brian Oas, a previous competitive swimmer and long-time swim instructor. He created a non-intimidating swim program focusing on children being swim safe and having fun in the water. All-Star is now owned and operated by Brian and his wife Jennifer, bringing a unique background both in competitive swimming, childhood education, and working with special needs children.
About Brian Oas, Founder and Program Director
Brian was born a fish! His spent his childhood in the pool and swam competitively throughout his teenage years. Brian realized his love for working with children when he began teaching swim lessons to neighborhood kids. Brian recognized there were several different approaches to teaching children to swim and refine their stroke technique. In 1998, Brian opened his first swim school where he began to develop his own approach to swim instruction, teaching children not only how to swim, but to love to swim. Then in 2006 Brian and his wife Jennifer opened the doors of All-Star where they designed their own swim facility and comprehensive swim program to meet the growing needs of parents and their children to ensure they have a positive swim experience.
About Jennifer Oas, Co-Founder and Swim Instructor
Early on Jennifer had the makings of a natural teacher. Her love of kids and teaching began at an early age. While in college Jenny worked as a nanny. Upon earning her degree in Elementary Education from the Montana State University, Jennifer moved to Danville to begin her career. She began working at The Growing Room at Neil Armstrong Elementary and continued there until she was hired by the San Ramon Valley School District at Golden View Elementary. Throughout this time, Jennifer worked with Brian to gain the necessary training and skills needed to teach swimming. Her love of teaching and working with children has been integral in helping children learn how to have a positive swim experience.