The Pirouettes of Texas

A nonprofit organization

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$12,000 Goal

Founded in 1985, PTX stands as the pioneering and most illustrious synchronized (artistic) swimming club in North Texas. Our enduring legacy includes numerous accolades at the US Nationals and Junior Olympics.

We are kindly requesting your support to continue our 37-year tradition of nurturing both athletes and future leaders. Your generous contributions will be crucial in funding audio equipment and cutting-edge electronics, which will enable our coaches to provide instantaneous feedback to our dedicated athletes. Thank you for your consideration.


At Pirouettes of Texas (PTX), we offer an inclusive platform for individuals to embark on a journey of learning, personal growth, and competitive engagement in the captivating realm of artistic (synchronized) swimming. Our dedicated coaching team caters to participants of all skill levels, nurturing beginners and refining the talents of national champions alike.

PTX is committed to advancing the art of synchronized swimming, scouting and fostering the emerging stars of the sport, and imparting our members with the invaluable attributes of confidence, discipline, sportsmanship, and grace, which serve as unwavering assets in overcoming life's myriad challenges.


Underwater audio equipment and iPads are used for coaching feedback.

Equity Statement

At PTX (Pirouettes of Texas), we are committed to creating an atmosphere of fairness, diversity, and inclusivity in our synchronized swimming community. We firmly believe that everyone should have an equal chance to prosper and flourish regardless of their background, identity, or abilities.

At our core, we believe that diversity is what makes us strong, and we are dedicated to promoting equity in all areas. We strive to cultivate a culture that recognizes and celebrates the unique perspectives, experiences, and talents of every member. Our ultimate goal is to provide a safe, welcoming environment where everyone can learn, grow, and contribute without fear of discrimination or bias.

Organization Data


Organization name

The Pirouettes of Texas

Tax id (EIN)




Employment & Workforce Development, Youth & Children, Education - Career Prep

Operating Budget

$100,000 - $249,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American

BIPOC Leadership

Board Chair


200 Covington Dr.
Wylie, TX 75098



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