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About Clint Carroll Surf School

Clint Wetsuit PortraitClint Corky Carroll was born in San Clemente and grew up in the legendary Surf Family of Corky Carroll. Clint started surfing at age two and his first surfboard, shaped by his dad, is now in the International Surf Museum in Huntington Beach. He has always been passionate about the surfing lifestyle and it’s connection to a spiritual and physical healing that the sport offers. Clint has committed his life to teaching the skills his dad passed on to him to novice and start up surfers.

Clint started teaching surfing at age 13 for the Paskowitz Surf Camp, established in 1972 at San Onofre Surf Beach. Then years later he moved to Newport Beach and started Clint Carroll’s Endless Barrels Surf School which was in business for 10 years licensed in the city of Newport Beach. In January 2010, he changed the name to Clint Carroll Surf School.  Clint currently provides lessons at his school located at 22017 Bushard St.  Huntington Beach, CA 92646.  Clint Carroll Surf School offers private one-on-one lessons, clinics and group lessons for all ages and levels of surfers including beginners, intermediate and professional surfers.  Surfboards, wetsuits, leashes and included for all lessons.

In August of 2010, Clint started a 501(c)3 charity called SurfDreams so he can give back to the underprivileged, special needs, and disabled communities. SurfDreams is also reaching out to our veterans and their families. Clint also donates his time to our local non-profit radio station, KOCI 101.5 FM in Newport Mesa with the surf report.

Custom order surfboards are available as well as all kinds of cool products available at the shop from top companies and legendary surfers and if we don’t have it we can most likely get it!

Clint is well connected with the community and our local businesses in Huntington Beach and his current sponsors are Hurley, RipCurl, Subway, Vestal, Black Flys, Water Brewery, Hilliard Auto Insurance, KOCI Radio, GetMyBusinessCards.com &  snapFIRE Marketing.