Swim Lessons

Swim Lesson registration begins May 15, 2023 at 8:00 am

Swim Lesson Sessions: 2023

  • Session 1 – June 5-15; 9:00 am and 10:00 am
  • Session 2 – June 19-29; 9:00 am and 10:00 am
  • Session 3 – July 10-20; 9:00 am and 10:00 am  (6:00 pm Aqua Tot, Level 1, Level 2 and Parent-Tot)

Swim Lesson Levels Offered

  • Parent Tot: 
    • (4) 25-minute sessions for $30 
    • Session 3-July 10-13; 6pm 
  • Aqua Tot, Level I: 
    • (8) 25-minute sessions for $45
  • Level 2, Level 3, 4, 5/6:  
    • (8) 45-minute sessions for $55
  • Private Swim Lessons
    • (4) 30 minute sessions for $80
    • Instructor will call and schedule classes

The Learn-to-Swim focuses on building skills one step at a time. By giving them the opportunity to master one element before moving on to the next, our kids' swim classes make it easy to build confidence in the water.

During their swim lesson, the Water Safety Instructor will spend time with the children on the following six levels:

  1. Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills: Students will learn how to feel comfortable in the water and safely enjoy it. 
  2. Level 2: Fundamentals of Aquatic Skills: Children will learn basic swimming skills.
  3. Level 3: Stroke Development: Additional guided practice will help students improve their skills. 
  4. Level 4: Stroke Improvement: Kids will gain confidence during swim lessons, improve their stroke and gain additional aquatic skills.
  5. Level 5: Stroke Refinement: Guidance allows kids to refine their strokes and become more efficient swimmers.
  6. Level 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency: Students will learn to swim with ease and efficiency and gain the ability to swim smoothly over greater distances. Swimmers will also have the option to participate in more advanced courses.  

We reserve the right to cancel or combine any class due to number of participants.

  • Familiarize children between the ages of 6 months and approximately 3 years with the water and teach swimming readiness skills.
  •  Blowing bubbles, putting eyes, nose and face in water.
  • Parent must accompany their child in the water.