Swim Lessons

We offer a variety of swim lesson for all age groups, we have our regular Swim Lessons,  Springboard Diving, Summer Swim League, Blue Makos, Jr. Lifeguard & Jr. Swim Instructor Program.  During the summer our swim lessons run every two weeks. During the Fall, Winter, Spring our swim lessons run Mondays & Wednesdays, Tuesdays & Thursdays, for 5 weeks twice a week or Saturdays for 10 weeks.  For more information on days, times and fees, please check out the specific pool you would like.

Listed below are some swim lesson tips and information:

Group Swim Lessons
Swim lessons for all ages and skill levels are available for preschoolers (age 3-5), youth (age 6 & up), and adults.  Children under the age of three can take lessons with their parents or guardian in our parent/child classes. Everyone should learn to swim to become water smart.  Swimming is a skill that lasts a lifetime. Click here for our Swim Lesson Levels

Prerequisites for lessons
When should children repeat a class?  Children with more than a 3-month break from swimming lessons should repeat the previous level as a refresher course.  This pertains to class levels Goldfish through Seal.

Preschool vs. Youth Lessons
The preschool lessons (ages 3 to 5) include the same skills taught in the youth lessons (age 6 and older). The preschool students will, however, be swimming shorter distances and performing some skills for a shorter amount of time than the older children in the youth lessons.

Semi-Private & Private Swim Lessons
In addition to our regular group lessons, we offer semi-private (one instructor per three students) and private (one instructor to one student) swim lessons.  This is a great option for students that need a smaller instructor/student ratio.


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