Youth Swim Lessons
PARENT AND CHILDAges 6-36 months
Designed to help children become comfortable in the aquatic environment. Parents will be introduced to basic skills such as entering/exiting pool safely, kicking and blowing bubbles. Skills will be taught to the parent who will work with the child at their own pace. Toys and songs will be incorporated into the learning process. Adult must participate in the water with child.
PRESCHOOL 1Ages 3-5 years old
Participants work towards basic skills including body positions, blowing bubbles, submerging, floating, kicking and arm action and jumping all done with support.
Ages 3-5 years old
Must have successfully passed Preschool 1. Child must be able to perform 5 rhythmic bobs and comfortable with submerging. Continues to reinforce basic skills but with little or no assistance. Emphasis is placed on floating, arm and leg action and an introduction to rhythmic breathing.
Instruction to Water Skills: Students will learn how to feel comfortable in the water and safely enjoy it.
Fundamentals of Aquatic Skills: Children will earn basic swimming skills. Students must complete Level 1 to enter level 2.
Stroke Development: Additional guided practice will help students improve their skills. Students must complete Level 2 to enter Level 3.
Stroke Improvement: Students will gain confidence during swim lesson, improve their stroke and gain additional aquatic skills. Students must complete Level 3 to enter Level 4.
Stroke Refinement: Guidance allows children to refine their strokes and become more efficient swimmers. Students must complete Level 4 to enter Level 5
Swimming and Skill Proficiency: Student will learn to swim with ease and efficiency and gain the ability to swim smoothly over greater distances. Students must complete Level 5 to enter Level 6.
PRIVATE SWIM LESSONSGrade K+
Private lessons are 1 instructor per 1 participant and are perfect for helping stay focused, conquering tough skills, and getting over fears. Or try a Buddy Lesson (2 participants of similar skill levels with 1 instructor) for the cost of an additional private lesson. To register for a buddy lesson, one participant must be enrolled and then contact the Front Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org to add the "buddy" to the class.