Group Swim Lessons

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The following course descriptions cover ALL swim lessons offered. Please note that as the levels progress, it is not unusual for a child to repeat a level several times. Remember that each child is unique and is evaluated on their swimming ability, not age. If you are not sure about what level to place your child into, please feel free to ask the Aquatics Manager and staff. Please observe all swimming lessons from the pool balcony. There will be no refunds or make-ups for missed classes. Non-residents may register 2 weeks prior to the start of the session. Online registration is now available. 

Winter Break Lessons

Online Registration

Preschool Classes

Class Description
Parent and Child: This program helps children between 6 months and 3 years of age become comfortable in and around the water. In this program, parents will learn different support and holding techniques, as well as how to help children learn and practice skills appropriate for their age. Min:3/Max:10
Preschool Beginner: I cannot put my face in the water, need support to float, and want to become more comfortable in the water. 
Preschool Advanced I can put my face in the water with ease, can doggie paddle, and am ready to learn front and back crawl. 
Preschool Super Kids: I passed preschool advanced, can swim front and back crawls 5 yards, and want to learn more strokes. Additionally, I am not afraid of the deep water. 

School Age Classes

Class Description
Level 1: Intro to Water Skills Children are introduced to submerging mouth, nose, and eyes, as well as opening eyes and exhaling underwater. Water entry and exit. Front and back floats and glides (with support), use of arm and leg action, pick up submerged object. Treading will be introduced. 
Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills Submerging entire head, bobs. Roll over from front to back and vice-versa. Advance from floating to front and back glides. Swim on front and back using combined strokes. Step entry, tread water using arm and leg motion. Move in water with life jacket. 
Level 3: Stroke Development Jump into deep water, survival float, rotary breathing, change from horizontal to vertical position on front and back, kneeling dive from pool deck. Demonstrate front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and scissor kick. 
Level 4: Stroke Improvement Develop confidence in the following strokes, front and back crawl, breast stroke, butterfly, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke. Treading water, open turns, compact dive from pool deck, survival swimming.