School Age Child Care
Adult Basic Education
Toddler: Ages 1 - 3
Preschool: Ages 3 - 5
Beginner 1: Ages 5 - 6.5
Have fun while helping your child adjust to the water. Toddlers must wear a swim diaper under a tight-legged swimsuit. Parents join their child(ren) in the pool.
Children begin working with an instructor, following safety rules, learning to float on front and back, bobbing while getting their head wet, basic flutter kick, and adjusting to the water through games that build confidence and skills. Parents join their child(ren) in the pool.
Supported floats, glides and beginning front and backstroke work are covered. Safety practices and becoming comfortable in the water are emphasized.
Beginner 2: Ages 6.5 - 8
Beginner 3: Ages 8 - 9
Intermediate: Ages 9 - 11
With staff approval, for children who can float on their front with their face in the water, float on their back with ears in the water, and swim very strong on front with breath control and back with forward motion.
With staff approval, children who can swim in deep water independently using the front crawl with their arms out of the water while using breath control, are able to float on their back for 15 seconds, and can swim on their back for 15 feet.
With staff approval, for children who can swim the front crawl 25 yards, back crawl 15 yards, sidestroke 15 yards; elementary backstroke 25 yards, and tread water for 1 minute.
Swimmer: Ages 11 - 14
For children who can swim front crawl and elementary backstroke 50 yards, breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl and side stroke for 25 yards, tread water for 5 minutes; perform front tuck and pike position surface dives and flip turns.
Private Lessons: Ages 3+
Sibling Lessons: Ages 3+
This individual time enables the instructor to work in a 1:1 ratio to enhance skills of your choosing.
This individual time enables the instructor to work in a 1:2 ratio, with a sibling of comparable swimming ability, to enhance skills of your choosing.