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Swim
Lessons

Swim lessons are offered in two-week sessions. Lessons are either four mornings a week or two evenings a week. The morning classes will be held Monday through Thursday. Evening classes will be held on Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday. Fridays will be used as a make-up for inclement weather.

Sign Up For Swim Lessons

Sign up for swim lessons (after the pool clean-up) on May 4th starting at 12 pm. If you miss the swim lesson sign-up, you can sign up at the pool after it opens. Swim lessons are first come-first served.

Pricing: Lessons are $40/session for members and $80/session for non-members.

Swim Lesson Sessions

Session    Level    Dates                     Time

    A             I-V       June 3-June 13      9:00-9:45a

    B             I-V       June 3-June 13      10:00-10:45a

    C             I-V       June 17-June 27    9:00-9:45a

    D             I-V       June 17-June 27    10:00-10:45a

    E              I-V      July 8-July 18          9:00-9:45a

    F              I-V      July 8-July 18          10:00-10:45a

    G             I-V      July 24-Aug 3          9:00-9:45a

    H             I-V      July 24-Aug 3          10:00-10:45a

 

     I              I-II      Jun 17-June 27        5:30-6:15p

     J              I-II      Jun 17-June 27        6:15-7:00p

    K             I-II       Jul 15-July 25           5:30-6:15p

    L             I-II       Jul 15-July 25           6:15-7:00p

The morning classes will be held Monday through Thursday.  Evening classes will be held on Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.  Fridays will be used as a make-up for inclement weather.

We offer lessons for five different ability levels.

Level I – Beginning Level
Does not require previous water experience. Includes water orientation, introduction to front and back float, and basic freestyle and backstroke skills.

Level II – Advanced Beginning Level
Swimmer should be comfortable in the water, ready for strokes, and have basic skills for freestyle, backstroke, and underwater swimming.

Level III – Intermediate Level
Swimmer must have passed skills in Level II. Introduction to breaststroke, dolphin kick, and survival skills.

Level IV – Advanced Level I
Swimmer must be able to swim two lengths of freestyle with rotary breathing, two lengths of backstroke and elementary backstroke and 15 yards of breaststroke, as well as do a standing dive and tread water. Introduction to butterfly, diving from the board, and skill refinement are taught at this level.

Level V – Pre-Swim Team
You must know all 4 strokes and be able to swim laps. You will do swim team-like workouts and have a mock meet at the end of the session. Attendance in this class does not guarantee you a spot on the swim team, but will better prepare you for the swim team.

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