Swim Lessons

Let our seasoned instructors transform your kids into stronger, more confident swimmers.

Upcoming Group Swim Lesson Sessions*

* Some location's session dates may vary.

Lesson Details

  • Group Lessons  
    • Fundamentals  
      • Water Babies (ages 6-12 months)  
        • Guardian required • 30 minutes • 8:1 ratio

          Join your baby in the pool in this fun and safe introduction to the water. The focus is on getting your child comfortable in the water as well as learning water safety, water play and developing primary swim skills.

      • Water Tots (ages 12-36 months)  
        • Guardian required • 30 minutes • 8:1 ratio

          Tots learn swim skills in the safe and secure arms of the parent. Circle time activities and songs make it fun as tots blow bubbles, kick and float. Confidence improves with the ability to separate from parent.

      • Tadpole (ages 2-4 years)  
        • Guardian required • 30 minutes • 6:1 ratio

          Children transition away from the parent and become comfortable with the instructor through play. Through group activities and games, blowing bubbles, kicking and floating on both their fronts and backs is reinforced. Buoyancy and maneuverability are developed.

      • Preschool (ages 3-4 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 3:1 ratio

          This class is ideal for first-timers or children who are timid around water. By learning basic kicking, arm strokes, and submerging their faces, students feel more safe and comfortable in the water. Children learn safety rules, glides, freestyle arm strokes, backstrokes and floating while supported by the instructor.

    • Core  
      • Beginner - Bronze (ages 4-6 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 3:1 ratio (assessment required)

          Ideal for children who have some experience in the water but cannot swim and could benefit from learning basic swim techniques. Students who can submerge their faces may take this class. Topics covered include safety rules, supported glides/floating, retrieving toys, 5-yard freestyle with and without their face in the water, 5-yard underwater swim, introduction to elementary backstroke and breaststroke.

      • Beginner - Silver (ages 5-7 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 4:1 ratio (assessment required)

          This class is for swimmers able to swim on their own but need to work on their movement and endurance. Students practice swimming with their face in the water and learn how to use their buoyancy to sink vertically and resurface. Topics covered include safety rules, unsupported glides/floating, rhythmic breathing, retrieving toys, 10-yard freestyle with and without their face in the water, 10-yard underwater swim, 10-yard backstroke, elementary backstroke and breaststroke arms.

      • Beginner - Gold (ages 5-8 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 4:1 ratio (assessment required)

          This class is great for kids new to swimming on their own. Students become comfortable swimming freestyle 5–10 yards and learn how to coordinate stroke, kick and breathing techniques. The topics covered include safety rules, treading water for 30 seconds, breaststroke and basic whip kick. Students increase their endurance to swim 10 yards of freestyle and backstroke using proper form.

      • Elemental Swim (ages 6-10 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 4:1 ratio

          Same as the Beginner series but designed for older children who need to practice the basics.

      • Advanced Beginner - Bronze (ages 6-8 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 4:1 ratio (assessment required)

          Kids comfortable swimming 5–10 yards will learn to coordinate stroke, kick and breathing techniques. Topics covered include safety rules, rotary breathing, treading water for 60 seconds, introduction to breaststroke and dolphin kick, elementary backstroke with inverted whip kick, and building the endurance to swim 20 yards of freestyle and backstroke with proper form.

      • Advanced Beginner - Silver (ages 6-9 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 5:1 ratio (assessment required)

          This class builds on the skills learned in Advanced Beginner – Bronze by refining the strokes learned and swimming longer distances. Objective is to be able to swim half of the length of the pool.

      • Advanced Beginner - Gold (ages 7-10 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 5:1 ratio (assessment required)

          This class builds on the skills learned in Advanced Beginner – Bronze by refining the strokes learned and swimming longer distances. Objective is to be able to swim the entire length of the pool.

    • Skill and Stroke Development  
      • Intermediate (ages 7-10 years)  
        • 30 minutes • 5:1 ratio

          Kids able to swim half-lengths of the pool with good technique will learn advanced skills such as bilateral breathing and the scissor kick. Topics covered include safety skills and developing a breaststroke. Further development includes freestyle, backstroke, dolphin kick and stroke coordination. 25-yard endurance training using freestyle and backstroke in addition to completing four continuous and correct cycles of the breaststroke are covered.

      • Swim Team Prep - Bronze (ages 8+ years)  
        • 45 minutes • 5:1 ratio

          In order to take this class students must be able to do a breaststroke and be able to swim full lengths of the pool using proper freestyle and backstroke techniques. Students focus on advanced freestyle, back, breast, butterfly and side strokes. Swimmers build the endurance to swim laps for most of a 45-minute class while developing their stroke coordination during swims of 25 yards using each stroke. Students will also be introduced into open turns and individual medleys.

      • Swim Team Prep - Silver (ages 8+ years)  
        • 45 minutes • 6:1 ratio

          Students learn advanced techniques and build endurance for swim competition. Increased endurance, flip turns, backstroke count, 50-yard butterfly, 100-yard individual medley (freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke), stroke efficiency, increased speed, and ability to work off of a pace clock are covered. Students will swim continuously for 20 minutes during a couple of segments.

      • Swim Team Prep - Gold (ages 8+ years)  
        • 45 minutes • 8:1 ratio

          Students learn advanced techniques and build endurance for swim competition. Increased endurance, flip turns, backstroke count, 75-yard butterfly, 200-yard individual medley (freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke), stroke efficiency, increased speed, 500 freestyle and ability to work off of a pace clock are covered.

      • Swim Conditioning (ages 9+ years)  
        • 60 minutes • 10:1 ratio

          Structured like a swim team practice, this class strengthens advanced techniques and builds endurance for competition. Competitive skills, development of stroke efficiency, speed and strength are the goals. Swimmers build their endurance so they can swim 30 continuous minutes.

    • Specialty  
      • Adult Novice (ages 18+)  
        • 45 minutes • 4:1 ratio

          This class is designed for adults who are new to swimming or cannot swim. You will learn the basics for freestyle and backstroke and work on recreation strokes such as breaststroke, elementary backstroke and floating on your back. Students who can submerge under the water without hesitation may take this class.

      • Adult Novice Plus  
        • 45 minutes • 5:1 ratio

          Ideal for adults who can swim freestyle and backstroke but need to work on stroke refinement. This class will focus on building endurance, an introduction to breaststroke and its mechanics. Students must be able to swim 25 yards of freestyle and backstroke and be comfortable on their backs.

      • Adult Intermediate  
        • 45 minutes • 5:1 ratio

          This class is great for adults who can swim freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke comfortably for 75 yards each. Students will continue to work on endurance of each stroke to build to 150+ yards. Students will also be introduced to butterfly and individual medleys.

      • Competitive Training  
        • 60 minutes • 12:1 ratio

          This class is great for students who are training for a tri-athlon or looking for a competitive swim workout. The 60-minute workout will include tips and tricks provided by a Swim Academy instructor.

      • Diving Classes  
        • 60 minutes • 6:1 ratio

          Students will learn beginner diving techniques from an experienced diving coach.  The class will focus on the main components of approach, take-off, flight and entry. Students will also be introduced to forward and back dives.

      • Special Needs Swim  
        • 30-45 minutes • 5:1-3:1 ratio

          This group swim class is tailored to students with special accommodations.

      • Swim Team Conditioning - Level 1 (ages 8 years and under)  
        • 45 minutes • 15:2 ratio

          Swim team conditioning program for ages 8 and under.

      • Swim Team Conditioning - Level 2 (ages 8-12 years)  
        • 45 minutes • 15:2 ratio

          Swim team conditioning program for ages 8 – 12.

      • Swim Team Conditioning - Level 3 (ages 11-14 years)  
        • 60 minutes • 20:2 ratio

          Swim team conditioning program for ages 11 – 14.

      • Swim Team Conditioning - Level 4 (ages 14-17 years)  
        • 75 minutes • 25:2 ratio

          Swim team conditioning program for ages 14 – 17.

  • Private Lessons  
    • Private  
      • Private lessons provide individualized attention allowing students to learn at their own pace. These 30-minute lessons are available for children and adults. Private lessons are not sold online and must be purchased at the club.

    • Semi-private  
      • Two or three students of similar skill levels learn and progress at their own pace under the guidance of one instructor. These 30-minute lessons are available for children and adults. Semi-private lessons are not sold online and must be purchased at the club.

  • Swim Schedules