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Swim Lessons

Registration for Private & Semi-Private lessons for sessions 1 & 2 will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2020 from 8-10am in the Community Center office. No group lesson registrations will occur on that day.

On Monday, May 18, 2020, at 8am, we will begin accepting registrations for private, semi-private and group lessons for sessions 1 & 2. You may register in person at the Community Center office or you can register for group lessons only online by going to and clicking on the Register Online button in the top right corner of the page.

Registration for Session 3 and 4 will begin on June 25, 2020.

Class Definition

Infants and toddlers between the ages of six months and three years who would not swim with an instructor without a parent in the water belong in Parent and Tot.  Instruction focuses on familiarizing the children with water and includes a number of fun and easy games.

Water Exploration is designed for toddlers between three and five years old who still have some doubts about the water.  Generally, Water Exploration students won’t put their face or head under water and won’t venture far from the side of the pool unassisted.  The Water Exploration curriculum aims to allay children’s fears of water and to teach them the most basic motions of swimming (kicking and pulling).

A child entering Primary Skills has little of no fear of water, would submerge his/her head completely, and would walk away from the side of the pool in areas in which he/she could stand.  However, Primary Skills students can’t swim by themselves.  Primary Skills teaches floating, gliding, and movement skills with the goal of swimming six to eight feet independently.

A child, who can swim two to three yards by themselves, on either their stomach or back, should enroll in Stroke Readiness.  Stroke Readiness students learn the rudiments of competitive front crawl (freestyle) and backstroke, including rotary breathing.  At the completion of Stroke readiness, students should be able to swim half the length of a short course (twenty-five yard) swimming pool without help.

Stroke Development is intended for children who can swim front crawl (freestyle) and backstroke for twelve yards or more on their own.  Stroke Development seeks to increase the sleekness and efficiency of a student’s swimming by correcting mistakes in fundamental stroke mechanics.  In addition, students will be introduced to competitive breaststroke.

Lesson Fees: Group $55 resident/$65 non-resident
Semi-Private $90 resident/ $95 non-resident
Private $145 resident/ $155 non-resident

A class may be canceled if a class minimum is not met.  There are no refunds unless the district cancels the class.

Swim Lesson Session Dates 2020
Class lessons are 25 minutes.

Session 1
June 15-18
June 22-25

Session 2
June 29-July 2
July 6-9

Session 3
July 13-16
July 20-23

Session 4
July 27-30
August 3-6


Lesson Times:
Morning Session
9:00 am           P/SP, P/SP, P/SP
9:30 am           P/SP, P/SP, P/SP
10:00 am         P/SP,  PS, SR
10:30 am         P/SP, P/SP, WE
11:00 am         P/SP, PT, PS
11:30 am         P/SP, SR, SD
12:00 pm        PT, WE, PS
4:30 pm           P/SP, P/SP, P/SP
5:00 pm           P/SP, WE, SR
5:30 pm           P/SP, WE, PS
6:00 pm           PT, WE, SR
6:30 pm           P/SP, PT, PS
7:00 pm           P/SP, P/SP, SD

P/SP = Private/Semi Private
PT =   Parent & Tot
WE =   Water Exploration
PS =   Primary Skills
SR =   Stroke Readiness
SD =   Stroke Development

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