Class Description/Skill Level
||Designed for children who will not put their heads under water when asked.
||Designed for children who are willing to get into the water and will put their heads under water when asked.
|Advanced Beginners I:
||Designed for children who are able to swim to the teacher about five feet away without surfacing for air.
|Advanced Beginners I 1/2:
||Designed for children who are able to swim 15 feet and are just beginning to come up for air.
|Advanced Beginners II:
||Designed for children who are able to swim 25 feet while breathing and can also swim on their backs.
||Designed for children who can swim, do the crawl, and are in the process of learning the back stroke.
||Designed for children who can do the freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and further perfect their technique as well as learning racing starts and the butterfly.
|Teen & Adult:
||Any age and skill in the levels stated above.
||Designed for infants and toddlers, 6 months - 3 years, accompanied by a parent. Parents are taught how to build their children's confidence and skill level in the water.
Each class runs for 25 minutes. All levels have no more than five students per class (except Parent Aid, which has a maximum of six students per class). There are typically two teachers per class for our Beginner I, Beginner II, and Advanced Beginner I levels. Our Advanced Beginner I.5, Advanced Beginner II, Intermediate and Parent Aid levels usually have one teacher.
We do offer classes through selected pre-schools. If your child is attending these schools, registration will be through their offices. Look for the posters and flyers in child's cubby by May.