Aquatics

Swim Lessons

Splashers (P/C 1)

Splashers (P/C 1)

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We want swim lessons to be a FUN learning experience for both the swimmer and the parents!  We love our cheering section of Parents and Grandparents!

Splashers (P/C 1)

Splashers (P/C 1)

Splashers (P/C 1)

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Introduction to water activities for both child and parents

Bubbles (P/C 2)

Splashers (P/C 1)

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

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Emphasis on blowing bubbles, back floats, rolling from stomach to back, scoop arms and kicking

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

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Transition from P/C to Pre-K 2, Emphasis on blowing/breathing, floating - stomach and back, scoop arms and kicking.

Paddlers (Pre-K 2)

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

Paddlers (Pre-K 2)

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Emphasis on going under water, bobbing, blowing and breathing, front and back floats for 5 seconds.

Guppies (Level 1)

Li'l Paddlers (Pre-K 1

Paddlers (Pre-K 2)

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Introduction to water skills for swimmers new to swim lessons.

Goldfish (Level 2)

Seahorses (6 and older)

Goldfish (Level 2)

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Fundamental Aquatics skills, enter and exit the water alone, go under, front and back glide.

Dolphins (Level 3)

Seahorses (6 and older)

Goldfish (Level 2)

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Stroke Development - jumping in deep water, recover and get to the side, streamlined flutter and dolphin kick, introduction to diving.

Seahorses (6 and older)

Seahorses (6 and older)

Seahorses (6 and older)

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Lifetime swimming skills, diving & turns, treading water, surface dives, conditioning and endurance, safety skills

Floaters and Sinkers

Floaters and Sinkers

Seahorses (6 and older)

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Learn to swim in a way that is best for you by developing stroke mechanics and endurance.