This program is designed to familiarize children between the ages of 6 months and approximately 3 years with the water and to teach swimming readiness skills. We provide safety information for parents and teach techniques parents can use to orient their children to the water.
PC2 is designed to improve skills learned in Parent Child Aquatics Level 1 and teach more advanced skills, while continuing to build on parents’ water safety knowledge.
This class familiarizes children to the aquatic environment and teaches them rudimentary aquatic skills The class encourages participants to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water.
To progress to Advanced Beginner, swimmers must be comfortable in the water and demonstrate that they can swim on their own while using or wearing a flotation device.
This level builds on and improves skills learned in Preschool Aquatics Level 1. Water safety topics introduced in Level 1 are expanded.
To progress to Intermediate, swimmers must show they can swim on their backs and on their fronts for about 5 yards without a flotation device.
Preschool Aquatics Level 3 focuses on increasing swimming proficiency by building on the basic aquatic skills learned in Levels 1 and 2. Water safety concepts are reinforced and additional water safety topics are introduced.
This class orients children to the aquatic environment and teaches them basic aquatic skills. Participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices around water.
To progress to Level 2, swimmers must show they can swim on their own using or wearing a flotation device.
Level 2 builds on the basic aquatic skills and water safety skills and concepts learned in Level 1.
To progress to Level 3, swimmers must be able to swim on their fronts and backs about ½ the length of the pool.
This class builds on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 and helps children achieve basic water competency in a pool environment.
To progress to Level 4, swimmers must be able to swim at least a length of the pool on their front and back and have a basic understanding of how to swim Freestyle, Elementary Backstroke and know how to perform a Butterfly, Breaststroke and Scissors kick.
Level 4 improves children’s proficiency in performing the swimming strokes introduced in Level 3.
To progress to Level 5, swimmers must be able to swim at least the length of the pool in Front Crawl, Elementary Backstroke, Back Crawl, Breaststroke, Sidestroke and Butterfly.
This class teaches swimmers to refine their performance of all six swimming strokes.
To progress to Level 6, swimmers must be able to swim multiple lengths of the pool, performing each of the strokes taught.
This session refines the swimming strokes so children can swim them with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Some classes will focus on aquatic emergencies, water fitness or fundamentals of spring board diving.
This group is for our youngest and newest swimmers ages 4-10. To participate in this group, swimmers must be able to swim more than one length of our pool and be able to float on their backs. All swimmers in this group may start the season wearing a back float for part or all of practice but as the season progresses, these swimmers will swim with less and less flotation.
Goals for the Bubble Group:
This group is for swimmers ages 10 and under who are able to swim one or more lengths of the pool. We will work on all 4 competitive strokes, diving, relays and work on building endurance.
This group is for swimmers ages 11 and up (plus any 9-10 year olds who are ready for this work group). Swimmers in this group must be able to swim at least two lengths of the pool without stopping. We will work on all four competitive strokes as well as starts, turns, finishes and relays as well as increasing their endurance through higher workloads. This practice group will have the largest range of abilities; some will mainly focus on their strokes and others will focus on increasing endurance, perfecting their swimming skills and increasing their speeds.
This group is for our High School swimmers (plus any middle school swimmers who are able to practice at a higher level). We will work on all four competitive strokes as well as starts, turns, finishes and relays as well as increasing their endurance through higher workloads. We will also prepare swimmers for their winter high school swim team!
“It’s fun here. The pool is deep and there is a diving board. Other pools I go to don’t have a diving board.”
“There is an indoor and outdoor pool! When my brothers are in swim lessons, we hang out and go on the slide and diving board.”
“I love going in all the pools. There are great opportunities to learn how to swim. I love the diving board and slide!”
“I like the slide and the indoor and outdoor pools!”
“I have a lot of fun at the pool, on the slide. I love playing in the water!”
“There are different activities — the swim test to keep people safe and I like the slide and diving board.”
“The pools have different depths, so you can dive into the water. It is fun because there is a diving board and slide.”
“I can have fun and cool off and because if you do the swim test, you can go down the slide and the diving board.”
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