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Swim Class Description


A water orientation class for children where the parent accompanies the child in the water. Usually for children between the ages of six months and two years.

White Swimmers

Beginner level for children that have either passed parent/tot or are between the ages of three to five years of age with little to no past water experience. Class would focus on floating, beginning kicks, and learning necessary skills to swim by oneself during the front and back crawl.

Grey Swimmers

For children that have passed the white-level instruction or those that are five years of age and older that have little to no past water experience. The class will focus on beginner instructional swimming. Class would focus on front crawl, floating, and correct technique for swimming on one’s own.

Crimson Swimmers

For those who can already swim and/or have taken the level white and grey class. Class focuses on different strokes, including freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly. Class will focus on refining technique.


Class focuses on basic skills that one can use to help protect themselves near and around the water. Also includes some skills such as reach-and pull and toss-throw, both skills that can assist another person in distress.

Swim Lesson Schedule for Fall 2010 

  • Office Hours
  • Monday through Friday
  • 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.