Learning to swim can be one of the most memorable experiences of childhood. Times spent splashing, playing, and swimming in the water with siblings, friends, and parents create some of the most cherished memories. Infants and toddlers especially love the water because it gives them greater freedom of movement than they can get on land. In our kids swimming lessons, your child will not only learn safety skills and beautiful swimming strokes, but she will also learn to love the water.
We break down our kids swim classes and private lesson offerings based on the age and skill level of the swimmer. We feel that this using both age and skill level helps us keep skills developmentally appropriate and keep the length of the classes appropriate for the child’s physical stature and attention span.
For more information on each program, including descriptions of the classes, please select the appropriate link below:
- Infant-Toddler Lessons (6 Months to 4 Years)
- Learn-to-Swim and Stroke Building (4 to 12 Years)
- Advanced Classes for Competitive-Minded Kids (8 Years and Up)
- Special Abilities Swim Lessons — Foundational lessons for children with autism, sensory processing difficulties, or other physical challenges
For children ages 13 and older, we feel that the adult classes are a better match for learning styles and approaches. See our Adult Programs section for more details.
If you would like to get a more detailed overview of our kids swimming programs and the guiding principles of our teaching approach, please watch the presentation to the right. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.