Living by the water, it's important to develop basic water safety skills as early as possible. The Sports Center has several types of classes and programs to help you and your family improve your skills in the water.
Private Swim Lessons
Our year-round private swim lessons gives participants the freedom and flexibility to learn at their own pace, based on their own skill level. Private lessons can be for small children all the way up to adult level. Private lessons are set-up in blocks of four and are scheduled based on instructor and client availability. Interested participants should contact the front desk.
Group Swim Lessons
Swim lessons in a group setting can be a great way to motivate young kids to attempt new things. Group lessons are successful in instilling confidence and safety. Schedules are published throughout the year, peaking in the summer months. Group swim lesson spots may be reserved through the front desk.
Water Babies (Under 18 months)
Parents and child will learn basic water safety and introductory swimming skills including holds and cues. The goal of this class is to help develop comfort and love of the water at a young age.
Mommy and Me (Ages 18 months to 3 years)
Parents and child will learn basic water safety and introductory swimming skills including holds, cues, basics pulls, kicks, and flotation. The goal of this class is to help develop comfort and love of the water at a young age.
Toddlers (Ages 3 years to 4 years)
Parents are asked not to participate but may watch from a distance. Participants become familiar with the water, getting in and out of the pool, assisted floating, assisted kicking, blowing bubbles, getting head and face wet and kicking in the prone position. Maximum of 5 participants per class.
Beginners (5 years to 6 years)
Designed for children with little or no swimming ability. Participants will practice assisted and unassisted floating, getting their heads wet, kicking in the prone position assisted and unassisted, and arm strokes. Most children will learn how to swim in the class. However, some may need a second set of lessons. Max of 5 participants in the class.
Intermediate A (6 years to 12 years)
Designed for children that can get around in the water however, need basic stroke development. Participants should be able to float on their back and swim unassisted for ½ the length of the pool. Swimmers will learn swimming techniques for the backstroke and freestyle. Maximum of 7 participants.
Technique (6 years to 14 years)
This group is designed for swimmers who have a basic understanding of swimming and can make it across the entire length of the pool.