Max of 5 students per class
Level 1 (ages 4 yrs and on): This is the first step in learning to swim. The main focus is on independent water entry and exit, buoyancy, arm and leg movement, and increasing overall comfort in the water.
Level 2: The focus in level two is on breath control, moving through the water independently, flotation, and stroke mechanics for front crawl and elementary back stroke.
Level 3: This class focuses on expanding stroke knowledge and skill, treading water, diving, swimming under water, and flotation.
Level 4: This course continues the skills learned in level 3. The focus is on stroke enhancement and swimming endurance (front crawl, backstroke, breast stroke, scissor and butterfly kicks), treading water, diving from a standing position, and general stroke and turn refinement.
Each class should have a minimum of 3 people enrolled to take place and will usually be capped at 5-6 participants. Classes will last 30 minutes each and there are six classes per session.
Max of 6 students per class
Adult Beginner: The focus of this course is basic aquatic and swimming skills. Participants will be exposed to a variety of skills, strokes, kicks, and pool tools. If you are a beginning swimmer, this course is for you!
Adult Intermediate: This course focuses on improving on the basic aquatic skills acquired in Adult Beginner. This includes breath control, treading, flotation, and stroke mechanics.
Each class should have a minimum of 3 people enrolled to take place and will usually be capped at 5-6 participants. Classes will last 45-60 minutes each and there are six classes per session.