Group Lessons

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Our group lessons are offered year round for any age or ability level. All of our lessons are 30 minutes long (highest level is 60-90 minutes) and are taught by our well trained and energetic staff.

CLASS LEVELS - Ages 3 months to 3 years

Parent & Me 1

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Ages 3 months − 3 yrs.

30 minute class;  6 kids maximum


With their parent in the pool, students are introduced to the water in a fun, friendly environment. Each student will learn to glide independently for 3-5 ft., begin submersions and increase breath control. 

Parent & Me 2

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Ages 3 months − 3 yrs.

30 minute class;  6 kids maximum


With their parent in the pool, students learn to relax and feel comfortable swimming underwater. Movement, water safety, and interaction with other students are emphasized. The goal is to be able to swim independently for approx. 5 ft. and to comfortably back float.

Guppy

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Ages 2 yrs. − 3 1/2 yrs. old

30 minute class; 3 kids maximum


For graduates of our Parent & Me 2 class.  Student's range from 2-3 years old.  Guppies are introduced to freestyle arms, back floating independently, kicking on their back, and roll over breathing.  Guppies are also taught basic pool safety skills.

Tadpole

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Ages 2 yrs. − 3 ½ yrs.

30 minute class; 3 kids maximum


For graduates of the Guppies class.  Tadpoles are taught how to do a full freestyle, rollover breathing, full backstroke, and turn around swims.  Tadpoles are taught to maneuver through the water with ease. 

Beginner & Intermediate Levels - Ages 3 to 5 years

Starfish

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Ages 3 yrs. − 5 yrs.

30 minute class; 3 kids maximum


Starfish swimmers are taught the basics in swimming by getting them comfortable in and around the water up to the point of swimming independently for 5- 7 ft.  

Seahorse

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Ages 3 yrs. − 5 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids maximum


Seahorse students are ready to start their swimming adventure. Seahorse swimmers are taught the basics in freestyle and backstroke with a introduction to breathing as well.  Graduates of this level will be able to perform a proficient freestyle stroke as well as a backstroke kick.

Otter

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Ages 3 yrs. − 5 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids maximum


Otters will perfect their freestyle technique and learn side breathing and correct backstroke arms.  The goal of this class is to have a complete freestyle and backstroke swim.


Beginner & Intermediate Levels - Ages 6 to 12 years

Jellyfish

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Ages 6 yrs. − 12 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids maximum


For kids ready to start their swimming adventure or overcome their water fears.  Jellyfish are taught the basics by getting them comfortable in and around the water up to the point of swimming independently for 7-10 ft.  

Turtle

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Ages 6 yrs. − 12 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids maximum


Turtles can swim 7- 10 ft. independently and are ready to learn the correct swim techniques.  Turtles will learn the correct freestyle arms and kicks and a strong backstroke kick.

Stingray

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Ages 6 yrs. − 12 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids maximum


Designed to perfect freestyle technique and introduce side breathing.  Stingrays are also instructed on correct backstroke form and arms.  

ADVANCED LEVELS - Ages 3 to 12 years

Walrus

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Ages 3 yrs. − 12 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids max.


For swimmers who have mastered freestyle and backstroke with side breathing.  Walrus swimmers are introduced to the breaststroke kicks and arms as well as bilateral breathing in their freestyle.  Walrus are also instructed on the basics of treading water.

Orca

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Ages 3 yrs. − 12 yrs.

30 minute class; 4 kids max


Orcas are strong swimmers who possess 3 out of 4 of the competitive swim techniques.  Orcas will be instructed on the correct Butterfly kick and arms.  Orcas will also perfect their treading water and will begin learning flip turns and underwater pull outs.

Hammerhead / PreTeam

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Ages 3 yrs. − 12 yrs.

60-90 minute class; 5 students per lane


For swimmers who know all 4 strokes.  Hammerheads transition into the competitive swimming field where they learn drills, flip turns, dive starts, and other competitive skills while also working on their endurance and technique.