Preschool Lesson Class Descriptions

Parent/Child Swim (Age 1 year – 5 years – previously known as Preschool Level 1)
This program builds swimmer readiness by emphasizing having fun in the water with a parent.

Preschool Level 2 (Age 3 – 5 years)
Children must be able to submerge their head under water and be in the class without a parent in the water. They will learn kicking, front & back floating, beginning swimming skills, water safety and water fun.

Preschool Level 3 (Age 4 – 5 years)
Must be able to swim independently at least 25 feet. Will work on swimming skills on their front and back, underwater swimming, water safety and basic safety rules. Most advanced level for preschool swimmers.


School Age Lesson Class Descriptions

Level 1: Introduction to Water Skills (Age 6+)
Learn to enter and exit the water safely, open eyes underwater and retrieve objects, swim on front and back using alternate arm action, float on front and back, follow basic water safety rules, breath control, and use a life jacket.

Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Review skills from Level 1 and also learn to enter water by stepping or jumping from the side, swim on side, tread water, submerge head, perform front and back glide, and swim on front and back using combined strokes.

Level 3: Stroke Development
Students review skills from Level 2 and also learn to bob with head submerged, survival float, butterfly kick and body motion, breaststroke kick, scissors kick, tread water, rotary breathing, perform front and back crawl, reaching assist, and HELP and Huddle positions.

Level 4: Stroke Improvement
Students develop confidence in the skills learned in Level 3 and also learn open turns on front and back, swim on side using scissors kick, safe diving rules, perform a throwing assist, breaststroke, butterfly, elementary backstroke, swim underwater, tread water and care for choking victim.

Level 5 : Stroke Refinement
Students learn further coordination and refinement of strokes from previous level. They also learn to tread water using two different kicks, survival swimming, perform rescue breathing, front flip turn, backstroke flip turn, sidestroke, pike surface dive and tuck surface dive.

Level 6: Swimming and Skill Proficiency
Level 6 is designed with menu options that focus on preparing students to participate in more advanced courses including Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Training Courses. These levels refine the strokes so students swim with ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over great distances.

  • Personal Water Safety
  • Fitness Swimming

Junior Swim Team
Non-competitive class for kids interested in improving technique and building strength. Coach Tara Noer will focus on the four competitive strokes, butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. Kids must have shown proficiency in Red Cross Level 4 or above.


Swim Camps

Water Safety Refresher: For three days swimmers will focus on safety skills both in the pool and in other bodies of water. This course is meant to help swimmers how to be responsible and safe while enjoying the water. The classes will cover age-appropriate skills, such as how to assist someone who is in trouble, how to tread, floating, preserving energy while swimming and other important safety skills.

Swim Lesson Refresher: This camp is perfect for swimmers who have not swam in a while. This class is a shortened version of each American Red Cross level, meant to help swimmers brush up on skills they have not practiced in a while. This is not a full swim lesson course.

Water Safe & Fun: This camp is meant to focus on safety skills and allow kids to have time for structured play in the pool. Activities will include safety-focused skills, pool games, pool sports, and relay races.

Pool Fitness: This camp will focus on teaching swimmers how to swim laps, drills to improve their speed and efficiency, and learn pool etiquette. Swimmers must show proficiency in Red Cross Level 4 or above.

Intro to Synchro: Coach Emily Adrian will teach swimmers the basics of synchronized swimming and help prepare a basic routine. Swimmers must show proficiency in Red Cross Level 3 or above.