At the Y, we believe the ability to swim is a critical life skill that every child should have the opportunity to learn. When you learn to swim, you gain confidence, acquire safety skills and experience water activities you can enjoy for a lifetime.
We are excited for the newest upgrades in our YMCA swim lesson curriculum. This new curriculum helps each participant experience a sense of accomplishment after each lesson, build relationships with other swimmers, and advance more quickly through the stages.
REGISTRATION FOR GROUP SWIM LESSONS IS NOW OPEN FOR FEBRUARY 2022
Swim lessons available all ages, to include: Parent/Child*, Water Acclimation, Water Movement, Water Stamina, Stroke Introduction, and Stroke Development & Mechanics…
+ *NEW* ADULT Swim Basics (18+) AND *NEW* ADULT Swim Strokes (18+)
See the schedule after you click the registration link below.
Y Members $60 · Non-Members $80
Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify.
2021 TANF/SNAP CONSENT FORM (if needed)
Use the Swim Lesson Selector to help ensure your swimmer is in the correct level:
Swim Lesson Selector- English (opens new page)
Swim Lesson Selector- Spanish (opens new page)
Learn what will be taught at each level with the Swim Lessons Stages of Learning (opens new page)
Track your achievement with this tracker: Achievement Tracker (opens new page)
WE ALSO OFFER PRIVATE LESSONS!
Advanced Lessons: Youth through adult. Adults interested in triathlon competition, or wanting to improve their times. Youth interested in improving technique and speed. Private and group lessons can be arranged. Please contact the Aquatics Department for more information: 843.522.9622. Perri Flaherty, Aquatics Director: email@example.com. You may register for private lessons online (see link below):
Ready to register for swim lessons? CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE
Formation: Minimum of 3 students required for class to start.
Schedule: Classes meet twice a week, for four weeks. 8 classes in total.
Placement: Students will be grouped the first day of lessons, based upon skill level.
Cancellations: Missed classes will not be made up. If weather or a pool closing forces cancellation of a class, the class will be made up on a Friday.
Locker Rooms: Families with children are asked to use the Family restrooms for changing clothes, no youth are allowed in Adult locker rooms, and no adults are allowed in Youth locker rooms.