Each student will progress at his or her own rate, so, patience is important. As a general guideline, students will achieve stroke progressions in 6 to 12 lessons. Parents and instructors should create a positive, encouraging atmosphere while at the same time expecting good behavior and effort. Feel free to communicate with your swim instructor concerning your child’s progress.
To ensure that the session is safe, enjoyable, and productive, each student is expected to follow the instructor's directions to the best of their ability. Children are only permitted in the water during their lesson time; they must remain on the pool deck before and after the lesson. In addition, no running or rough play is permitted, and no glass containers or food are allowed in the pool area. You may bring water in plastic containers. Children are not permitted in the hot tub.
Please scan in at the Service Desk when you arrive for your lesson (the Service Desk will issue you a scan tag on your first lesson). Also, please be sure to have your child use the restroom before their lesson.
Restrooms and showers for swim lessons are located on the 1st floor, down the hallway behind the Juice Bar.
Most children arrive with their bathing suits under their clothing. Dressing rooms are available in the pool area if needed.
In addition to arriving with your swim suit, you will need a towel and goggles (goggles are recommended for comfort). Any child that is not toilet trained must wear swim diapers and tight fitting plastic pants.
Please email our Swim Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will assist you in registering, and can answer your questions concerning swim lessons.
We offer children’s’ swim lessons, adult swim lessons, competitive swim lessons, semi-private adult swim lessons, and parent/ tot swim classes, all in a heated, salt water pool with a certified swim instructor.
Our lanes are 55 ft. (16.75 meters) long.
A salt water pool uses a mild concentration of salt to maintain the proper levels of chlorine in the pool. Without the chemicals needed to maintain a traditional chlorine pool, people swimming in a salt water pool experience little to no eye, skin or hair irritation.