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Registration starts one month prior to start date, but you must be registered one week prior to start date.
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Register for the lessons on our website:
REMEMBER to complete a Participation Waiver.
There are now 4 ways to turn in the forms:
Once a group/class reaches capacity, the registration will close, and we will not accept any new participants into group lessons.
Once the registration office processes your registration, the lesson coordinator will contact you to schedule the lessons. It generally takes 3-4 business days after the forms are received to hear back from the coordinator. We cannot schedule your lessons until your registration has been processed.
The instructors have experience teaching lessons and are trained by our Swim Lesson Director. If you have a preference for a specific instructor or would prefer a male or female instructor, please indicate your preference on the registration form.
The Front Desk will take payment if not purchased online. Please allow adequate time for this check-in process. From there you can go down to the locker rooms and the pool. Please note that lessons will start and end promptly, so plan on arriving 10-15 minutes early so that you have time to change into your swim suit and arrive on the pool deck. You will sign in at the table located on the shallow end of the pool, then head to our seating area and an instructor will come to take the children to the class when it is time to start.
We don’t offer make up lessons for Group Lessons unless we cancel the lesson. We will try to notify you within an hour of your lessons start time if we will have to cancel. We will notify you of the make-up date for that class (generally Friday of that week).
Parents of group lesson participants are welcome to wait on the deep end of the pool deck during the lessons.
You may also wait in the hallway near the pool area, the seating area in the lobby, or in the Pointe Grill if it’s open. If you decide to watch from the deck, please do not address your child during the lesson. It is disruptive to the instructor and will distract your child’s attention away from the lesson. Please be aware the parents are not permitted to swim during the lesson unless they are members of the facility and the pool is open. We do recommend that parents are out of sight during lessons so that your child can bond with the instructor and focus all of their attention on the lesson.
We will change the hour time to a half hour private lesson.
We recommend a swimsuit, a set of goggles, a swim cap, and a towel.
Each level has specific sets skills that need to be met before advancing. See "Skills Taught" under the class you’re interested in for more information regarding skill sets and level appropriateness.
Each participant will receive a progress report at the end of each session that will indicate what level the instructor feels he or she is ready for.
Our sessions run in 3 week blocks, so your child will receive a total of 6 lessons.
We generally restrict our class size to 4:1, four students to one instructor.
Our classes are arranged by ability; not by age. The more advanced your child is, the higher the level he or she will be placed in. If we have to mix classes due to low enrollment we will teach each child to their level/ability.
Group lessons involve more than one child during a 60 minute time slot whereas a Private lesson is 1 child with 1 instructor. Private lessons provide one on one attention and can help further your child’s swimming abilities. Technique and skills are highly focused on in order to build upon a swimmers foundation.