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Familiarize yourself with our class offerings below to find one that fits your family’s busy schedule.
Swim Starters Aquatic Program (8 months - 3 years)
Accompanied by a parent*, infants and toddlers learn to be comfortable in the water and develop swim readiness skills through fun and confidence-building experiences, while parents learn about water safety, drowning prevention, and the
importance of supervision.
A / Water Discovery
Introduces infants and toddlers to the aquatic environment.
B / Water Exploration
Focuses on exploring body positions, blowing bubbles, and fundamental safety and aquatic skills.
Swim Basics for Preschool, School Age and Teen (3 - 5 years)
Students learn personal water safety and achieve basic swimming competency by learning two benchmark skills: swim, float, swim—sequencing front glide, roll, back float, roll, front glide, and exit—and jump, push, turn, grab.
In Water Acclimation, Water Movement, and Water Stamina, students are taught the recommended skills for all to have around water including safe water habits, underwater exploration, and how to swim to safety and exit in the event of falling into a body of water. Activities, games, and drills, geared to reinforce learning, are utilized heavily as students progress in this skill-based approach to swimming.
1 / Water Acclimation
Increases comfort with underwater exploration and introduce basic self-rescue skills performed with assistance.
2 / Water Movement
Encourages forward movement in the water and basic self-rescue skills performed independently.
3 / Water Stamina
Develops intermediate self-rescue skills performed at longer distances than in previous stages.
Swim Strokes for Preschool, School Age and Teen (5 - 12 years)
Having mastered the fundamentals, students learn additional water safety skills and build stroke techniques, developing skills that prevent chronic disease, increase social-emotional and cognitive well-being, and foster a lifetime of physical activity.
In Stroke Introduction, Stroke Development, and Stroke Mechanics, swimmers have introduced to the four competitive swimming strokes as well as rescue skills and healthy lifestyle habits.
4 / Stroke Introduction
Introduces basic stroke technique in front crawl and back crawl and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke.
5 / Stroke Development
Introduces breaststroke and butterfly and reinforces water safety through treading water and sidestroke.
Monthly Swim Lessons:
These lessons consist of 8 – 30 minute sessions meeting every Tuesday and Thursday. Instructor student ratio of 5 to 1.
Times: 4:00pm, 4:30pm, 5:00pm, 5:30pm
Dates: January 5th - 28th April 6th - 29th
February 2nd - 25th May 4th - 27th
March 2nd - April 4th June 1st - 24th
Weekly Swim Lesson:
These lessons will consist of five – 30-minute sessions, meeting everyday (Monday - Friday). Weekly lessons will occur every first and third week of each month. Each class consists of 3 participants.
Times: 5:00 pm & 5:30pm
Dates: January 18th - 22nd April 5th - 9th
19th - 23rd
February 1st - 5th May 3rd - 7th
15th - 17th 17th - 21st
31st - 4th
March 8th - 12th
22nd - 26th
Cost per session
- Lessons will NOT be scheduled March 15th - 19th.
- June will bring morning lessons that will add multiple classes during the times of 9:00 am, 9:30 am, and 10:00 am.
Changes in procedure due to Covid-19
In an effort to create safe spaces for our staff, members, and participants the Y has created a plan that includes the following:
- Temperature Checks: All members, guests, and staff are required to have their temperature checked before entering the building. Any temperature over 100.0 will be asked to wait a few minutes to have their temperature checked.
- Social Distancing: Please be respectful of and keep your distance from other members and guests while in the facility.
- Masks are encouraged for all spectators!
- Parents & Guests: Each swimmer is allowed one spectator on deck at a time. YMCA seating is very limited in an effort to minimize gathering.
- Y instructors will social distance when possible. In most cases, the instructor will need to make physical contact with your child. Instructors are required to wear protective shields safe for the water. Please be patient as it is difficult to talk with the shields on.