Ages 5–12 Years
In these lessons, students learn more about personal water safety.
Following the national YMCA of the USA swimming curriculum, the student’s developmental levels determine which skills we introduce and build on as they progress. They will start by becoming comfortable with underwater exploration and learn how to safely exit a body of water should they ever accidentally fall in. Then, children will advance to focusing on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement within the water. Having mastered the fundamentals, students learn additional water safety skills and build stroke techniques so they’ll develop skills that prevent chronic disease while increasing social, emotional, and cognitive well-being, and foster a lifetime of physical activity.
|What to Bring||
Students should bring goggles, towels, sunscreen, and a swim shirt.
|Make Up Policy||
Due to weather, pool issues, or other circumstance we may have to reschedule our swim lessons. If your lesson is canceled by the Y, you will receive notification and will sign up for your make up day and time at the front desk. Make up times may vary.
SWIM LESSON SAFETY PROCEDURES
The safety of all our participants is our top priority. To ensure the health and safety of all students and family members during swim lessons, the following procedures have been put in place by our Aquatics team.Learn More