Two Week Swimming Sessions

Our swimming lessons are only for members – the class sizes are very small and personal, with exceptional guards on staff.

  • Session One: July 4 – July 14
  • Session Two: July 17 – July 28
  • Session Three: July 31 – August 11
  • Session Four: August 14 – August 25
  • Session Five: August 28 – September 1 (One Week Session)

Swim Lesson Times:

9:00-9:45 am (Level 7, 8, 9, 10)

10:00-10:45 am (Level 4, 5, 6)

10:45-11:15 (Otter/Salamander, Level 1, 2, 3)


Swim Team Times - Starts July 5th

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings
  • 8:00 am - 9:00 am


Swim Levels & Prices

  • Mom, pops & tots $30
  • Red Cross Swim Kids Levels 1-4 $30
  • Red Cross Swim Kids Levels 5-10 $35
  • Stroke improvement/Private Lesson $30
  • Diving Lessons $30
  • Adult Lessons $30
  • Bronze Star- Session Two
  • Bronze Medallion & Cross- Session Two 
  • Junior Swim Team (up to 10 years) $55 – 8am
  • Intermediate/Senior Swim Team (10-18 years) $75 – 9am

Swim Team Prices

  • Junior - $80
  • Senior - $100

SwimKids Programming

This 10-level program, for school aged children, will help swimmers develop all five swimming strokes (front crawl, back crawl, elementary back stroke, breast stroke, and side stroke), actively learn how to be safe around water and increase their fitness/endurance through fun activities. Challenging distance swims are a strong motivator throughout all ten levels.

Click to View Class Descriptions

Swim Kids 1

Entry level program for children ready to move in to shallow water. This level provides an orientation to the water, the pool area and introduces floats and glides with kicks. Prerequisite: minimum age of 5 years

Swim Kids 2

This level helps the child build skills in front and back swims. Children are introduced to deep-water activities and proper use of a Personal Flotation Device. Prerequisite: swim kids 1

Swim Kids 3

This level provides an introduction to the front crawl as well as, the foundation for making wise choices regarding where and when to swim. Diving is introduced and children will work on floats and changing direction in deep water. Endurance is achieved by building strength in flutter kick and a 15-meter swim. Prerequisite: swim kids 2

Swim Kids 4

The front crawl, back glide and shoulder roll for the back crawl are further developed. Swimmers work on kneeling dives, surface support and developing a greater sense of self-safety by understanding their own limits. Endurance is built through a 25-meter swim. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 3

Swim Kids 5

Back crawl is introduced, along with sculling skills and whip kick on the back. Swimmers try stride-dives and receive an introduction to safe boating skills. Endurance is developed through dolphin kick and a 50-meter swim. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 4

Swim Kids 6

Front and back crawl continue to be refined and the elementary backstroke is introduced. Children are also introduced to ice safety: elementary rescue of others with throwing assists, treading water and the front dive. Endurance is built through a 75-meter swim. Prerequisites: Swim Kids 5

Swim Kids 7

Level 7 continues to build skills and endurance for front crawl, back crawl, elementary back crawl, and elementary backstroke. Swimmers will also be introduced to the whip kick on the front. Children learn about airway and breathing obstructions, and participate in timed treading water for increasing endurance. Endurance is also built through a 150-meter swim. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 6

Swim Kids 8

Level 8 provides an introduction to breaststroke, feet first surface dives, and rescue entries. Children learn about the dangers of open water, hypothermia, and the performance of rescue breathing on children and adults. The dolphin kick and 300-meter swim further improves the participant’s endurance. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 7

Swim Kids 9

This level refines the front crawl (100m), back crawl (100m), elementary backstroke (50m) and breaststroke (25m), and encourages swimmers to combine various kicks for up to three minutes to improve fitness. Swimmers also work on headfirst surface dives and learn about wise choices, peer influences and self-rescue from ice. Endurance is built through a 400m swim. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 8

Swim Kids 10

This level is a final assessment of all strokes for technique and distance (front crawl 100m, back crawl 100m, elementary backstroke 50m, breaststroke 50m and sidestroke 25m). Swimmers learn about sun safety, rescue of others from ice, and headfirst/feet-first surface dives. Endurance is built using the dolphin kick and a 500m swim. Prerequisite: Swim Kids 9

Bronze Star

Bronze Star is a pre-Bronze Medallion training standard and excellent preparation for success in Bronze Medallion. In Bronze Star, participants develop problem-solving and decision-making skills as individuals and in partners. They learn CPR, develop water smart confidence and focus on the lifesaving skills needed to be their own personal lifeguard. Prerequisites: age 12 (please provide a photocopy of a proof of age to the instructor on the first day of class) and Swim Kids 10.

Bronze Medallion & CPR B

The Lifesaving Society Bronze Medallion Award teaches an understanding of the lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water rescue education: judgment, knowledge, skill and fitness. Pre-requisite: 13+ or completion of Bronze Star.

Bronze Cross

Bronze Cross is designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross is a pre-requisite for all advanced training programs including National Lifeguard and Lifesaving Instructor certification. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion and CPR B (note: CPR B is completed in Bronze Medallion)

Register Here

Please see attached for our 2017 Swimming Lesson and Swim Team Registration Form

2017 Swim Lessons & Swim Team Registration Form

For questions, please contact Ashley Bisson at [email protected]