Youth Group Swim Lessons

Important dates/information:

PAID LESSONS (Registration Online or In House through Daxco system)

  • Parent/Child Lessons (6m-3yrs)
  • PreK Lessons (3yr-5yr)
  • Youth Lessons (6yr-17yr) (Swim Basics & Swim Strokes, scroll down for descriptions)

Monthly Group Swim Lessons Jan 2- April 27. Private Swim Lessons anytime by request.

Late registration begins after 5pm on the Friday before lessons begin. 

  • Available Sessions
    • Jan (Jan 2-26)
    • Feb (Jan 30- Feb 23)
    • March (Feb 27 -March 30)
    • *NO CLASSES Spring Break Week March 13-17
    • April (April 3-27)
  • Cost: Y-Members: $45.00/session, Non Y-Members: $90.00/session
    • Fees must be paid by 5pm the Friday before lessons begin
    • Scholarship applications are available
    • Late, cancellation, and reschedule fees may apply
    Class times and days: (Will vary depending on age groups and session)
    • Mon/Wed, T/Th - Group Swim Lessons - 5:30pm-6pm
    • Parent/Child class T/Th - 5:30pm-6pm
    • Swim Strokes - T/Th - 6pm-6:45pm 
  • Sessions have 8 Classes each being 30 min. long

Bring to lesson:

  • swimsuit
  • towel
  • long hair pulled back
  • goggles if appropriate 

Swim Levels

Children will be evaluated for group lessons and placed in Swim Basics or Swim Strokes based on these criteria. We do our best to work with parents to keep siblings together whenever possible. Please speak to the aquatics director or swim instructors if you have further questions about your child's level.  



Level 1 Will the student go underwater voluntarily?

Level 2 Can the student do a front and back float on his or her own? 

Level 3 Can the student swim 10-15 yards on his or her front and back? 


Swim Strokes is a stroke development and mechanics class that builds endurance.  Participants must be able to swim a lap independently and be comfortable with rotary breathing (rhythmic breathing to the side). Strokes include: Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Elementary Backstroke, Slide Stroke, and Butterfly 

Level 4 Can the student swim 15 yards front crawl (face in the water) and back crawl? 

***Has to be able to swim the width of the pool independently, any combination of strokes to be in Level 4 because it is focusing on rotary breathing.

Level 5 Can the student swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke across the pool? 

***Has to be comfortable with rotary breathing and able to swim a lap any combination of strokes to be in Swim Strokes, they may build up to 10+ laps.

Level 6 Can the student swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke across the pool and back?