No. Parents do not get in the water until the student has reached a base level of program skills. Before final check-outs, parents are invited to join us in the water to have a fun play-day where their child can show off their new swimming skills!
Safety is our utmost priority. To ensure safety during survival swim lessons, only one child is allowed in the pool at a time. It is possible to safely accommodate siblings in our survival programs by scheduling them in back-to-back time slots.
Yes! Families with more than one child can register all of their children using the one-time family rate of $200, rather than $135 per child.
Yes! Infants and young children best learn new motor skills with frequent, short duration practice. Our lessons are individualized for each child, and based on a proven method which has been developed over 50 years. To date, there has not been a single student who was unable to pass all check-outs using this method. Furthermore, keeping lessons short allows students to work hard without getting overwhelmed or fatigued.
Unfortunately, no. Children thrive on routine, and repetition is key to the learning process. Coming at the same time, four days a week, produces the most effective results, while still allowing three days for rest and developing muscle memory.
Not all accidental aquatic encounters occur when a child is wearing a swimsuit. Soaking wet clothing and shoes can add up to an extra 15 pounds. A diaper alone can add an extra two pounds! Many children panic the first time they are in a body of water fully clothed. We want to ensure that your child is unfazed about entering the water, and survivable whether fully clothed or wearing swim gear. Please note, pool water will not damage shoes or clothing.
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