Swim Skills

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What skill level is your youth swimmer?

  • Infant-Parent:
    • Ages 6 – 36 months  
    • An introduction for infant and toddler age swimmers in the water, with parent(s).
  • Toddler:
    • Ages 3 – 5 years  
    • This is an acclimation class for children with no swimming skills that will help them become comfortable in the water and with teacher instruction without the aid of the parent.
  • Skills 1:
    • Ages 4 – 6 years
    • Helps children become comfortable and safely enjoy the water.
  • Skills 2:
    • Ages 5 – 8 years
    • Aids children to achieve success with fundamental water skills. This level requires that the children be comfortable putting their face in the water.
  • Skills 3:
    • Ages 6 – 9 years  
    • Builds on Skills 2 abilities by providing guidance and practice on basic skill refinement.
  • Skills 4:
    • Ages 6 – 10 years 
    • Intermediate Strokes develops confidence in the strokes learned previously and improves aquatic skills.
  • Skills 5:
    • Ages 7 – 12 years
    • Advanced Strokes coordinates and refines key strokes.
  • Skills 6:
    • Ages 8 – 18 years

Advanced skills polishes strokes focusing on ease, efficiency, power and fluidity over greater distances. 

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