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swim lesson schedule / level descriptions

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The deadline to register is September 16th
Lessons will begin on September 18th


Fall Schedule

tuesday thursday saturday
goldfish (parent & child level 1)

 

9-9:30am

turtles (parent & child level 2)

 

9:30-10am

jellyfish (level 1)

5-5:30pm

11:30am-12pm
5-5:30pm
5:30-6pm

10-10:30am
10:30-11am

bluefish (level 2)

5:30-6pm

11:30am-12pm
5:30-6pm
6-6:30pm

10:30-11am
11-11:30am

starfish (level 3)

6-6:30pm

12-12:30pm
5-5:30pm
6-6:30pm

10-10:30am

dolphins (level 4)

6:30-7pm

12:30-1pm 6:30-7pm

11:30am-12pm

swim school (swim school)

9-9:45am

      

2018 swim lesson schedule

  • Winter: January 9th-Feburary 24th
  • Spring 1: March 6th-April 21st
  • Spring 2: May 1st-June 23rd (No lessons May 22nd-26th)
  • Summer: July 10th-August 25th
  • Fall 1: September 11th-October 27th
  • Fall 2: October 30th-December 22nd (No lessons November 18th-24th)

level descriptions

  • children 9 months to 3 years
    • goldfish (parent & child level 1: 9 months to 2 years): This class emphasizes safety, water adjustment, comfort in the water for both parents and children, and most of all, fun!
    • turtles (parent & child level 2: 2 to 3 years): This class builds upon the skills learned in parent & child level 1. Children will continue to work on front and back floats, and will be learning new skills such as kicking, bubble blowing, and glides.
  • children ages 3 and up
    • jellyfish (level 1): Introduces children to basic water and safety skills. Children will work on basic bubble blowing and increase their comfort level in the water.
    • bluefish (level 2): Teaches children the basics of floating and water safety. Children will learn floating on their front and back and will begin working on both arm and leg action on their front and back.
    • starfish (level 3): Works on freestyle, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, and treading water.
    • dolphins (level 4): Works on backstroke and breaststroke as well as building endurance on both freestyle and elementary backstroke.
    • orcas (sting ray swim school): Builds endurance while refinning swimming skills. Swimmers will work on all four competitive strokes, lifesaving strokes, turns and other fun aquatic skills. (not available for the Fall 2 session)

If you are not sure what level your child would fall under, please contact Kim at tcswim@fuse.net!