AQUATICS

Aquatics programs at the Y help kids gain a lifetime of confidence by learning how to swim and stay safe in the water.  Swimming is a life skill as well as great exercise and a challenging sport. Ys offer swim lessons for all ages so we can all enjoy safely enjoy the pleasures of an aquatic environment.

Click here to register or to view current schedules for aquatics programs.

 

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS:

Preschool Swim Lessons - Progressive swim lessons for youth age 3 to 5.

Semi-Private Swim Lessons - Instructional lessons for two participants for age 3 and up. Lessons consist of seven 30 minute sessions.

Private Swim Lessons - Private instructional lessons for age 3 and up. Consists of seven 30 minute sessions.

 

SCHOOL AGE AQUATICS:

Competitive Swim Team (ages 5-18)- Coached by Matt Williams, our mission is to offer all swimmers the opportunity to reach their potential in an environment that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle. Our coaches work with the athletes to not only teach the fundamental skills of competitive swimming, but also to encourage the values of discipline, self-improvement and sportsmanship. Join us in the pool for lasting friendships and loads of fun. Visit the link above for schedules and more information.

Schoolage Swim Lessons - Progressive swim lessons for youth age 6-13.

Semi-Private Swim Lessons- Instructional lessons for two participants for age 3 and up. Lessons consist of seven 30 minute sessions.

Private Swim Lessons- Private instructional lessons for age 3 and up. Consists of seven 30 minute sessions.

 

SPECIAL NEEDS AQUATICS:

Special Needs- Special needs swimming is for children ages 3 and up that require special attention. With the help of Bell Hospitals Occupational Therapists, our staff have put together a great program. Program uses water education to develop water safety and swimming skills while focusing on developing self confidence and self esteem in the water. Each child will progress through the different levels at their own speed. An individual skills check off list is used to show parents their progress!