We are excited that you are interested in advancing your child's swim skills! Please see important information below about swim lessons.

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Registration for swim lessons will be available in person at all work days starting with 5/12. There will be three, two week sessions that consist of 8 lessons each. We ask that swimmers attend a minimum of 6 of the 8 sessions. Swim lesson classes are capped at ten swimmers per class and are free for Full Share Members. Associate Member lesson fee is $40.00 per session however, Full Share members have first priority. 

​Sign up will be on a first come, first served. Each lesson will be capped at 10 swimmers. Families are limited to registering for one session per child to ensure that as many members as possible have the option to take advantage of swimming lessons. If a child is listed for more than one session, then the second registration will be deleted.  All registered swimmers must be present on the first day of their session or the spot in the class will be given to an unregistered swimmer present on that day.

Group swimming lessons are a two-week experience intended to provide basic instruction in elementary stroke development geared towards building foundational swimming skills and water safety.   Children with basic swim skills interested in advanced skills or having a more sustained (six weeks) learning experience should consider joining the Swan Lake Stingrays swim team as a Junior Stingray. Swim team is open to any member's child(ren) who is five years old and meets the pre-requisites outlines on the swim team page.
Please click here Swim Team.


​Questions may be sent to swimlessons@swanlakeswimclub.org

2018 Swim Lessons Calendar
Beginner and Advanced Beginner Group Swimming Lessons 
(both groups meet from 10:15-11:00 AM)

Session 1: 6/19 - 6/29 (excluding Monday 6/25)
Session 2: 7/2 - 7/13 (excluding wed 7/4 and Monday 7/9)
Session 3: 7/17 -7/27 (excluding Monday 7/24)

Beginners Class:

The goal of the "beginners" class is to help children feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy shallow water safely, as well as to introduce them to foundational swimming skills.  For a list of specific skills taught in the beginner class, click here.  


Your child is ready for a "beginner" class if, he or she is"

  • At least five years old 
  • Able to listen to instructor and follow directions in a group of 10 swimmers
  • Able to comfortably put face in water and blow bubbles (must be able to fully submerge face for three seconds)
  • May or may not know how to "doggy paddle" but cannot yet do front crawl with proper air exchange (breathing by turning head to side)
  • May or may not be able to float on back, but sinks when/if attempting to move
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Advanced Beginners Class:

The goal of the "advanced beginners" class is to help children feel comfortable in both shallow and deep water and to teach them the fundamentals of front crawl and backstroke and to introduce them to breaststroke and elementary backstroke.  For a list of specific skills taught in the advanced beginner class, click here.

 Your child is ready for the "advanced beginners" class if he or she is able to: 

  • Comfortably float on front and back for 10 seconds
  • Propel oneself through the water on front and back by use of flutter kick (10 yards) (arms optional, but with head in the water when on the front)