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Semi-Private Lessons

Semi-private lessons teach cooperation and teamwork. Swimmers work together in semi-private lessons. They play games, practice water safety, and learn to encourage one another, respect individual differences, listen, and cooperate in a small group setting. Children 4 to 16 years old can be in a Semi-Private Lesson and will be paired with another swimmer of similar age and swimming skill.

If your child has never had swim lessons before or is uncomfortable in the water, we suggest starting in a Private Lesson first. This will allow them to get comfortable in the water and learn water safety skills with one-on-one instruction.

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Class Details

  • Ages 4 to 16 years
  • 30 minutes
  • Swim once a week
  • Lesson ratio 2:1
  • $100 per month
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Lesson Times

Semi-Private lessons are available:

  • Monday: 2:30–8:00 pm
  • Tuesday–Friday: 9:00 am–8:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:00 am–2:00 pm
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Sign Up Anytime

Our perpetual program allows you to start and end swim lessons at your convenience. Just give us 30 days’ notice when you are ready to end lessons.

Other Swim Lessons

baby swim lessons

Parent Tot

Ages 4 months–2.5 years

Our Parent Tot swim lessons provide a fun and foundational time for parents and infants in the pool.

Swim lessons for kids

Private Lessons

Ages 4 months to adult

Private swim lessons are a great option for new swimmers, those who are fearful in the water, or children or adults who want individual, focused attention.

Swim lessons for kids

Adaptive—The Aqua Stars

Ages 4 months to adult

Our adaptive swim program has been specially designed to benefit children and adults with a range of special needs.

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Sessions

Ages 4 months and up 

Our two-week sessions run in addition to our perpetual program and teach swim and safety skills in an accelerated time.

Adult Swim Lessons

Adult Lesssons

Ages 16 and up

Adult swim lessons are offered for swimmers of all levels—from fearful non-swimmers, to those wanting to learn the four competitive strokes.