We know it can be hard to know what level is right for your child. That's why we've sorted our classes into categories based on swimming ability and then further divided by age. If you're still unsure what level is right for your little fish, give us a call at (601) 898-7946.
For swimmers with little to no swimming experience and/or comfort in the water.
This mommy-and-me style class is perfect for our youngest swimmers to get their start in the water. With a combination of songs and games, students learn the fundamentals of swimming & water safety.
Beginning swimmers who are between 2 & 3 years old fit right in with our WaterTot classes. With an instructor and up to 4 students, students learn basic front & back kicking and our safety skill through a combination of group activities and individual turns.
Our biggest beginning swimmers love our Beginner class. Because these students are older, they usually make progress quicker than their younger peers. This means our beginner classes focus on the same skills as our WaterTots but move faster.
For swimmers who can swim short distances independently, but cannot swim the width of the pool with proper form and without assistance.
After progressing through WaterBaby 1, swimmers move to this class. The fun activities continue, and the swimming gets faster and further. This is the last class where parents are in the water.
For swimmers who have taken the WaterBaby 2 class and are ready to advance to "big-kid" swim lessons, WaterBaby 3 is the perfect level. In this class, students focus on transitioning to a swim setting where the parent isn't present.
Our swimmers who have graduated from WaterTot or Beginner usually end up in this level. Our Intermediate classes focus on building on the progress made in earlier levels and adding in independent breathing and safety swims.
For students who can swim the width of the pool independently with proper form and who can get a breath without assistance.
After learning to get a breath independently and continue swimming in the Intermediate level, students progress to the Advanced level. In this class, the focus is on building distance and getting ready for the tough transition to learning Strokes.
Our Strokes class, Pro is our most advanced learn-to-swim level. In this class, students learn five strokes, tread water, practice racing dives and flip turns, build endurance, and refine their skills.
For students who don't quite fit in our other levels.
The Squads program is our non-competitive swim team that practices weekly during the school year. Under the direction of our Senior Strokes instructor, the Squads program builds endurance and skill in a team-based environment.
Our Adult swim classes are offered seasonally, based on demand. In these classes, our most senior instructors work with students to get past fears and learn the skills that can save your life. From floating to strokes, our Adult lessons cover it all.