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  • Level 1 - Beginners Swim Lessons: Age 5+

    This level helps students feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Skills learned in the Little Swimmers class are improved upon and new elementary aquatic skills are introduced to help develop good attitudes and safe practices around the water. Children must have passed the Little Swimmers class or test out of the Little Swimmers class before taking this level. Your student may be ready for Level 1 lessons if they are able to go under water and are able to float by themselves without a life jacket. Children must be a minimum of 44 inches tall AND at least 5 years old to participate in Level 1.
  • Level 2 - Advanced Beginner Swim lessons: Age 5+

    This level continues to improve on the skills learned in Level 1 and increases the distances that students can go on their own. New skills will also be introduced while building the student's confidence in the water. Student must have passed Level 1 before taking this level. Your child may be ready for Level 2 if they are able to swim by themselves. Child must be a minimum of 44 inches tall AND at least 5 years old to participate at this level.
  • Level 3 - Intermediate Swim Lessons: Age 5+

    Build on skills of Level 2 with guided practice. Students will learn to coordinate the pieces of the front crawl and elementary backstroke as well as learn new skills including standing dive, breaststroke kick and new safety techniques. Students must have passed Level 2 before taking this level.
  • Level 4 - Advanced Intermediate Swim Lessons: Ages 5+

    This level continues to build on the skills learned in Level 3 and increase swimming endurance. New safety skills will be introduced as well as breaststroke, scissors kick and open turns for front and back strokes. Student must have passed Level 3 before taking this level.
  • Toddler/Parent - Swim Lessons: Ages 1.5-3

    For ages 18 months to 3 years old. The purpose of this class is to teach very early swimming skills such as bubble blowing, kicks, floats, and swimming are movements for the front and back strokes while in a fun and safe environment. Parents/guardians must accompany their child in the water. Children should wear swim diapers only.
  • Preschool Transition - Swim Lessons: Ages 3-5

    For ages 3-5 years old. The purpose of this class is to build on the early swimming skills learned in the toddler class, introduce new skills, and begin the transition from class with parents to class with just the instructor. Parents will accompany their child in the water on days 1-3. On days 4 and 5, parents will be prepared to get in the water but will remain on the deck near their child. On days 6-8, children will be in the water independently with their instructor and classmates.
  • Little Swimmers - Swim Lessons: Ages 2.5-4

    Designed for ages 2.5-4 years old. Little Swimmers is for children who are ready for their first independent swimming experience. The class will begin to teach independent skills such as underwater bobs and front and back float as well as introduce/ reinforce skills such as glides, flutter kicks and front crawl. Life jacket safety will also be taught.
  • Family Private Swim Lessons: All Ages & Abilities

    Family private swimming lessons are designed for families to enroll their children in the same time slot and learn/practice skills together. The Tiger Swim Lesson Instructor will be able to teach all the Tiger Swim Lesson curriculum and will tailor the class to fit your family's individual needs. Multiple levels can be taught in the same lesson. If there are students in both lower and higher levels, a parent may need to get in the water to assist with the lower level skills practice. There is no limit to the number of children enrolled, but all participants must be in the same immediate family. Note: You only need to register 1 family member. You will be asked during the registration process who else in the family will be attending the private swim lessons. You will get six - 30 minute sessions, being able to choose which of he six days out of the eight work best for you.
  • Individual Swimming Lessons: All Ages

    Tiger Swim Lesson Instructors will teach individuals according to the Tiger Swim Lesson Curriculum. All Tiger Swim Lesson levels are available. You will get six - 30-minute sessions, being able to choose which of the six days out of the eight work best for you.
  • Tiger Sharks Swim: Gr. 1-12

    All participants need to be able to swim 25 yards nonstop, unaided. No knowledge of the four competitive strokes is necessary. Students will learn or continue improving on the four competitive strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly) and their corresponding starts and turns. Students will use a variety of swimming tools and drills while building strength and endurance and learning about competition. Tiger Sharks is for all abilities, from beginner to advanced. During the school year these levels are combined together. During the summer, separate levels are offered. Swimmers should bring a swimsuit, goggles, towel and water bottle on a daily basis.
  • Open Swim: All Ages

    Looking for a fun family activity? Come join us for Open Swim! American Red Cross certified lifeguards supervise each session. Fun equipment is available to use such as noodles, lifejackets, and diving rings! Deep water swimmers must demonstrate their swimming skills before entering the deep end of the water with a water competency test (jump in deep end, tread water 1 minute, 25-yard swim). Children 8 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult in the water. Note: You (and anyone else attending with you) must register online to agree to the waiver form and so we know how many will be in attendance each session. Then you pay $5/person at the door, cash only. Open Swim may automatically be cancelled that day if we do not have any online registrations by 10 a.m. the morning of Open Swim.
  • Levels 5 & 6 - Swim Lessons: Ages 5+

    In Level 5, you will continue to build swimming endurance and refine stroke coordination. New skills will include sidestroke, butterfly, and front and back flip turns. In Level 6, the focus continues on increasing the distances and endurance of the learned strokes: front crawl, elementary backstroke, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and sidestroke. Students must pass the previous levels before advancing.
  • Lifeguard Safety Instruction Certification/Recertification: Ages 15-Adult

    Participants must be at least 15 years old on the final day of the course and be able to complete 3 swimming pretests: 1. Swim 300 yards: 100 yards front crawl/freestyle + 100 yards breaststroke + 100 yards of choice on front 2. Tread water for 2 minutes, no hands. 3. Swim 20 yards, retrieve a bring from 7-10 feet deep, and return to start in under 1:40. Participants will receive instruction in lifesaving techniques and CPR, creating an emergency action plan, and legal issues, among many other skills. Class provides in water instruction as well as classroom learning that will include videos and homework sheets. At the completion of the class, participants will need to pass a paper exam and a skills exam. Upon passing the exams, students will be certified in both Lifeguarding and CPR for two years. *Classes are held both in and out of water *Bring swimwear, dry clothes, and food/snacks for long days