Summer Swim Lessons


Modified Swim Lessons will be offered  during Summer 2021.
Tiny Tots with a Parent, Advanced Beginner, and Swimmer
classes are now enrolling.


    
   
 
register online
 
 
  Register for one (1) -week at a time, Monday - Friday,
or a 4-Saturday session
M-F session: $86 Residents / $96 Non-Residents
SAT session: $96 Residents / $106 Non-Residents

Tiny Tots with Parent (3-5yrs)

Class ratio 1:8
Emphasis on submerging face, bobbing, bubble blowing, basic floating skills with support, water entry and exit, kicking with support and personal safety skills.  Children will progress to holding breath and to fully submerge their head for 3 seconds, retrieve items from bottom of platform, float and glide unsupported for 5 seconds.  Arm strokes and safety skills will also be taught. 
PLEASE NOTE: Parent or Legal Guardian must be in the water with the child during the class.
Swim Lessons offered to tiny tots ages 3-5 years at the Campbell Community Center pool
Swim Lessons offered to tiny tots ages 3-5 years at the Campbell Community Center pool

Advanced Beginner (7-14yrs)


Class ratio 1:8
Students must be able to complete one lap unassisted freestyle and one lap unassisted backstroke to enroll in this class.  Emphasizes stroke refinement. Using a variety of drills, students will learn freestyle stroke with side breathing, backstroke with straight arm recovery, treading water using various kicks for two minutes, standing and surface in-water dives, streamlined gliding, and breaststroke kick with a kickboard.

Swim Lessons offered to advanced beginners ages 7-14 years at the Campbell Community Center pool
Swim Lessons offered to adults ages 15+ years at the Campbell Community Center pool
Swim Lessons offered to swimmers ages 8-14 years at the Campbell Community Center pool

Swimmer (8-14yrs)


Class ratio 1:8
Successful completion of Advanced Beginner level (or equivalent) is required to enroll in this class. Emphasizes stroke efficiency and endurance.  Instruction and drills will teach proper side-breathing and progression of freestyle stroke, full breaststroke and backstroke for 25 yards, open handed turns, standing dives, and treading water for 5 minutes.  The class will also focus on speed and efficiency in the water. Students will also learn competitive starts and turns.