2023 Session Dates

Session 1: June 19-June 30

Session 2: July 3-July 14**

Session 3: July 17-July 28

Session 4: July 31-August 11

Session 5: August 14-August 18 (ONE WEEK ONLY), 5 lessons, $25 for members, $50 for non-members

*group swim lessons are Monday-Friday for two weeks. Each session includes 10 lessons.

**no lessons on July 4; nine days of lessons in session 2.

Lesson Sign Up

Sign ups for members are in-person, at the lower cabana next to the BBQs. Sign ups for each session are the Monday prior to the session start date at 6pm.

Sign ups for non-members are in-person, in the office. Sign ups for each session are the Wednesday prior to the session start date at 10:30am.

Payment is due at sign up and is non-refundable.

  • Sign up for session 1 on Monday, June 12 (members) or Wednesday, June 14 (non-members)
  • Sign up for session 2 on Monday, June 26 (members) or Wednesday, June 28 (non-members)
  • Sign up for session 3 on Monday, July 10 (members) or Wednesday, July 12 (non-members)
  • Sign up for session 4 on Monday, July 24 (members) or Wednesday, July 26 (non-members)
  • Sign up for session 5 on Monday, August 7 (members) or Wednesday, August 9 (non-members)
    • Sign up for session 5 will take place at the the office window

Group Lesson Cost

Members pay:

  • $50/session for lessons
  • $60/session for stroke improvement

Non-members pay:

  • $100/session for lessons

Group Swim Levels:

Level 1 – Age: Pre-school (Baby Pool Class)

This class introduces the non-swimmer to the water. Children learn to put faces in water, go under water, blow bubbles, open eyes under water, retrieve objects from the bottom, beginner strokes, glide, glide with kick, and jumping from the side among other skills.

Level 2 – Age: Pre-school to early elementary grades, often 3 to 6 (On Swim Boat)

This class is for beginning swimmers who are comfortable being in the water. Children learn to hold their breath for 3 seconds, how to orient themselves in deep water, to float or glide 5 seconds, to bob 10 times, to jump in and recover, to get out of the pool, flutter kick on front and back, back crawl arm action, combined stroke, turning over from front to back among other skills.

Level 3 Stroke Readiness – Age: often 5-8, young elementary students

This class is for swimmers who are working towards swimming across the pool. They learn to bob and submerge the head completely many times, to jump into deep water from the poolside, to dive from a kneeling position, to coordinate arms and legs in the front crawl with side breathing across the pool, to swim back crawl 10 yards, elementary backstroke 10 yards, and to reverse direction on either the front or back among other skills.

Level 4 Stroke Development – Age: often 6 to 9 Elementary students

Swimmers in this class will learn to swim the length of the pool, deep water bobbing, rotary breathing, dive from standing position, elementary backstroke one width, sculling 5 yards or 15 seconds, back crawl one length, sidestroke and breaststroke 10 yards each, and turning among other skills. Swimmers will be swimming the width of the pool.

Level 5 Stroke Refinement – Age: Often 7 or older

Swimmers in this class will learn butterfly kick and improve the crawl, sidestroke, breaststroke, and backstroke. They learn alternate breathing and open turns from the front or back. They will learn to swim 50 yards using the back crawl and the front crawl and to dive from the board. These students can pass the pool test.

Stroke Improvement

Offered to swim team only. This is taught by the swim coaches and swimmers work on stroke technique of the four strokes, flip turns, and starts.

Private Swim Lessons:

Private lessons are available at your convenience. Payment is due to the pool at the time of the lesson.

The cost is $25 for 1/2 hour class for 1 student.

The cost is $35 for 1/2 hour class for 2 students.

Ask the front desk for a list of instructors you can reach out to for scheduling a private lesson.


Kids wanting to swim independently during open swim must pass the pool test. Ask an on-duty guard (not when the pool is super busy) to watch you do the following:

Swim 50 Yards (2 lengths of the pool) and tread water for 5 minutes.