Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Session: Early Fall 4
Location: Foster Aquatic Center
- Monday, September 25th (7:30 a.m.) through Thursday, September 28th (5:30 p.m.)
- You will be able to register for our Learn to Swim Program online. A link to registration will be posted when registration starts. Only online payment will be accepted during the registration period.
- There is no walk-in registration for these sessions.
- First week of classes: Monday, October 3rd through Thursday, October 6th
- Second week of classes: Monday, October 10th through Thursday, October 13th
- All times are subject to change at any time and are pending instructor availability.
- Not all levels are available at all time slots.
- All classes are 30 minutes long.
Lessons will be held at the Foster Aquatic Center. You will choose the time, level, and location during registration. A limited number of lesson slots will be available. Parent-Child. Preschool 1-3, Levels 1-6, and Adult will be offered where possible. To see what classes are still available, go to the registration page and click on the Details button. Once registration starts, that Details button changes to a Register button, and the pop-up shows which classes are still available; it updates as people register.
For Swim Level Chart, Level Placement, and to learn more about our Learn to Swim Program, please visit our Learn to Swim page.
Swim lesson registration is for seven (7) or eight (8) weekday classes. Any classes canceled due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances will be refunded at the end of each two-week set of classes.
Group Swimming Lessons are divided by age and by skill level. Due to the many skills required to graduate from each level, it is not uncommon for children to repeat a class. Our overall goal for swim lessons is to help your swimmer become more comfortable and safer in an aquatic environment. We work towards skill proficiency at each level.
Swimmers can advance to the next level when they meet the objectives of their current level, which are the same as the entry requirements for the next level. On the first day of class, if a student is found to be in the wrong level, they will either be moved to the correct level if there are open slots or the registration fee will be refunded.