The Y is "America's Swim Instructor" and the most accessible community resource to prevent drowning and encourage a lifelong enjoyment of swimming. The Y introduced the country to the concept of group swim lessons more than 100 years ago, in 1909. Each year the Y teaches more than a million children invaluable water safety and swimming skills. Thanks to its size and reach, the Y is in a unique position to help bridge the gap in the delivery of swim lessons and water safety education in the U.S. - especially in underserved communities.
Parent-Tot Swim Lessons (Ages 6 mos - 2 yrs)
Our objective is to get the child and parent comfortable in the water. The parent will become aware of how to teach children to be safe in and around the water. Classes are designed to allow the child to have fun in the water through singing songs and playing games.
Preschool Swim Lessons (Ages 3 - 5 yrs)
Preschool Group Swim Lessons help promote social development in a fun, structured, and supervised atmosphere with a group of peers. Your child will learn basic survival skills, stroke technique, and may even overcome a fear of the water by observing other children practicing their skills.
Youth Swim Lessons (Ages 6 - 12yrs)
Youth Group Swim Lessons are taught by caring YMCA swim instructors using the guidelines of the YMCA youth program. Introduces basic water adjustment, floating, breath control, basic stroke techniques, and water safety.
HomeSchool Swim Lessons
Group swim lessons that have been structured for homeschool families. These lessons are taught by caring YMCA swim instructors using the guidelines of the YMCA preschool & youth program. Children are taught water safety, stroke development, games, and aquatic independence.