For more than 160 years, the YMCA has nurtured potential and united communities across America to create lasting, meaningful change. Everything the Y does is in service of building a better us. One of the most effective ways to accomplish this is to teach youth, teens, and adults to swim, so they can stay safe around water and learn the skills they need to make swimming a lifelong pursuit for staying healthy.
Our Y swim instructors are nationally certified. Their training includes CPR, AED, First Aid and Oxygen Administration. Swim lessons provide important life skills that could save a life and will benefit students for a lifetime.
All ages - from infants to seniors - can learn to swim at the Y. What age group does the student fall into? What swim stage is the student ready for? The specific days and times of our classes can be found when you register on-line or by reviewing our Program Guide.
Have questions? Call the Y or speak with anyone in our Aquatics Department or on our Member Services Team. For a full listing of our swim lesson class options, days and times – please visit our Home Page and review our Program Guide.
Answer the questions below to find the swim lesson that fits.
Free swim lesson assessments are available to determine the appropriate swim lesson stage for each student. Students who took lessons under the previous Y swim lesson structure (with level names like Pike, Ray, Eel) can easily transition to the new curriculum. Discuss what level is appropriate with anyone in our Aquatics Department, or register for the Stage that is most appropriate for the swimmer’s abilities and our trained staff will place students in the correct Stage during the first lesson.
We provide classes of all kinds for children with disabilities. Classes are tailored around the individual or group’s needs. Instructors will lead the class in water adjustment, water safety, and stroke development. An emphasis will be placed on increasing flexibility, balance, range of motion, muscle tone and coordination as well as general social skills.
FEE: 30 minutes – 6 sessions $135
Bring the kids to our warm water pool for quality family time during our Family Open Swim Program. Families are welcome to bring children of all ages to enjoy our pool. Children under the age of 12 must have a supervising adult with them in the pool area. Children 9 and under are required to have a parent in the water, ages 9-12 need a parent on deck. Any non-swimmer must wear a US Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device in the shallow end of the pool and must have an adult in the water within arm’s reach. To swim in the deep end, a swim test will be administered by a lifeguard.
WHEN & TIME: Wednesdays 6:30 pm – 7:45 pm, Saturdays 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
FEE: Adults (ages 18+) $5, Youth (ages 0-17) $3
Enjoy an hour of swimming in our heated pool with family and friends! Pool parties include a community room for 1 hour. A parent/guardian, at least 18 years of age, must accompany any child 5 and under in the water at all times. Parents/guardians of children under age 8 who have passed the swim test must remain on the pool deck. All swimmers age 8 or older who have passed the swim test may use the pool on their own.
Any non-swimmer must wear a US Coast Guard approved Personal Flotation Device in the shallow end of the pool and must have an adult in the water within arm’s reach. All participants in the water will be totaled.
WHEN: Saturdays 2:30-4:30 pm / Pool Time: 2:30-3:30 pm
FEE: $250 (max 25 participants). Additional fees may apply depending on the number of participants.
CONTACT: Justine Dupree, Aquatic Director, E email@example.com
AGES: 3 and up
One-on-one private swim lessons with a trained swim instructor are available to fit your busy schedule. Each 30-minute session is scheduled between the instructor and the participant. Bring a friend or family member, two-on-one semi-private swim lessons are available as well.
INDIVIDUAL LESSONS: $60 for 1 / $95 for 2 / $150 for 4
SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS: $70 for 1 / $115 for 2 / $195 for 4
Our lifeguards are here to ensure your safety and have the authority to restrict any behavior deemed unsafe. Y members and guests must follow all safety guidelines or may be asked to leave the pool area.