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Flounders

Ages 2- 3 years

• For children with beginner skills that are enrolling in their very first swim lesson

• Focusing on breath control, kicks, supported floats, safety skills and water comfort.

Grunion I

Ages 3- 5 years

• For the beginner swimmer who is unsure in the water.

• Focusing on breath control, supported floats, kicking, safety skills and beginner swim stroke.

Grunion II

Ages 3- 5 years

• For the beginner swimmer who is comfortable in the water

• Focusing on more independent skills including crawl stroke, kicks, unsupported floats, glides and safety skills.

Shrimp I

Ages 4- 6 years

• For children at preschool age who are comfortable in the water and good swimmers but lack the knowledge of

swim strokes.  

• Focusing on improving technique of swim strokes and endurance

• Children should be able to swim 5 yards alone.

Shrimp II

Ages 4- 6 years

• For children with knowledge of swim strokes who wish to improve their endurance.

• Children should be able to swim a 15 yards independently at the beginning of Shrimp II.

• This level is comparable to the Seals level but is designed for younger children

Seahorse

Ages 6- 12 years

• This level is designed for older children that have some prior experience in the water but need help coordinating swim stroke and increasing endurance.

• This level is comparable to the Grunion II level but is designed for older children to increase their comfort in the water.

Seals

Ages 6- 12 years

• This level is designed for students who have passed the Seahorse level or Shrimp II level and/ or have the skill to swim the entire length of the pool comfotably.

• Focusing on wider range of swim strokes and techniques while increasing endurance.

Stingrays

Ages 6- 12 years

• This level is designed for swimmers that have passes the Seals level and/or can swim 25 yards.

• Focusing on stroke refinement and increasing their knowledge of swimming.

Dolphin & Swordfish

Ages 6-12 years

• This level is designed for swimmers that have passed the Stingrays level and/or can swim several lengths of the pool successfully and with good stroke technique.

• Focusing on endurance and detailed stroke refinement.

Private and semi-private swim lessons

Private Swim Lessons are available year round, to children and adults of all ages. These lessons can be arranged to best suit your schedule throughout the week and weekend. An opening contract consists of four half-hour lessons. To arrange private swim lessons please contact the Aquatics Director, Kristin Neth, by email, kristin@srsrc.com.

Lessons are priced per half hour lesson, and is dependent on number of people in the lesson. An opening contract is a minimum of four half-hour lessons.

Member

  • Private: $35 per half hour

  • Semi-Private with 2 people: $45 per half hour

  • Semi-Private with 3 people: $55 per half hour

  • $10 additional for every person added to semi-private lessons​

Nonmember

  • Private: $50 per half hour

  • Semi-Private with 2 people: $60 per half hour

  • Semi-Private with 3 people: $70 per half hour

  • $10 additional for every person added to semi-private lessons