Ducklings (P-Level 1)
Turtles (P-Level 2)/Orcas (Y-Level 1)
Orcas class is meant for beginners with the following skills or those who have not done lessons before:
1. Learn how to become more comfortable being in the water.
2. Blow bubbles and put their face in the water.
3. Front and back float with assistance.
The goal for Orcas level is to have the swimmers get comfortable and increase confidence levels of being in the swimming pool. As well as to be able to float on their front & back along with doing front/back strokes with assistance.
Sea Otters (P-Level 3)/Penguins (Y-Level 2)
Sea Otters develop into an independent and efficient preschool swimmer. In this level, they will master the front crawl stroke, elementary backstroke and backstroke. They will also be introduced to whip kick and dolphin kick, transitioning into more advanced strokes. Penguins focus on safety and swimming fundamentals. In this level your child will be introduced to front stroke, side breathing techniques, breaststroke kicks and dolphin kicks.
Stingrays (P-Level 4)/Dolphins (Y-Level 3)
Stingrays gain skill and technique towards further distances and endurance swimming. This class will prepare swimmers for intermediate youth level classes through side breathing (pool width) and backstrokes by themselves.They will be introduced to new strokes such as breaststroke and butterfly. Dolphins focus on stroke development. They will learn basic skills to begin building a foundation for advanced swimming. They will be introduced to side breathing, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and butterfly
Sharks (Y-Level 4)
Sharks focus is that swimmers will join this class with a basic understanding of all the strokes. The instructor will build on what they have already learned and perfect their stroke. The end objective of this class is joining our Pre-Competitive swim class.
6 - 13yrs Pre-Competition
This class prepares your swimmer for swim team. They’ll learn regulations and expectations of competitive swimming.
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