At the Bryan Glazer Family JCC, learning to swim begins at an early age. We start our certified swim lessons for children beginning at 6 months.
Both individual and small group private swim lessons are available to help children overcome a fear of the water and learn the basic skills necessary for swimming competence. Multiple instructors are available to match your child's temperament and your schedule. All of our instructors are highly trained and adhere to teaching consistent swimming techniques.
We also offer adult swim lessons for beginners (including fear of the water) all the way up to competitive training. Private lessons will help to advance technique, improve your stroke, or simply learn to swim if you never have before.
Parent & Tot (6 months - 3 years) - This class is an interactive class designed for young children to gain confidence in and around the water.
Pre-school Swim Lessons (ages 3-5): Level 1 - Tadpole - This introductory class is for children who are new to swimming or nervous in the water.
Pre-school Swim Lessons (ages 3-5): Level 2 - Turtle - This level is for children who are comfortable in the pool and will go underwater without the assistance of an instructor.
Pre-school Swim Lessons (ages 3-5): Level 3 - Seal - This level is for children who can swim independently and are ready to learn the basics of all four competitive strokes.
Grade School Swim Lessons (age 6-12): Level 1 - Stingray - This level is for building confidence and to learn basic water safety skills through fun and games.
Grade School Swim Lessons (age 6-12): Level 2 - Otter - This level focuses on introducing all four competitive strokes. Graduates will be able to swim 15 yards of freestyle with side breathing, backstroke, breaststroke kick and dolphin kick.
Private Swim Lesson (age 3-adult) - One-on-one training with instructor. Semi-Private Swim Lesson - Semi-Private lessons offer great flexibility and personal attention, plus it's more fun swimming with a friend. Swimmers are responsible for providing their own co-participant.