We offer packages for group, semi-private, and private lessons. Most kids do great in a group, even if at first they are a little timid.  Peer pressure can go a long way, even with the littles! Students are always grouped by age (ages 3-5, and 6 and up)and skill level, so it is important to be as accurate as you can with this information.

The preschool age groups max at 4 students.  Once they are school age, and they are proficient in swimming lengths of the pool, the groups max at 6. This type of group is often coached and managed mostly from the deck. (Think swim team level coaching/stroke technique.)

Our semi-private lessons are a great option for students that have a friend at the same skill level, or parents looking for more individualized time at a more economical price.  If you don’t have someone in mind to pair with your student, we can help match you with someone.

Our private lessons are completely individualized to the specific needs of the student. The instructor can often accomplish progression in a very short time. On occasion, there are kids who really need private lessons. Those with excessive fear, and those whose skill level is far beneath their peers are great candidates for that.

All lessons of course consist of helping the student work toward the next swimming progression, whatever that is for them.  But we also discuss basic water safety, boat safety, and what to do if they see someone drowning. In the past we’ve had parents request a safety class to cover that in more detail with their children. We are happy to do that upon request.  Just let us know! Part of our mission is to teach as many kids as we can to keep them safe in the water!

Lesson Package Pricing:

Group: (up to 4) $80/child
Semi-Pvt.: $100/child
Private: $140/child

*Lesson packages include four consecutive day (30-minutes) lessons.

4 thoughts on “Lessons

  1. Hello, I have a 2 year old and an 8 month old that I’m interested in sharing a 30 min lesson. What is the youngest you teach? She will be 11 months at the beginning of June. I live in Parkstone neighborhood and would love to be able to do a semiprivate lesson for cost effectiveness. Is this possible if I have 2? I’m just trying to find out my options here. I also see that your packages say these are for 4 consecutive days. Is this your recommendation? To do consecutive days for a couple of weeks for maximum benefit?

    I look forward to hearing from you!


    1. Hello Chantrl,

      We currently do not teach infants. We usually start lessons around 2 years of age. If you would like to schedule lessons for your 2 yr old, we are currently scheduling lessons in Mid-June. Private lessons are $140 for the four day package. Another option would be to try to find other 2 yr-olds in your neighborhood to do a semi-private or group lesson together.


  2. Hey I would like to register my 6 turns 7 in July) and 2 year old. Can they do a semi private lesson or should I do private lessons? Also how many lessons should we do? My son would rather sink then swim but loves the water. 🤯 I just can’t tech him for some reason! I live in Wild Meadows.


    1. They cannot do lessons together because of their age difference. It would not be beneficial for them. Most children are able to pick up the skills we teach in one set of lessons. Some parents choose to do another set because they are so pleased with the progress and want to continue. Our private lessons are $140 and that includes four consecutive days, Mon-Thurs, 30 minute lessons. We do require prepayment to confirm lessons. Would you like to schedule a week/time?


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