Swim instruction is offered for all ages and abilities. Most of our swim lessons are held in the 2' - 3' deep area of the pool where students can easily stand. Students spend their class time in the water -- not sitting on the side of the pool waiting for "their turn." Parents can sit at the tables on the pool deck and watch their child's swim lesson. We have Little Swimmers classes through Stroke Clinic and Pre-Team for advanced swimmers. We teach our students how to swim using a supportive, structured and FUN environment. Our instructors encourage students to try new skills as they gain self-confidence in the water. Our instructors are certified lifeguards and most of them have a minimum of 2 years of experience teaching swim lessons.
Sign up for our swim programs through Club Automation. Check out below the list of various swim classes we offer.
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Classes are broken up by age and ability. Our program has 5 levels--each level has specific skills students must accomplish before moving to the next level. Students also learn Safety Skills (ex. look before you leap) at every level. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion when they have completed the skills and are ready to advance to the next level.
Class Size and Length
Our classes have 4 - 6 students per instructor. We MUST have a minimum of 3 students to hold a class. Classes that don't have the required number of students may be cancelled, and students will be unenrolled/contacted about other options for taking the class on an alternate day or time.
Swim classes for Levels 1 - 4 meet for 30 minutes, Level 5 meets for 45 minutes and Stroke Clinics/Pre-Team meet for 1 hour.
***We no longer offer “member” prices for swim lessons. It is a set price for members and non-members.
Home School Swim Program
Description: Group lessons for the home school children will be offered Tuesdays through Fridays.
Beginner 10-11am; 11-12 (no experience necessary)
Intermediate 10-11am (Tue, Thu); 11-12 (Wed, Fri)
(can swim two strokes)
Advanced 10-11am (Wed, Fri); 11-12 (Tue, Thu)
(can swim 3 strokes, some knowledge of butterfly)
Level 3 Lessons
Students: Children must be able to "swim" 2m on their stomach with their face in the water (unassisted) and back float without assistance.
Goal: Students will be able to swim 5m freestyle and backstroke kick, try to use freestyle side breathing, roll over while swimming, and tread water for 5 seconds.
Students: Students must be able to swim 25m freestyle, 25m backstroke, 15m breaststroke. Students will be swimming 1/2 lengths of the pool
Goal: Students will improve their stroke technique for all 4 competitive strokes, be able to swim repeated 25-50m freestyle, backstroke & breaststroke, will learn butterfly, racing dives into 5' deep water and flip turns.
Level 1 Lessons
Students: Children with little or no water experience who will not put their face in the water. Students must be comfortable with an instructor.
Goal: Students will be comfortable in the water and putting their faces in the water, instructor assisted front and back floating, kicking, jumping, and turning.
Level 4 Lessons
Students: Children must be able to swim 5m freestyle taking at least 1 breath without stopping, 5m backstroke kick and tread water for 5 seconds.
Goal: Students will be able to swim freestyle with side breathing for 15m and backstroke for 10m, will learn the breaststroke kick and pull and tread water for 30 seconds.
Level 2 Lessons
Students: Non-swimmers who can comfortably put their face in the water but cannot get their feet off the pool bottom without help (kickboard).
Goal: Students will be able to fully submerge for 3 seconds, "swim" 2m with their face in the water, back float, and comfortably jump into shallow water unassisted.
Level 5 Lessons
Students: Students must be able to swim 15m freestyle with side breathing and swim 10m backstrokes, breaststroke kick and tread water for 30 seconds.
Goal: Students will be able to swim 25m freestyle and backstroke, breaststroke 15m, introduced to butterfly, flip turns, and diving/tread water for 1min
Suggestions when Registering for Group Swim Lessons
Read the Class Descriptions to determine your child's swim level.
Students usually need to repeat a level a few times before they are proficient enough with the skills to advance to the next level.
Do not register your child for a class that is too advanced. Instructors teach the skills required for the scheduled level and cannot take time away from these students to teach different skills to a child who is in the wrong level.
If your child does not meet the level requirements at the first lesson, your child will be moved to another class if space is available and a $10 transfer fee will be assessed. If no space is available, your child will be withdrawn from the class and a pro-rated credit will be issued. No Refunds.
On the last day of class, instructors will issue Certificates of Completion to students who have successfully completed the skills required for their level.
Remember to check your schedule BEFORE registering for swim lessons. There is a $10 charge to change any of your class information once you have register.
Note: Ages are guidelines NOT absolute cut-offs. Children more than 2 years older than the guidelines need approval from the Aquatics Director to register for the class. Levels usually need to be repeated to complete the skills required for completion. You can ask your child's instructor what level what level to take.
Private lessons are a great way to ensure that your child receives personalized instruction. To schedule private/semi-private lessons, please email us here. Remember to include the days & times you are available to take lessons. Students taking semi-private lessons should be at approximately the same swim level. Swim lessons are not guaranteed, and can only be taught at both the instructor and pool availability.
Note: This means lessons after 4pm on weekdays will be exceedingly difficult to schedule, as instructors and pool availability is most limited. Contact your instructor directly at least 12 hours before any lesson you will miss to avoid being charged a cancellation fee.
Lifeguard Training and CPR (American Red Cross Certification)
For more information, visit Champion Swim Club
Administrative Policies and Procedures
The American Red Cross requires 6-10 students for a class to run. We should receive your registration form and payment at least one week prior to the class starting date. If there are not enough students registered and paid by this time, we will notify you and refund the class fee.
PRE-COURSE FOR LIFEGUARD TRAINING (done on the first day of class)
Students must complete the following pre-course in order to participate in the Lifeguard Training class
1. Swim 300 meters (non-stop, not timed)
100 meters freestyle
100 meters breaststroke
100 meters of freestyle or breaststroke
2. Swim 25 meters, pick up a 10 lb. brick from a depth of at least 7 feet and swim it back to the starting point with both hands on the brick.
CANCELLATION- Because classes have a minimum student requirements, 7 days notice is required for participant cancellation to receive a full refund.- With 4-6 days notice, a student will receive a refund minus a $25.00 administrative fee.- Students who do not give at least three days notice will forfeit their payment.- If a student becomes ill and is unable to complete the course, a class credit will be issued and must be used within 3 months of the issue date.- If a student is unable to complete the pre-course requirements, the student can either re-attempt the pre-course or receive a refund minus a $25.00 pre-course/administrative fee.
Note: Training classes may be held at Quince Orchard Swim & Tennis Club, or other facilities. Check with your instructor to verify your location.