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Why do you pay so much money for you child to swim?

You pay for those moments when your child becomes so tired that they want to quit, but don't.

You pay for those days when the child comes home from school and is "too tired" to go to practice, but goes anyway. 

You pay for your child to learn to be disciplined. 

You pay for your child to learn to listen to and take care of his/her own body.

You pay for your child to learn to work with others and to be a good teammate. 

You pay for your child to learn to see "failure" as a learning experience even when they worked so hard to get that PR, but didn't. 

You pay for your child to learn to make their own goals and accomplish them.

You pay for your child to learn that it takes hours and hours and hours and hours of hard work and practice to create a champion and that success does not happen overnight. 

You pay for the opportunity for your child (and you!) to make and have life-long friendships. 

You pay so that your child can be in the pool instead of in front of a screen. 

You pay for opportunities for your child to develop attributes and transferrable life skills which will serve them well throughout their life which gives them the opportunity to bless the lives of others. 

The list is endless, and while it seems as if you are investing a lot of money into just swimming, it is more than that and is one of the greatest investments you can make for your child!

Are you ready to invest in your child's well-being and future? Click the following link to download our Information Packet for in-depth financial details: EPAP Information Packet