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The Swim America lesson program was developed by the American Swim Coaches Association in order to provide the finest learn-to-swim progression in the world. It is a “technique oriented” and “goal driven” program based on a station teaching method.  There are 10 stations or graduation points designed to reward the child at every phase of the lesson progression.  In addition, we strive to teach proper stroke techniques from the beginning. Our lesson supervisor is on the deck during the lesson program for you to discuss your child’s improvement and to insure the efficient progress of each session.   The Swim America Lesson program is run both as an adjunct or feeder program to Silver Hawk Aquatics and as a service to the community.

Swim Lesson Policies, Click to Read

The Lesson Choices

Non-Swimmers & Swimmers 4 and under:
15 minute one on one

Cost:  $55/session  (4 lessons)
          $50/session additional sessions

Swimmers 5 and older:
Swimmers should be swimming on their own and comfortable in the pool

30 minute one on one
Cost:  $110/session  (4 lessons)
          $100/session additional sessions

Group - minimum of 3 swimmers Fall Only
Cost:  $40/session  (4 lessons)

Registration

Registration for ALL swim lessons will be done on our website.  Visit our home page by clicking here and going to the program registration tab at the bottom of the page.   Registration is currently open for all lessons.

Any questions about swim lessons please email lessons@silverhawkaquatics.com

Summer Dates & Times   

         Summer 10:  August 6 - August 9

         Morning:    9 am - 12 pm
        Evening:    4 pm - 7 pm

         15 minute one on ones start every 15 minutes
         30 minute one on ones start on the hour or half hour

Fall Dates & Times

  Morning Lessons:
      9 - 11 am - 15 minute one on one
      Monday - Thursday

  Evening Lessons:
     4 - 7 pm - 15 minute one on one
     4 - 7 pm - 30 minute one on one
     6:15 pm - group lesson   (must have minimum of 3 swimmers)