Swim With Bill Lessons
Welcome to Swim With Bill Registration Platform! The registration process is simple for both new and returning families. Upon registration, you'll get access to your own private account to view/edit your contact information and current and past class histories.
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Parent-Tot (Ages 0-3)
For children 4 months to 3 years, we offer Parent-Tot Lessons, which are run in a 90 degree River Pool at our Marmion Location and a 90 degree Therapy Pool at the USA Athletic Club.
At Swim With Bill we know that the interactions you have with your children in the pool are crucial to their overall development both as children and young swimmers. This class is designed to teach parents the skills necessary to safely interact with and teach their children at the pool in a fun and productive way.
Preschool (Ages 3-5)
We offer our preschool lessons program to or our younger swimmers who comfortable being in the water without a parent. At Swim With Bill, our specialized preschool curriculum is designed to take young swimmers who are familiar with the water and teach them to be comfortable swimming and treading water unassisted.
School Age (Ages 5-18)
We offer School Age Lessons at all four of our locations across Chicagoland. Using the SwimAmerica curriculum, Swim With Bill teaches the most efficient swimming techniques in a simple, easy to follow format where each level builds on the skills learned in previous levels.
Adult Lessons (Ages 18+)
Swim With Bill is a highly successful way for adults to quickly learn to swim correctly and safely. We customize our Adult Learn to Swim programs for each swimmer. Whether you are excited about learning the basics or are overcoming a fear of the water, our expert adult instructors will design a program that helps you reach your goals.
At Swim With Bill, our expert coaches know that proper stroke technique is paramount to becoming a faster swimmer. Whether you're swimming distance freestyle or a 50-yard butterfly, our clinics will address key points and common flaws in your stroke.