Welcome to the Space City Aquatic Team swim lesson electronic registration page. The registration process is simple for both new and returning families.
Select/click on the desired Program below [Blue bar(s) below]
Select the Group Lesson tab.
Select the Level (Red/White/Blue)
Click on the RedClass Cost/Days/Times to pick the day and time
Click on the red Register Button
SCAT Learn to Swim participants will be taught a skill progression to foster a love of the sport while learning an important life skill. All lessons will be run as a block of 8 class sessions. Fall classes will run Tuesday & Thursdays for four weeks. Each lesson is 30 min in duration with a class size of 6 or less. The cost for an 8 lesson session is $125, with an annual registration fee of $25.
Students need only have a swim suit (one piece or tankini for girls) and a pair of goggles. Swim shirts are not recommended as they weigh swimmers down in the water and prevent them from doing skills properly. Girls are recommended to tie up their hair or wear a swim cap to keep their hair out of their face.
We have tried to make the registration process as simple as possible. Please read through the class skills when registering your child. Children are grouped by age and skill to ensure a fun learning environment. If you have any questions, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Learn to Swim: Classes are sold in 8 class sessions. April will be our first session of 2018. Session start / end information:
Summer LTS-Monday-Thursday evenings at Hometown Heroes Pool
June 4 - June 14 , registration open now
June 18 - June 28, registration open now
July 2 - July 12, registration opens June 18
July 16 - July 26, registration opens June 18
Private Lessons: Private lessons are available Monday to Friday depending on the availablity of our instructors. Please contact Coach Philipp about availablity prior to purchase. CoachPhilipp@swimscat.com
If you'd like to sign up for a lesson already in progress, please contact Coach Philipp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Teaching swimmers from blowing bubbles to stroke fundamentals"