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Location: Rocklin High School and Click Here for TV media about our Program!

Swim Lesson Class Prerequisites and Descriptions:


Minnow (Parent/Infant/Toddler)

  • Ages 6 months to 3 years with parent
  • Must be able to hold head up
  • Parent must attend each class and be in the water with their child

This program provides a basic introduction to the aquatic environment focusing on the parent and child as one learning unit. Course objectives: observation and practice of safe and effective use of floatation devices; introduction to supported movement and other skills in the water; positive exposure to water adjustment activities; and, introduction to appropriate water safety skills. It is important to understand that this program is not designed to teach children to become accomplished swimmers, or even to survive in the water on their own.  The program provides information and techniques for parents to orient their children to the water and provides parents and children with a fun recreational activity to do together. 


Starfish- (Preschool)

  • Ages 3-5 years
  • Under no exceptions are children under age 3 allowed in this class

The Starfish class develops a comfort level in and around the water, as well as a readiness for learning to swim.  Course Objectives: positive exposure to water adjustment skills; introduction to elementary propulsion in the water, and introduction to basic water safety skills.


Clownfish- (Advanced Preschool)

  • Ages 3-5 years
  • Child must enter and go under water easily
  • Swim 1 yard unassisted
  • Jump to instructor from deck

The Clownfish class practices freestyle with rhythmic breathing; combined stroke on back and deep water adjustment. Course Objectives: development of freestyle; increase endurance and strength; development of combined stroke on back; and, adjustment to deep water.


Jelly Fish (New Beginner)

  • Ages 5-9
  • Designed for children with limited water experience

The Jelly Fish class is an introduction to water safety and water adjustment. Course objectives: Positive exposure to adjustment skills; and development of basic swimming skills including floating, gliding, kicking, freestyle, and backstroke.


Sea Turtle (Beginner) 

  • Ages 6-14
  • Must be comfortable going under water
  • Able to swim 10-15 yards unassisted
  • Able to float and propel self on back

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  • Passed the Jellyfish class.

The Sea Turtle class introduces backstroke, as well as rotary rhythmic breathing and continues to refine and strengthen the freestyle. Course Objectives: further development of the freestyle swimming in deep water and other deep water skills; diving; and safety skills.


Manta Ray (Advanced Beginner)

  • Ages 6-14
  • Able to swim front crawl 25 yards unassisted
  • Able to swim back crawl or elementary backstroke
  • Dives or Jumps in

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  • Passed the Sea Turtle class.

The Manta Ray class emphasizes increased coordination and endurance. Course Objectives: further development of deep-water skills; increased endurance and refinement of freestyle and back stroke; introduction to breaststroke and sidestroke; and safety skills.


Otter (Stroke Development/Improvement)

  • Ages 6-14
  • Able to swim 50 yards unassisted
  • Able to swim 25 yards of backstroke
  • Able to dive form the side of the pool

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  • Passed the Manta Ray class.

The Otter class introduces advanced stroke technique as well as diving and turns, and further develops endurance. Course Objectives: continued development of elementary backstroke, breaststroke, and sidestroke; perform freestyle, backstroke, and elementary backstroke with increased distances; diving from diving boards; open turns; and safety skills


Dolphin (Stroke Refinement/Endurance)

  • Ages 6-14
  • Able to swim 100 yards front crawl with side breathing
  • Can swim back stroke and breaststroke 50 yards
  • Able to dive from the side of the pool.

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  • Passed the Otter class.

The Dolphin class polishes strokes and promotes proficiency in all fundamental skills and strokes. Students will also be introduced to swimming for fitness. Course Objectives: improved endurance and proficiency of freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke, and butterfly; introduction to approach stroke, flip turns, racing starts, surface dives, conditioning principles; and safety skills.


Whale (Pre-Competitive/Competitive)

  • Ages 6-14
  • Able to swim 200 yards continuously
  • Able to swim backstroke, and breaststroke, 50 yards
  • Able to swim 25 yards of butterfly
  • Able to dive

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  • Passed the Dolphin class

The Whale class focuses on the development of competitive swimming skills. Swimmers will be taught racing techniques such as proper starts, turns and finishes. This is a great class if your child has an interest in competitive swimming or is currently swimming on a recreational swim team.  Swimmers will also learn how to read a pace clock and training principles. 


Shark (Adaptive)

  • Ages 3-14
  • One on one instruction for children with mental or physical disabilities

Private Lessons (All Levels)

  • Ages 2 years 9 months and older.
  • Classes are structured to meet individual needs

Adult Lessons

  • Ages 12+
  • Adult lessons are structured to meet the needs of the individual students

Splash!  Pre-Competitive Swim Team

Practices are held Monday through Thursday from mid June through early August.

Prerequisites: Must be able to swim 50 yards unassisted and be comfortable jumping into and swimming in deep water.

Location: Whitney High School

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Refunds will be offered minus $25.00 administrative fee until 3 days prior to start of class. NO REFUNDS WILL BE OFFERED AFTER THIS DATE.