Pueblo Swim Club Swim Lessons:

How do I know if my child needs swim lessons?
School age children need swim lessons to learn to swim on top of the water. Underwater swimming cannot save their lives! Children tire quickly underwater and trying to sustain underwater swimming may even cause a drowning! Learning a good freestyle stroke with proper air exchange will help your child build confidence in the water and may save his or her life. In addition to safety, swimming skills allow children to enjoy the variety of activities in and around water.

How long will it take to learn to swim?
This depends on your child’s age and level of fitness. It takes more lessons for preschoolers to learn the basic skills of floating, kicking, returning to the wall and rolling over on their back to breathe, float and rest. Older children learn more quickly and most learn to swim two or more strokes in 20 or so lessons.

At what age can my child begin taking swim lessons with the Pueblo Swim Club?  The Pueblo Swim Club works children starting at the age of 3.

 

Pueblo Swim Club Swim Lessons Provide:

  • An instructor to student ratio of 1 to 5 or better.
  • Trained instructors who are attentive, caring, and understand children.
  • Emphasis on excellent swimming techniques including body position and breathing skills.
  • On Deck supervision by experienced swim lesson instructor.

2020 PSC Winter Swim Lessons

Registration for 2020 February Swim Lessons opens for Members on Saturday, January 11

and for non-Members on Saturday, January 18

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All PSC Swim Lessons are held at Pueblo South High Pool


To register click on the Group (A or B) you wish to attend and follow the instructions.  If you are wanting to register more than one child be sure to add the second child before you finalize payment.  Otherwise you will have to wait at least 15 minutes to start the process again.  Payment options of Credit Card or check/cash is available through the registration process. 

If check/cash is selected, payment is expected on the first day of lessons.

If you have any problems or need assistance please contact Coach Katie @ coachkatie.psc@gmail.com

PSC provides scholarships to those who qualify.  Click here for more information about our Dolphin Assistance Program

ALL ABILITY LEVELS (BEG-ADV) ARE TAUGHT IN EACH GROUP

2020 February Swim Lessons

Group A

February 3-26, 2020

Monday & Wednesday

5:30-6:00pm

(8 - 30 min lessons)

$60/swimmer

Group B

February 3-26, 2020

Monday & Wednesday

6:00-6:30pm

(8 - 30 min lesssons)

$60/swimmer

A waiting list for the 2020 February LTS Session will be initiated on the first day of member registration (Saturday, January 11).

  • If you wish to be put on the waiting list please send an email (coachkatie.psc@gmail.com) with the subject "February Swim Lessons Wait List" on or after Jan. 11 with the following information: Swimmer full name, age, DOB, ability level (if known) and contact information.
  • Email request for waiting list received prior to Jan. 11 will not be accepted.
  • After getting on the waiting list, you should still try to sign up on the non-member registration date (January 18, 202). If it is full, we will draw from the waiting list. You will be contacted if we are able to get your child into that session.
  • The waiting list for PSC Swim Lessons is refreshed each month. This means that if your child does not get in on a given session, you will need to repeat this process the following month.  

ALL ABILITY LEVELS (BEG-ADV) ARE TAUGHT IN EACH GROUP


Pueblo Swim Club is a Make a Splash Partner!

About Make a Splash

The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash initiative is a national child-focused water safety campaign, which aims to provide the opportunity for every child in America to learn to swim. Through Make a Splash, the USA Swimming Foundation partners with learn-to-swim providers and water safety advocates across the country to provide swimming lessons and educate children and their families on the importance of learning how to swim. The USA Swimming Foundation has invested millions of dollars to provide grants to qualified Local Partner learn-to-swim programs, to spread national awareness, and to bring together strategic partners to end drowning.  To date, more than 2 million children have received the lifesaving gift of swim lessons through the USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Local Partner network, comprised of more than 600 qualified lesson providers across the nation. To learn more, visit www.usaswimmingfoundation.org/makeasplash.