2019 PCST Summer Swim Lessons


PCST Lessons will increase your child’s comfort level and safety in the water, as well as begin teaching them the fundamental strokes needed to join a swim team.  Our instructors will be in the water with athletes helping to teach and guide them as they learn to be comfortable and proficient in the water.   PCST Lessons is offered each spring, summer, and fall. Lesson days, times, and frequency may vary by season and session.

  

Summer Lessons Registration for Session 1 will open Monday April 22

Summer Lessons Registration for Session 2 is TBA


LOCATION:
Mosley High School Pool 
    
SESSION DATES: 
Each sessions has 8 classes, two times per week
Session 1: June 3- June 28
Session 2: July 1- July 26
   
DAYS AND TIMES
Classes are done two per week.  See the individual classes listed for times and days of the week
Class 1: 10:00-10:45 AM on Wednesdays and Fridays
Class 2: 11:00-11:45 AM on Wednesdays and Fridays
Class 3: 10:00-10:45 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Class 4: 11:00-11:45 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Class 5:  5:30-6:15 PM on Mondays and Wednesdays
Class 6:  6:30-7:15  PM on Mondays and Wednesdays
Class 7: 5:30-6:15 PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
Class 8:  6:30-7:15  PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays
  
PCST SUMMER LESSONS CLASS SCHEDULE
Class Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10:00-10:45 AM No Classes CLASS 3 CLASS 1 CLASS 3 CLASS 1
11:00-11:45 AM No Classes CLASS 4 CLASS 2 CLASS 4 CLASS 2
5:30-6:15 PM CLASS 5 CLASS 7 CLASS 5 CLASS 7 No Classes
6:30-7:15 PM CLASS 6 CLASS 8 CLASS 6 CLASS 8 No Classes

   
PROGRAM COST:   
$125.00 for the eight class session
   
HOW TO REGISTER:
We use online registration for PCST Swim Lessons.  When registering you will be able to select your class time​ based on availability.  Class spots are filled on a first come first serve basis
  
To continue with online registration please CLICK HERE (link will not be active until registration opens) and follow the instructions.
   

LESSONS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: When do you offer PCST Lessons?
A: We offer PCST Lessons in the spring, summer, and fall.  Dates, class times, and registration info is listed on the lessons page when available.

Q: How many lessons are offered each session?
A:  When you register for PCST Lessons you have signed up for 8 available classes.  These classes meet either twice a week for four weeks or once a week for eight weeks, based on seasons.

Q: Is the pool heated?
A:  Yes, the pool is heated during colder months and cooled during warmer months keeping the water temperature comfortable each season.

Q: Can I bring my child to any days or times offered?
A: No, when you register for PCST Lessons you are selecting the days and time you will be attending.  Due to limited class sizes and instructor to swimmer ratios we can not let swimmers attend days or times they are not registered for.

Q:  My schedule unexpectedly changed; can my child come to a different class?
A:  We understand that schedule conflicts can occur without notice.  While we can not offer class changes for an absence, if your schedule is permanently changing we will do our best to reschedule you to a new class time for the remainder of the session based on remaining class openings.

 Q: What happens if it rains?
A: If you are a Florida resident, you know that it can be sunny one minute, and raining the next. Although we experience inconsistent showers, we suggest bringing your child to practice regardless.  We have found that often it may be storming at your house, but not at the pool.  We will NOT get in the pool during thunderstorms, heavy rain, or lightning.  If weather prevents a class we will attempt to offer a "Make-up day" for swimmers who attend the canceled practice, however we will not offer multiple Make-up days for each weather incident and will NOT offer Make-up days for absences. 

Q: What should I bring to practice?
A: Your swim suit, goggles, and a towel! Both boys and girls swim suits should be form fitting. Goggles are not required, but HIGHLY recommended. All swimming is done in the water...not wearing goggles will be detrimental to your eyes as well as being very distracting when learning the proper technique.


FOR MORE  INFORMATION:
Head Coach Brian Email:  brianehaddad@gmail.com