Support community-based swim programs that guide children and their families toward healthy lifestyles through exercise and competition.
Provide financial assistance to ensure children and their families have access to swim lessons.
Supply expertise and support to organizations that promote competitive swimming.
Know Before You Go!™, Water Safety For All is a 43-minute video intended for individuals and families. This includes resources to lead parents in a “deeper dive” into each topic. There are additional resources to help parents explain these concepts to younger children ages 3–7 and can be adapted for students with special needs.
Get Ready, Get Wet
Build comfort and confidence in preparation for actual swim instruction. These classes introduce new swimmers to the water. Children as young as 3 years old can participate if an adult family member joins them in the water.
Learn to Swim
Learn proper breathing and streamlining techniques. For individuals who haven’t had swim lessons but are comfortable in the water. Swimmers must be a mature 6 years of age or older, able to stand in 4’5″ of water, and capable of taking direction from an instructor independent from their parents.
Competitive Stroke Enhancement
Learn skills in preparation for joining a competitive team. For swimmers who have good freestyle and backstroke but want to learn breaststroke, butterfly, starts and turns. Alternatively an advanced class is available for swimmers who are already on a swim team but need to refine their technique. The advanced class is appropriate for triathletes, competitive swimmers, and water sport clinic participants.