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Youth Group Swimming Lessons

Mondays and Wednesday

Remember, you don't have to be a kid to enjoy swimming!

6:30pm - 8pm

Moon Snail Swim Lessons Session 1 (Pre-Level 1)  Participant Info Form

Moon Snail Swim Lessons Session 2 (Pre-Level 1)

In Moon Snail reluctant swimmers aged 2 and up will be introduced to the water slowly. Instructors will use songs, games, and activities in order to ease the transition into Starfish. Swimmers will pass into Starfish once they can consistently follow directions and feel comfortable doing the activities introduced to them in Moon Snail. 

 Starfish Swim Lessons Session 1 (Level 1)  Participant Info Form

Starfish Swim Lessons Session 2 (Level 1) 

In Starfish, through activities and games swimmers will be strengthening their front and back swimming skills. In order to pass into Geoduck, swimmers must be able to consistently swim 5 yards (wall to flags) on their front and back without assistance and comfortably put their face in the water.

Geoduck Swim Lessons session 1 (Level 2)  Participant Info Form

Geoduck Swim Lessons session 2 (Level 2)

In Geoduck swimmers will begin learning crawl stroke, backstroke, and elementary whip kick as well as beginning work on dives. In order to pass into Jellyfish swimmers must be able to consistently swim 5 yards of crawl stroke and backstroke unassisted as well as perform a knee dive properly into deep water.

Jellyfish Swim Lessons Session 1 (Level 3)  Participant Info Form

Jellyfish Swim Lessons Session 2 (Level 3)

In Jellyfish swimmers will be refining crawl stroke and backstroke, learning elementary backstroke and whip kick and will continue to work on proper dive technique. In order to pass to Anemone swimmers must be able to consistently swim 25 yards of crawl stroke and backstroke and 25 yards of elementary backstroke with proper technique as well as tread water for one minute in deep water.

Anemone Swim Lessons Session 1 (Level 4)  Participant Info Form

Anemone Swim Lessons Session 2 (Level 4) 

In Anemone swimmers will be perfecting crawl stroke and backstroke, learning breaststroke, dolphin kick, and flip turns. This level is where we begin swimming more distance in learned strokes to improve endurance. In order to pass into Sea Dragon swimmers must be able to swim 50 yards of freestyle with bilateral breathing, 50 yards of backstroke, 25 yards of breaststroke, tread water for 2 minutes, dolphin kick for 25 yards, and display basic open and flip turns.

Sea Dragon Swim Lessons Session 1 (Level 5)  Participant Info Form

Sea Dragon Swim Lessons Session 2 (Level 5)

In Sea Dragon swimmers will continue to refine and streamline crawl stroke, backstroke, and breaststroke. They will learn butterfly and continue working on racing turns. This level is where we push endurance as well as perfect technique. In order to pass to Megalodon swimmers must be able to swim 100 yards each of freestyle and backstroke with flip turns, 50 yards of breaststroke with open turns, 25 yards of butterfly, and tread water for 2 minutes.

Megalodon Swim Lessons Session 1 (Level 6)  Participant Info Form

Megalodon Swim Lessons Session 2 (Level 6)

In Megalodon swimmer will be gaining endurance and running sets in freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Swimmers will learn block starts and will streamline strokes for racing.

*Notes About Swim Lessons*

·  If one participant is registered for a class by the first day of lessons, that level will not run for the session. The participant has the option of receiving a refund, combining with another class that is running, or paying a discounted private lesson rate.  The number of people in a class and the final options for price will be decided at the end of the first day of a session.

·  If two participants are registered for a class by the first day of lessons, that level will not run for the session. The participants have the option of receiving a refund, combining with another class that is running, or paying a semi-private lesson rate.  The number of people in a class and the final options for price will be decided at the end of the first day of a session.

Semi Private Swim Lessons

Semi Private Swim Lessons offer a great opportunity for more individual hands on instruction for a small group of participants.  These are perfect for friends or family that wish to partake in the same lessons outside of the normal group lessons schedule.  Each lesson is a half hour session with an instructor.  The swim instructor will work with the participants on all requested strokes.  Both semi-private and private lessons are scheduled at individual meeting times to meet the needs of the participants schedule.

Register Online at www.evergreen.edu/crc or click on the links below.  For private and semi-private lessons, please fill out the participant information form so we can match you with your future instructor based on your goals and availability.  Participant Info Form

Private Swim Lessons

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Looking for one-on-one swim instruction? We offer private lessons for a wide variety of skills and ages. Several of our instructors also have experience working with people with disabilities. Whether you've never been in the water before or are looking for stroke refinement for that upcoming triathlon, we work with you to find an instructor that matches your needs and works with your schedule. All of our instructors have had competitive swim experience as well as many years working as swim instructors using the Red Cross curriculum. Each lesson is half an hour for one-on-one instruction.

Register online at www.evergreen.edu/crc or click on the links below.

Options/Rates
Private (30 Min.) Semi-Private (30 Min.)
3 Lessons: $67.50  3 Lessons: $90
5 Lessons: $110  5 Lessons: $140
8 Lessons: $160  8 Lessons: $216

 Registration and Information

Contact the CRC Administration Office at (360)867-6778.
To register online for group classes, click here.

Questions? 

email: swimlessons@evergreen.edu