Group Swim Lessons:
Tuesday, May 29th,
2012; 6-8 PM; Yeomans Hall
Space is on a first come first
served basis and space is limited.
Session I July 9 - 19
Session II July 23 - August 2
10:00-10:30 AM- Levels 1, 3 and 6
5:00-5:30PM- Levels 1, 2 and 4
10:40-11:10 AM- Levels 2, 3 and 4
5:40-6:10PM- Levels 2, 3 and 5
11:20-11:50AM- Levels 1, 2 and 5
6:20-6:50PM- Levels 1, 3 and 6
Space is on a first come first served basis
and is limited.
*Times are subject to change due to enrollment*
Resident:$75.00 per session;
Non-Resident:$80.00 per session
After 6/30/2012, add an additional $5 to above rate.
CLASS SESSION: There are 9 days of lessons with the 10th day reserved for make-up if a lesson is cancelled due to inclement weather.
PLEASE NOTE: Swim-lessons are non-refundable and non-transferrable. In the event of a
schedule conflict or your child being unable to participate, we cannot be held responsible for missed days.
REQUIREMENT TO ENTER CLASS: A completion card or mastery of skills of previous level.
MAIL-IN REGISTRATION accepted after May 29th,
Recreation, Swim Lessons
323 Route 87,
Columbia, CT 06237
Pre-School: An introductory class for children 3.5 to 5
years of age (prior to entering kindergarten). Children learn to go under
water, float with assistance, and other basic skills.
Level 1: An introductory class for children who entered school (5+). Children
will learn basic water skills such as bubble blowing, going under water, and
floating with assistance.
Level 2: Building off the basic skills learned in level 1, children learn to
float and glide on their own as well as the basics of crawl stroke.
Level 3: Building off of skills from level 2, children learn to refine their
breathing technique and stroke work.
Level 4: Building off of the skills learned in level 3, children learn to
refine strokes further, learn the basics of diving, and build endurance
Level 5: Building off of level 4 skills, children further refine swimming and
diving skills while building endurance.
Level 6: Building off level 5, children build endurance and develop a
sustainable, powerful stroke. This class also has a focus on open water
FULL CLASS DESCRIPTIONS will be provided on sign-up night or may be found online at columbiact.org by clicking on “Recreation.”