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Swim School

We are proud to offer a variety of Swim School offerings that thrive in our luxury Aquatics Facility.

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Swim School Offerings

  • American Red Cross Swim Lesson Program offers something for all ages and levels. 1:4 ratio best around!
  • A wide variety of Adaptive Private Swim Lessons, Privat swim lessons, Semi-Privat Swim lessons, and Master Private Lessons.
  • Get certified and become an American Red Cross Lifeguard, Water Safety Instructor, Jr. Lifeguarding, and more
  • Join our award-winning swim team, home of the Wave Runners. Not ready to join the big leagues? Try out for Pre-Team to refine your abilities.

Home of the Wave Runners –

A highly competitive swim team. Concentration will be on strokes, starts, turns, and endurance. Competitions schedule TBD. Price includes in-water and in-person & virtual dryland practice.

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Ages 6-35 Months

Splash. Kick. Bubble bubble. Laugh. Your little one will love this intro to swim class and so will you! The first step to learning how to swim is enjoying being in the water and this class will teach you how to work with your child to have a fun and safe water experience. One parent or caregiver per participant.

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Ages 3-4 years

Water exploration. Develop elementary aquatic skills. Front and back float introduced.
1:4 Instructor/Student Ratio.

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Ages 4-6 years

Develop primary skills such as the back float, backstroke, and front crawl.
For children who have elementary skills. 1:4 Instructor/Student Ratio.

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Ages 6-10 years

Stroke readiness. Elementary backstroke and fundamentals of treading water are introduced. A child must be able to swim 15m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student Ratio.

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Ages 5-12 years

Stroke development. Breaststroke and sidestroke are introduced. The child must be able to swim 25m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio.

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Ages 5-15 years

Stroke refinement. Coordination and refinement of strokes are developed. The butterfly stroke is introduced 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio

Boy learning how to dive into the pool.

Ages 5-12 years

Skill proficiency. Strokes learned in previous levels are polished, and endurance is stressed. Includes fun water activities. 1:6 Instructor/Student ratio.

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Small Group and Private Instruction

Infants to Adults

For information, please call 201.408.1473 or email aquatics@jccotp.org

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Certifications

For information, please call 201.408.1473 or email aquatics@jccotp.org

Find the perfect swim program for you!

Ages 6-10 years

Stroke readiness. Elementary backstroke and fundamentals of treading water are introduced. A child must be able to swim 15m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student Ratio.

Four kids hanging off the side of the pool

Ages 5-12 years

Stroke development. Breaststroke and sidestroke are introduced. The child must be able to swim 25m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio.

Boy practicing floating ini a pool

Ages 5-15 years

Stroke refinement. Coordination and refinement of strokes are developed. The butterfly stroke is introduced 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio

Boy learning how to dive into the pool.

Ages 5-12 years

Skill proficiency. Strokes learned in previous levels are polished, and endurance is stressed. Includes fun water activities. 1:6 Instructor/Student ratio.

Shot of a young female swimmer doing the butterfly stroke

Ages 6-10 years

Stroke readiness. Elementary backstroke and fundamentals of treading water are introduced. A child must be able to swim 15m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student Ratio.

Four kids hanging off the side of the pool

Ages 5-12 years

Stroke development. Breaststroke and sidestroke are introduced. The child must be able to swim 25m front crawl and backstroke. 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio.

Boy practicing floating ini a pool

Ages 5-15 years

Stroke refinement. Coordination and refinement of strokes are developed. The butterfly stroke is introduced 1:4 Instructor/Student ratio

Boy learning how to dive into the pool.

Ages 5-12 years

Skill proficiency. Strokes learned in previous levels are polished, and endurance is stressed. Includes fun water activities. 1:6 Instructor/Student ratio.

Shot of a young female swimmer doing the butterfly stroke