The American Red Cross
Learn to Swim Program offers structured levels of skills ranging
from parent and infant courses through preschool and school-aged
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& Infant, Starfish
Starfish are children
6 months to 2 years of age. The goal of this class is to provide
experiences and activities for both parent and child to increase
their comfort in the water. Children will learn basic arm
and leg motions and how to blow bubbles with parental assistance.
Songs and playtime are used so that children and parents are able
to participate. Parent participation in the water is required
for each child. Class runs 30 minutes.
& Tot, Seahorse
Seahorses are childred 18 months to
3 years of age. Children will explore and develop basic swimming
skills while gaining confidence going underwater. Other skills
developed in this class included retrieving submerged objects and
floating with support. Parent participation in the water is
required for each child. Class runs 30 minutes.
Water Discoverers I (Preschool 1-2)
There are no prerequisites
for enrollment. The goal of this class is to promote comfort inthe
water without a parent. Participants will be introduced to
beginning swimming skills such as floating and gliding on their
front and back. Lessons are designed to make learning fun
while covering safety topics. Class runs 30 minutes.
Water Discoverers II (Preschool 2-3)
Each Discoverer shuld
already be comfortable enough in the water to get their face wet.
In this class children will focus on front and back floats in addition
to basic swimming movements without assistance. Children will
learn about safety around swimming pools and other aquatic areas.
Class runs 30 minutes.
Pioneers (Level 1-2)
Beginner swim level. Each
Pioneer should be comfortable enough in the water to get their face
and head wet. Goals include: comfort in the water, floating
on front and back without support and coordination fo arms and legs
for basic swimming propulsion. Lessions are designed to make
learning fun while learning more about safety in and around the
water. Class runs 50 minutes.
Explorers (Level 3-4)
Intermediate swim level.
Each explorer must either have passed the Water Pioneers course
or be able to swim 15 feet on both front and back. In this
class students will improve upon their fron adn back crawl while
learning the breast and butterfly strokes. Goals include:
increasing swimming endurance, treading water, safe diving and the
basics of turning at the wall. Class runs 50 minutes.
Adventurers (Level 5-6)
Advanced swim level.
Participants must have passed Water Explorers or be able to successfully
swim 15 yards using all swimming strokes. Adverturers will
perfect strokes and build endurance so that they may swim with ease
and efficiency. Advanced turns and diving will also be taught.
Class runs 50 minute.
The RAC's most advanced
swimming class offered. Course focus is centered on stroke mechanics
and other advanced swimming techniques. Aquanauts is a great class
for those looking to perfect their swimming strokes, while looking
to enhance overall swimming ability and endurance. Aquanauts should
be able to demonstrate each swimming stroke a distance of 25 yards,
or have passed the Water Adventurers class. Class runs 50 minutes.
In this swim class participants
will be assessed based on their skill level. The course will
be adjusted to meet the ability of each participant. the focus
of this class is to build comfort in the water while increasing
stroke efficiency. Each class runs 50 minutes.
are always available!
call 734.942.2230 for details.