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The YMCA Swim Lesson Curriculum is a core group of aquatic skills every person needs to be safe around water. As the foundation of our program, these skills allow students to learn correct swim stroke techniques. Students begin with and build upon skills they are ready to learn, helping them to celebrate their successes, build self-confidence, and enjoy learning to swim and water safety.
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The primary objective is water adjustment. Parents will be taught to work with their child and keep them safe in and around the water. Children play games that use basic movements in the water such as kicking, arm strokes, and breath control. Basic survival skills including submersion, flotation and exiting the water are mildly introduced. This class also serves as preparation for instructor taught classes beginning at age 3.
Preschool swim lessons are our introductory level classes. Depending on their skill level, most will start at the water acclimation level to get them comfortable with the water. They will work on going under water and blowing bubbles, floating on their backs with assistance. They will also learn to jump in the water turn and grab the wall and climb out on their own. This is very important to water safety.
School age lessons start at the introductory level of Water Acclimation and continue to Water Mechanics. Level will depend on the swimmers skill and abilities. Please click on the tab for swim lesson level to see where you swimmer best fits.
Adult swim lessons is designed to teach 13 years and older the basics of swimming. This class will help you get comfortable in the water and the skills to help you with water safety. It is also designed to teach you basic back stroke and freestyle.
Limited availability for private, semi-private swim lessons. Please sign up for the wait list at our Welcome Center. Continuation at end of session is not guaranteed.
NOTE: Applicants must be at least 4 years old and must first complete at least one session of group lessons in the last 12 months here at the Coppell Family YMCA before participating in private or semi-private lessons. Private lessons focus on building skills with minimal touching or holding by the instructor, and minimal use of flotation devices. This requires the participant to be comfortable in the water without being held. Financial assistance is not available for private or semi-private lessons.
NOTICE REGARDING CONTINUATIONS:
Continuation after each completed session is not guaranteed and depends on instructor availability and current wait list. To give other members the opportunity to receive private lessons, each participant is limited to 8 private lessons (2 consecutive sessions upon availability). After the completion of 8 lessons, each participant must return to group lessons or re-enter the wait list.
Private Swim Lessons are sold in packages of 4 x 30 minute sessions with one participant and your preferred instructor on a set schedule determined by the Aquatics Department.
Cost: $150 for Y Members | $225 for Non-Members
Semi-Private Swim Lessons are sold in packages of 4 x 30 minute sessions with two participants of the same age and ability and your preferred instructor on a set schedule determined by the Aquatics Department. The Aquatics Department does not group random children together for semi-private lessons. Applicants who are not close in age and ability will be separated.
Cost: $200 for Y Members | $350 for Non-Members
Refund Policy (limited exceptions for emergencies only - Dr. note required):
Refunds/makeups/transfers are NOT available for individually missed lessons.
*All ONLINE registrations are held to this policy.
NOTE: Lessons may be moved or rescheduled to accommodate swim meets/holidays/weather condition. Classes cancelled due to weather conditions will re rescheduled to the following Friday during family swim (subject to change with as much notice as possible).
In this beginning class, children develop comfort with being underwater and learn how to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water.
Ages: 3-12 years
In this class, children are taught skills that focus on buoyancy and movement int he water while also learning how to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water.
Ages: 3-12 years
In this class, children focus on swimming longer distances. In the event of falling into a body of water, children learn how to swim to safety.
Ages: 3-12 years
In this class, children are introduced to basic swimming strokes
Ages: 5-12 years
In this class, children continue to work on their swimming stroke technique and all major competitive strokes are introduced
Ages: 5-12 years
In this class, children continue to work on their swimming stroke technique and all major competitive strokes are introduced.
Ages 5-12 years