Six-Week Intensive Series lessons are for children who are between the ages of six months to four years with little to no swim experience. These private lessons are scheduled three times a week for 15-minutes each, over a period of six weeks. These lessons are taught in a private one-on-one setting with your child and their instructor. During this time, we will focus on helping your child learn the fundamentals of Kick-Flip-Kick. Mastering this skill sequence serves as the foundation for future stroke development.
During week five of the Six-Week Intensive Series your child’s instructor will compose a progress report detailing what has been accomplished during lessons and their best recommendation of how your child will be most successful continuing lessons after the completion of the Six Week Series. Usually we suggest continuation of private lessons once or twice a week.
Recommended Age: Six Months to Four Years Old
Teaching Ratio: Private 1:1 student to instructor ratio
Duration: 18 lessons; 15-minutes per session
Price: $600 billed once for the series
Six-Week Intensive Series lessons are billed only once. The tuition rate for this set of 18 lessons is $600 plus a one-time registration fee. We require that lessons be paid for in full or establish a payment plan before the start of the series.
A member of our administrative support team will reach out to you via email to provide you with a progress report and recommendation, as well as options available to continue lessons once the Six Week Series has concluded. Typically, students do not continue in the same lesson time as their Six Week Series. Our administrative support team member can also assist you at this time in scheduling makeup lessons for any missed classes with advanced notice during your Six Week Series. Please see our detailed make-up policy for additional information.
Typically, we recommend that children who have completed a Six-Week Intensive Series continue in once or twice a week private lessons.
Our six-week series lessons are offered on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings only. Students must participate in lessons on all three days.