Here are Frequently Asked Questions

 FAQ

How do I sign-up for lessons?
Here on the website, click on the sign-up tab. 
 
When are sign-ups?
Sign-ups are every month on the 19th. Noon for current month families and at 5:00 pm for new families  
 
How much are swim lessons?
Our lessons are twice a week for 4 weeks which is a total of 8 lessons for $240.
 
How many days a week do you offer lessons?
We offer lessons twice a week, either Monday and Wednesday or  Tuesday and Thursday. We also offer once a week weekend lessons as well!
 
How long are the lessons?
Survival lessons are 10 minutes. Advanced lessons are 20 minutes. Parent and me lessons are 25 minutes.
 
How long does it take for them to learn?
All children are different but typically 2-3 months.
 
Do you offer weekend swim lessons?
We offer lessons every Friday (summer only) and Saturday.
 
How should I prepare for lessons?
They will be wearing two reusable diapers. Do not feed your child for 3 hours before their lesson. Do not allow fruit, vegetables, meat, or milk products for 4 hours before the lesson. (This includes formula, milk, eggs, cheese, and yogurt). 

What do we need to bring to swim lessons?
Swimsuit, towel, two reusable diapers (if not potty trained), and change of clothes.  

Which reusable diapers?  
First layer (underneath)  Link Here , Second Layer (outer)  Link Here
 
What if we have to be out of town and miss a lesson?
While we understand traveling and hectic schedules, our makeup policy is strictly for illness.  We have to be notified at least 24 hours in advance and have a doctor's note provided for us to be able to provide you with a makeup lesson!
 
What if they are not potty trained?
If your child is not potty trained, we ask that you put 2 swim diapers on your child for each lesson.
 
Can we take pictures and videos during the lessons?
Yes, of course! Be sure to tag us in them when you show off our kiddo on Facebook/Instagram.
 
How many people are allowed to come and watch?
Due to covid, we are only allowing ONE parent per swimmer(s).