Cleveland Avenue YMCA
Swimming clinics are a great option for swimmers looking to catch up or get ahead. These lessons help you to improve or master your swimming skills. The curriculum is customized to help you each month through the year.
BENEFITS OF SWIM CLINICS
Dedicated swim instructors and a community of swim lovers helping you to learn and continue to grow in your aquatics journey.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Start Date: December 1, 2021
Cost: Member $35 per month || Non-member $75 non-member per month
Age: 4 years old and above
Days and Time: Mondays – Thursdays 5:30 – 6:00 pm. (Links for different days are listed below)
IMPORTANT: Students must be able to swim 25-yard freestyle to join the swim clinic. The purpose of the swim clinic is for participants to learn breath control, and other swim strokes. Students may also refine their strokes and build endurance.
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Summer Swim Sessions
Preschool Aquatics is an integral part of our Water Safety program. The primary objective is to promote the developmentally appropriate learning of fundamental water safety and aquatic skills to young children ages 4-5. This program is a great lead in to our Youth Program.
Date(s): Months of June & July (Links for different dates are listed below)
Age: Open to everyone from ages 3 -12
Days and Time: Tuesdays – Fridays 4:00 – 4:30 pm.
SCHEDULE FOR SWIM CLINIC
Frequently Asked Questions
Be sure to bring a bathing suit and a towel. Many children prefer goggles, but they are not required. It is a good idea to pack a robe or change of clothes for the walk out of the building to the parking lot.
If for some reason you are unable to attend a session in which you have registered, you must cancel by the Friday before the session begins or you WILL NOT get a refund. By registering and not canceling on time, you are taking a spot from someone else. If you do not cancel in a timely manner it hurts the program and blocks another willing participant from registering. There are NO exceptions to this rule.
If a class offering is full, a participant can be added to the waiting list for a particular class offering, and if a registered participant cancels, individuals on the waiting list will be contacted to fill that spot in the order they were added to the waiting list. Being added to the waiting list does not ensure a spot in a class. The aquatics department will contact you only if we are able to add you to the roster. No payment is necessary to be added to a waiting list, but if an individual is moved from the waiting list to the roster, the registration fee will be due in full at that time.
For more information or contact Verinese Garnier-Drayton, Aquatics Director at 334.219.3549 or [email protected]