Swim Lessons

Swim Lesson Registration  

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Farmington Parks & Rec
720 W 100 N
Farmington, UT 84024
(801) 451-0953


Swimming Pool
142 S. Main Street
Farmington, Utah 84025

Phone
Summer: 801-451-5179
Winter: 801-451-0953

 

 

 

  • Check Below for 2022 Season Information. (Subject to change)

Swim Lessons

 

Registration for the 2022 Season Begins:
Residents- Tuesday, April 25, 2022
Non-Residents- Monday, May 2, 2022

Dates:
Session 1- June 6 - 16, 2022
Session 2- June 20 - 30, 2022
Session 3- July 5 - 14, 2022
*First week: Tuesday - Friday/Second Week Monday-Thursday
Session 4- July 18 - 29, 2022

*First week: Tuesday - Friday/Second Week Monday-Thursday
Session 5- August 1 - 11, 2022


Times:

  • 8:40 am - 9:10 am
  • 9:15 am - 9:45 am
  • 9:50 am - 10:20 am
  • 10:25 am - 10:55 am
  • 11:00 am - 11:30 am

Fees:

  • Resident: $35
  • Non- Resident: $45

Level and Descriptions

Diving: We are no longer offering pre swim team or diving. They will be combined in Advanced 3.

*(Ages are not a limitation, just a suggestion.)

Parent & Tot: (6mo-2yr) (Tot must be 6 months old to participate in Parent & Tot)

Parent helps child with first interaction with water. Child’s confidence is built as parent and child work toward a goal of water adjustment and safety.


Beginner 1: (3yr)

This is child’s first independent experience in the water without parent present. Student’s work on increasing confidence level in water while learning basic water skills, all with support of teacher.

*Child will stay where they can touch the bottom of the pool.


Beginner 2: (3-4yr)

Child is more confident in water, is able to get face wet and listen to the teacher. This level starts with support and ends with independence. Must be able to float to pass.

*Child will stay where they can touch the bottom of the pool.


Intermediate 1: (4-6yr)

By the end of this level, children are purely independent and can float on their own. Children will learn to swim independently for a short distance. Stroke development begins.

*Child may be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


Intermediate 2: (7-8yr)

Children must be able to swim a short distance on their own with attempts to put their face in the water while swimming. In this level they begin to learn rhythmic breathing for front crawl and more difficult steps for strokes.

*Child may be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


Intermediate 3: (7-9yr)

Students are expected to be able to swim Front Crawl independently with some level of confidence as they will be asked to swim short distances. They will learn more difficult strokes such as Breast Stroke and Side Stroke.

*Child will be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


Advanced 1: (8-12yr)

Students are expected to be able to swim with confidence as they will be asked to swim at least 15 yards frequently. They will add upon previous knowledge of strokes and begin to swim Breast Stroke and beginning of Butterfly.

*Child will be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


Advanced 2: (8-12yr)

Students will be building endurance and perfecting strokes. They will be asked to swim 25 yards frequently to help build endurance and increase confidence with strokes. All stokes are covered and critiqued in this level and basic diving is taught.

*Child will be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


Advanced 3: (8-12yr)

This class is for students who have an understanding of most strokes. Endurance is increased and stroke perfection is stressed. This will help students who wish to join a swim team, gain confidence, or for any student to feel more confident about their individual strokes.

*Child will be in water where they can not touch the bottom of the pool.


 

*Ages are not a limitation, just a suggestion.