Swim Lessons

Contact
Maynard Aquatics Center
1402 Overbrook Rd.
Burlington, NC 27215
(336) 222-5043

Session Fee & Registration

 
$30-Group Lessons
Group Lessons are offered during the summer months of May-August only.

$45-Private Lessons
Private Lessons are offered on a year-round basis and include 6, 30-minute sessions.
Visit the Maynard Aquatics Center to register for lessons.

Swim lessons will run 3 weeks in length, with 2 lessons per week for a total of 6 lessons.
Lessons are offered on either a Monday/Wednesday rotation or Tuesday/Thursday.
Lessons are also offered in the mornings and the evenings.
All registrations must be made at the MAC and cannot be reserved over the phone. Call now and check out our availability!

Payment is required for each participant in advance. At this time only cash and checks are accepted
      

Swim Lesson Descriptions

Water Fun Parent & Child


The parent practices with the child in the water, while at the same time the parent learns what skills, drills and games to play with the child when they are at the pool. This class is for parents and children ages 6 months to 3 years old. Minimum of 2 and maximum of 10 participants to have class.

Learn to Swim Class - Level I: Beginner


These classes teach the participant to how to swim 5 yards unassisted without stopping, beginning with the fundamental life-saving skills then progressing to forward movement. If the participant cannot already swim 5 yards, then these are the classes to take. Minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 to have class.

Learn to Swim Class - Level II: Intermediate


If the participant can already swim between 5 yards and 15 yards unassisted, then Intermediate is the class to take. This class will build the swimmer's swimming efficiency. Minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 to have class.

Learn to Swim Class - Level III: Swim Clinic


If the participant can already swim 15 yards (1/2 the pool length) unassisted, then Swim Clinic is the class to take. This class will work on improving the fundamentals of swimming in breath control, balance, sculling, and rhythm. These are the skills that all competitive strokes are based on. Minimum of 2 and maximum of 8 to have class.