- Please park on the street and approach quietly to the pool address.
- Enter the pool area through the gate on the side of the house.
- Please depart quietly as well, to minimize the impact on neighbors.
- The water is 92º F.
- Arrive for lessons on time each day. Have your child ready to swim upon arrival.
- Please wait to put your child in the water until invited to do so by the instructor.
- Bathrooms will not be available at the pool site. Please have your child use the bathroom before arriving at the pool for lessons or have an alternate/portable solution available for them to use on site.
- Bring a towel, swim suit, a child, and suncscreen. Please no toys, goggles, or fins.
- Plan on about 30 minutes at the pool for one child and a few more if you have additional children swimming.
- Actual water time is determined by the instructor on a daily basis.
Lessons are held regardless of weather.
Tuition is $575 per swimmer and is due and payable on the first day of class. An envelope is provided at the pool site for this purpose. We accept payments by check, cash, or Zelle.
- A $50 early pay discount is available if deposit is timely and balance is paid in full by Zelle no later than the second day prior to the start of lessons. Please send early payments via Zelle to ‘email@example.com’.
Parents will not get in the water except by invitation near the end of the session. If invited, we recommend you take advantage of this opportunity to learn how to work with your child in the future.
- Please do NOT practice swimming with your child while lessons are going on. This nearly always affects the quality and results of the lessons. You will have a chance to learn what to do in the future when you join us in the pool at the end of lessons.
Siblings are welcome to attend the lessons if they are monitored appropriately. Please, no pets.
Please tidy up and take everything with you when you leave, including all trash and wet swim diapers.
Please do not leave swim diapers in the host’s trash receptacles.
Remember that we are guests at someone’s private home and we need to show respect for the home, the yard, and their neighbors.