2020 Fall lessons and classes now available!
Check out the Aquatics Section of the Fall Brochure to view all the details (including codes) for lessons, classes and specials, including:
- Open swim
- Swim lessons (year-round)
- Pre-Swim Team
- Junior Lifeguard Camp (Oct. 15-18) - Code: SL-FJG
- CPR/First-Aid Class (Oct. 10 - Code: SL-F10CPRFA or Nov. 14 - Code: SL-F11CPRFA)
- Lifeguard Training (Jan. 16-18, 2021 - Ages 15+) Code: LG-4345
- Swim Stroke Clinic
- Sept. 12-Oct. 17 - Code: SL-F9CSAT
- Sept. 15-Oct. 22 - Code: SL-F9SCTTH
- Nov. 7-Dec. 19 - Code: SL-F11SCAT
We are happy you have chosen The Grove to enhance your family‘s water safety knowledge and swimming abilities! We are excited to be able to offer youth programming that encourages play and teaches lifesaving skills.
All classes are held in the lap pool at a temperature of 84 degrees during the summer and 81 degrees during the school year.
Our swim lesson program is designed for year-round participation. Swimmers are encouraged to continue swimming in order to build upon their current skills while being introduced to new skills. Swimming is an activity that requires repeated practice and ongoing endurance. It is recommended that your swimmer continue to practice their skills year-round.
Affordable and Convenient options for everyone
Lessons are available for every level of swimmer and of all abilities. We offer group, semi-private and private lessons during the day and evening to accommodate busy schedules and participants needs.
All swimming lessons are taught by caring and compassionate professionals who focus on student needs. Every instructor is nationally certified in American Red Cross Water Safety Instruction.
Instructors are required to attend on-going training to ensure they are up to date with the latest teaching strategies and safety guidelines.
Swim Lesson Levels and Swim Level Assessments
Choosing the appropriate swim lesson level is best left to the professionals! However, at this time we are unable to offer swim level assessments, please use your best judgement when enrolling your swimmer.
- We recommend if you are new to the pool OR have been away from lessons/swimming for more than three months please enroll in level 1 for your child’s age.
Remember It is always easier to move a swimmer up a level. If it is determined by your swimmer’s instructor/lesson manager that they are in the incorrect level you may be asked to transfer.
Contact us - we are here to help!
Please contact the Aquatics Coordinator, Maddy Rosewood at email@example.com if you are unsure what level to enroll your swimmer in.
Important Safety Guidelines during reopening Phase 1 (Begins July 6, 2020)
In consideration of the current global pandemic, please note that our American Red Cross swim lesson format has changed slightly.
We know that practice makes perfect and that is why we are allowing students to remain in the pool with their accompanying adult (16+) for 30 minutes of practice immediately following their lesson.
If you are interested in registering for a class that has reached maximum enrollment, you may place your name on a wait list. An additional class may be added in order to accommodate the waiting list. You will be contacted if we can accommodate you or your child.