The lesson schedule is based on instructor and pool availability. We will do our absolute best to accommodate all Parkland pool members.
To sustain our school, staff, and mission, we have some policy and price updates. These price changes allow our program to become on par with swim schools in the area, are reflective of the individualized instruction and attention we aim to provide to our students and our school’s needs, and will ultimately help us to take better care of our beloved staff and students.Please read carefully and reach out if you have any questions and/or concerns.
We are hiring! We are seeking an experienced and/or coachable individual who is passionate about swimming and helping others achieve their goals in the water. A current lifeguard certification is required for the position but it can be acquired after hiring. Lessons offered 7 days a week. Preference to people who are available for the majority of the swim season (June-August) as instructor continuity is important to us. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.You can find further details on the application here.
Baby Shark (Parent & Me): Our youngest swimmers joined in pool by a parent or designated adult who participates for the duration of the lesson. Intro to pool and water safety, water comfortability, blowing bubbles, and kicking + floating. Only offered in group lesson format. Tadpole (Level 0): Not yet comfortable in water without 1:1 assistance or floating devices, however they are comfortable hearing and following simple instructions with increasing independence. Tadpoles are working on obtaining water confidence, independence + comfort, solidifying fundamental skills (bubbles, kicking + floating), and getting an intro to freestyle stroke. No floating devices worn during lessons; tadpole swimmers will be taught to "hold the wall" or directed to sit on the wall for a resting position. Goldfish (Level 1): Swimmer is already comfortable in/around water and willing to go under/blow bubbles. Goldfish are working on floating independently, developing ability to self-propel, and practicing kicking with assistance on back and front. Piranha (Level 2): Swimmer is able to float and self propel with kick independently. Piranhas are focused on improving freestyle stroke, get an intro to back and breast strokes, have access to extra skill work (treading and swim starts) based on swimmer interest. Dolphin (Level 3): Swimmer is able to swim freestyle and backstroke unassisted and able to float and flutter kick on back unassisted. Dolphins will be working on improving breast, back and free strokes, get an intro to Butterfly stroke and more advanced swim starts/intro to dives. Dolphin level is preparatory for upcoming swim team members.