When it comes to choosing swimming lessons for your kiddos, we know you have plenty of options. We also know exactly what young swimmers and their families need to have the best experience possible. Our warm water pools and small class sizes help Brook Hill Swim Pool stand out, but it’s our proven curriculum that ensures your child learns new skills while having a blast.
The lesson plans we use were developed by a team of experienced and passionate world-class swimmers. From infancy to toddlerhood and beyond, our progressive curriculum empowers your child to become a stronger swimmer. We believe swimmers need to develop swim skills that not only allow them to float, but also move themselves to safety as confident, efficient swimmers. Having a correct, efficient swim stroke enables swimmers to move themselves out of potentially dangerous situations.
We offer a variety of swim lesson programs for children of all levels.
Whether your child is just starting to get comfortable in the water or moving on to more advanced techniques we have you covered.
Our progressive curriculum starts with foundational skills in beginner level classes and develops swimmers to be advanced swimmers. Whether your goal is basic water safety skills or competing at an elite level, our program can take your child from bubbles to butterfly(r).
We offer a variety of class types from small group classes featuring a 8:1 student to teacher ratio to semi-private and private lessons.
Our swim lesson program includes:
- A progressive curriculum focused on water safety, skill development, and proper swimming technique for the four fundamental swim strokes.
- Experienced, passionate, Brook Hill Swim Pool Certified™ instructors who have completed extensive classroom and in-water training programs, along with a series of instructor-shadowing sessions.
- Our commitment to match the instructor’s teaching style to the needs of each swimmer through our Brook Hill Swim Pool Match™ program.
Right from the beginning, every Brook Hill Swim Pool student learns the basics of water safety and the correct way to swim. We believe swimmers need to develop swim skills that not only allow them to float, but to also move themselves to safety as confident, efficient swimmers. Having a correct, efficient swim stroke enables swimmers to move themselves out of potentially dangerous situations.
As their skills increase, they’ll become more and more confident… both in the pool and in everyday life.
Start with Brook Hill Swim Pool during your child’s early years, and watch your little swimmer grow into a strong and confident lifelong lover of water.