Highland Swim Lessons 2020 Session 1: 7/13-7/30
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Lessons will run Monday through Thursday. When signing up, please use the class descriptions to select which level best fits and indicate your requested time. If you are registering more than one child, please complete a google form for each child. Understandably, not all requests can be honored exactly so we kindly ask for your flexibility. Classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Once a class reaches capacity, it will be closed.



Swim Lessons - Toddler
The “Toddler” level swim class is the very first swim lesson one can take at Highland Swim Club! There are two prerequisites to be in this lesson; the child must be able to walk steadily and also be wearing the proper swim diaper gear while they are in the water. Never during this lesson will the child be left alone in the water, they will always be working one-on-one with the instructor and when they are not they’re expected to sit patiently on the wall with their fellow classmates.

OBJECTIVES
Jump into the water holding their instructor’s hands
Blow bubbles in the water
Dunk full body under water
Kick freestyle kick on the kickboard (with instructor holding kickboard)
Do freestyle arms holding their instructor’s hand
Float with instructor holding their back




Swim Lessons - Beginner 1
The “Beginner I” level is the second swim lesson one can take at Highland Swim Club. A child is eligible to be in this lesson, even if they did not take the “Toddler” level. Beginner I students will never be fully left alone in the water. Anytime they are swimming, they will be working one-on-one with their instructor. When they are not working with their instructor, they are expected to sit on the wall, or hold onto the wall in the water, if granted permission by their instructor.

PREREQUISITES:
Jump into the water holding their instructor’s hands
Blow bubbles in the water
Dunk full body under water
Feel comfortable swimming with instructor

OBJECTIVES:
Freestyle kick on the kickboard with instructor not holding the board the entire time
Do freestyle arms holding their instructor’s hands
Do a few strokes of freestyle on their own with instructor in front of them
Retrieve a toy from bottom of shallow end
Float with instructor holding their back
Kick on back with kickboard with instructor
Hold their breath underwater
Push off the wall to their instructor

*WHEN A STUDENT WANTS TO MOVE OUT OF THE BEGINNER I LEVEL, THEY ARE ADVISED TO SPEAK WITH THEIR INSTRUCTOR BEFOREHAND



Swim Lessons - Beginner 2
The “Beginner II” level is the third swim lesson offered at Highland Swim Club. Although the instructor will ALWAYS be in the water, students in the Beginner II lesson MUST feel comfortable swimming/being in the water on their own. This means that although the instructor will be constantly watching the students, they WILL NOT be holding/working one-on-one with the child.

PREREQUISITES:
Jump into the water on their own
Freestyle kick on kickboard on their own
Kick on back with kickboard
Float on their own
Retrieve a toy from the bottom of the shallow end
Freestyle arms while holding kickboard
Be able to complete at least half of a lap of correct freestyle without stop

OBJECTIVES:
Strengthen all prerequisite techniques
Complete full laps of correct freestyle without stopping
Learn to tread water
Work on the backstroke

*OVERALL GOAL OF THIS LESSON IS FOR THE STUDENT TO PASS THE DEEP WATER TEST*



Swim Lessons - Advanced Beginner

The “Advanced Beginner” level is the fourth lesson offered at Highland Swim Club. Similar to Beginner II, students MUST feel comfortable swimming/being in the water on their own. The instructor will not be holding/working one-on-one with the child.

PRERQUISITES:
Complete full laps of correct freestyle without stopping
Be able to tread water for at least two minutes
Swim correct backstroke on their own

OBJECTIVES:
Strengthen all prerequisite techniques
Learn to dive off the side of the pool/diving block
Retrieve a toy from the bottom of the deep end
Learn breaststroke
Learn “the wiggle” (otherwise known as butterfly kick)



Swim Lessons - Intermediate
The “Intermediate” level is the fifth lesson offered at Highland Swim Club. The students are expected to feel fully comfortable swimming/being on their own in the water, for their instructor may not always be in the water with them.

PREREQUISITES:
Complete full laps of correct freestyle/backstroke/breaststroke without stopping
Be able to tread water for extended period of time
Retrieve a toy from anywhere in the pool
Dive off at least the side of the pool

OBJECTIVES:
Strengthen all prerequisite techniques
Feel confident performing a dive off of the diving block
Learn butterfly
Learn flip-turns



Swim Lessons - Swimmer
The “Swimmer” level is the sixth and final lesson offered at Highland Swim Club. Students in the “Swimmer” lesson should feel fully confident swimming all four strokes on their own. The lesson will be used to strengthen the four strokes and other swimming techniques including flip-turns, diving, treading, and retrieving toys from the bottom of the pool. This lesson can serve as a second practice to older children on the Swim Team or for any other children looking for some good exercise! Often the lesson will end in relays or other races amongst the students/lifeguards.
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