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Learn How to Swim this Summer

Swimming at the YMCA is all about building confidence as participants develop skills.

Christy Ragle
Girl swimming with two friends

Swimming at the YMCA is all about building confidence as participants develop skills. Our program is student-centered and includes five main learning components:
-stroke development
-water sports
-personal safety
-rescue
-personal growth

Class levels are based on age and ability of the participant. All swimmers learn at their own pace. A swim student is advanced to the next level only when he or she can proficiently and safely perform the skills within his or her level. If the participant does not complete all the skills within his or her level during any one session they will continue in the same level until they are able to master the skills. Swim instructors will use an individualized approach to create a fun and unique experience for every student.

Summer swim sessions give participants the chance to learn skills in a week-long session.

This summer's sessions:
June 18-22 and July 9-13
10-11 am

Fees (for each week): Members= $50, Program Participants= $75 

Questions? Please contact Natasha Hamilton at 765.529.3804 or email nhamilton@henrycountyymca.org

 

 

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Natasha Hamilton

Natasha coordinates swim lessons for kids and adults. She is great at making everyone feel comfortable in the water.

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