SWIMSAFE SCHOOL LESSON PROGRAM 2016- HY-CREST SWIM CLUB
Lessons available to members and non-members
SwimSafe Pool Management, Inc. offers a wide variety of swim lessons
for swimmers of all ages. Our instructors are highly qualified and trained
by our own staff using our teaching philosophy and lesson curriculum.
SwimSafe also now offers one place to sign-up for swim lessons! Instead
of trying to manage paperwork, cash or check, simply chose your pool
and pay by credit card online.
||June 6 - 16
||June 20 - 30
||July 5 - 14
To Register: www.teamunify.com/cmspmi
· Select Hy-Crest from the Location Filter drop down box (top of the page)
· Click on the Group Swim Lessons bar towards the middle of the page
· Click on the appropriate skill Level to see class offerings
· To filter by Session, click on the desired session from the drop down box
· Click on the Class Cost/Days/Times for more specific information
· Click on the Register button next to the class time you desire and follow the prompts to complete the registration process. A confirmation with be emailed to you once the registration process is complete.
Frogs & Tadpoles: 11:15am-11:45am
(Age Guidelines: under 3) This is an interactive class and we recommend that the child has at
least the ability to hold his/her head up independently. The class will mimic much of the Flounder
Station, but will be catered to the age group and adult/child relationship. There will be a strong
emphasis on safety, water acclimation, and teaching through game/song and parent involvement.
Flounder: Water Exploration: 10:15am-10:45am, 10:45am-11:15am, 11:15am-11:45am
(Age Guidelines: 3-7) The objective of this station is to help students feel comfortable in the water
and enjoy the water safely. Students will be introduced to floats and bobs, as well as assisted
locomotion in the pool. Students will need to be capable of being in a class setting without parent
involvement. No experience necessary.
Jellyfish: Primary Skills: 10:15am-10:45am, 10:45am-11:15am, 11:15am-11:45am
(Age Guidelines: 3-8) Students learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position.
This station marks the beginning of locomotion skills and adds to the self help and basic rescue
skills learned in Level 1. Students placed in this station have already achieved a sense of water
acclimation and no longer show hesitation in a pool setting.
Octopus: Stroke Readiness: 10:15am-10:45am, 10:45am-11:15am, 11:15am-11:45
(Age Guidelines: 3-10) Students are taught to coordinate freestyle and backstroke. Elementary
backstroke and fundamentals of treading water will be introduced in this station. Students will
also begin the progression of diving and continue to learn safety skills.
Clownfish: Stroke Development: 10:45am-11:15am
(Age Guidelines: 3-12) The objective of this station is to refine both freestyle and backstroke.
Endurance will be increased in all skills learned in previous stations. Breaststroke, butterfly and
flip turn development will be introduced, as well as the next step of the diving progression.
Seashorse: Stroke Refinement: 10:15am-10:45am
(Age Guidelines: 3-14) The objective of this station is the coordination and refinement of all four
competitive strokes. Students will learn to swim all strokes legally, per swim team standards, at
increased distances. Students will finish both