Learn to Swim

Learning to swim is an important life skill, and HRCA Learn to Swim Program goal is to develop a child's swimming competency, confidence and endurance in a safe and fun environment. 

Key Swim Lesson Information

  • Features:
    - Small Class Sizes
    - 30 Minutes Classes
    - Three Week Sessions for Monday, & Wednesday or Tuesday & Thursday (6 classes)
    - Four Week Sessions for Saturdays (4 consecutive Saturday classes)
    - Two Week Outdoor Sessions Monday – Thursday (8 classes)
  • Age Levels: 
    Parent/Tot: 6 months - 3 years 
    Preschool: 3 - 5 years
    School Age: 6 - 12 years
    Teen/Adult: 13 years and older
  • Safety Measures 
    -  Swimmers are only to be in the pool for the scheduled lesson time.  Any additional pool time before or after lessons at Eastridge require a pool reservation.
    - Small class sizes 
    - All Swim Instructors will teach both from deck and in-water to maintain physical distancing and minimize face-to-face contact when possible
    - All Swim Instructors wear masks/face coverings at all times
    - See HRCA Safety Guidelines
  • Learn to Swim Program Overview

Swim Lesson FAQs

How can I help my child succeed?

  • Don’t wait if you have questions, or concerns regarding your child’s lessons. The easiest solutions happen when issues are addressed immediately.

  • Talk with the Swim Instructor, or call 303-471-8867 or email

  • Have your children practice. The more practice, outside of the lesson times, the faster the skills become second nature.

  • Review the report card received at the end of each session. It will tell you the appropriate skill level to enroll for the next session and also summarize the skills successfully completed and which skills require additional practice with your child.

More Learn to Swim Information

Inclement Weather Updates
For program cancellations due to inclement weather please check the HRCA website home page for program status updates or call 303-471-8942.

HRCA Cancellation, Refund, and Transfer Policy
To cancel a class call 303-471-8858 or the Program Coordinator. All refunds are charged a $5 processing fee. Refunds and class transfers must be requested at least five business days prior to the beginning of the class. Refunds are issued back to the participant in the original tender. Refunds are not issued for inclement weather or for ticketed events.

Need Help or Have Questions?
Please reach out to us anytime so we can assist you during the coming weeks. We anticipate change will be the new normal for some time. We look forward to helping you reach your swimming goals.

  • Aquatic Supervisor, Diane Ball: email or 303-471-8935 
  • Learn to Swim Coordinator, Mindy Polete: email or 303-471-8867 
  • Coached Aquatic Coordinator, Rachel Lyon: email or 303-471-8942.

Infant Swim Resource

ISR integrates swimming skills that are developmentally appropriate for young children, ages 6 months - 3 years, teaching them to save their own lives, while building the confidence that can lead to a lifetime of fun in and around the water. For more than 40 years, ISR has successfully provided self-rescue skills training to more than 175,000 infants and young children with a 100 percent safety record.

Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) lesson experience is a comprehensive four-six week program where each lesson is customized for the infant or child as they are safely guided through the learning process. 

ISR integrates swimming skills that are developmentally appropriate for young children, teaching them to save their own lives, while building the confidence that can lead to a lifetime of fun in and around the water. For more than 40 years, ISR has successfully provided self-rescue skills training to more than 175,000 infants and young children with a 100 percent safety record.

  • Six to 12 months old: learns to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their backs and float unassisted. Once skilled, infants practice these techniques in several types of clothing, diapers, shoes, socks and all!
     
  • One year to 3 years old: learns how to hold their breath underwater, swim with their head down and eyes open, roll onto their back to float, rest, and breathe, and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool and can crawl out.

Classes Fill Quickly - Call Now to Reserve Your Spot 

For scheduling, questions or general information visit infantswimjennifer.com or contact Jennifer Dombrowski: 303-330-8602 | [email protected] | www.infantswim.com.

Seahawks Intro

What’s Next After Swim Lessons?
Interested in Competitive Swimming?
Sign-Up for Seahawks Intro!

 
  • A great fit for swimmers looking for a new challenge beyond group swim lessons. 
  • Must be able to swim 25 yards freestyle and backstroke comfortably without stopping. 
  • Four-week program combines the fun and hands-on approach of swim lessons with the structure and technique-focus of coached programs. 
  • Swimmers are prepared for Seahawks Juniors by building endurance and focusing on technique with all four strokes, with an emphasis on freestyle and backstroke, with an introduction to timed sets and swimming terminology.
  • For more info contact  Rachel Lyon at 303-471-8942 or  email

Register Now!

Infant Swim Resource

ISR integrates swimming skills that are developmentally appropriate for young children, ages 6 months - 3 years, teaching them to save their own lives, while building the confidence that can lead to a lifetime of fun in and around the water. For more than 40 years, ISR has successfully provided self-rescue skills training to more than 175,000 infants and young children with a 100 percent safety record.

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Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) lesson experience is a comprehensive four-six week program where each lesson is customized for the infant or child as they are safely guided through the learning process. 

ISR integrates swimming skills that are developmentally appropriate for young children, teaching them to save their own lives, while building the confidence that can lead to a lifetime of fun in and around the water. For more than 40 years, ISR has successfully provided self-rescue skills training to more than 175,000 infants and young children with a 100 percent safety record.

  • Six to 12 months old: learns to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their backs and float unassisted. Once skilled, infants practice these techniques in several types of clothing, diapers, shoes, socks and all!
     
  • One year to 3 years old: learns how to hold their breath underwater, swim with their head down and eyes open, roll onto their back to float, rest, and breathe, and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool and can crawl out.

Classes Fill Quickly - Call Now to Reserve Your Spot 

For scheduling, questions or general information visit infantswimjennifer.com or contact Jennifer Dombrowski: 303-330-8602 | [email protected] | www.infantswim.com.

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