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We are organized and run by Bill Kriskovich, the coach of the Chabot Swim Club's competitive swim team, the Marlins.
We value a low student to teacher ratio and longer session times. This sets us apart from other swimming schools.
Our classes are maxed out at 3 students per teacher, and last for a full 30 minutes. Other schools squeeze in more students during a shorter class time.
$125 / week / swimmer
About our swim lessons:
3-6 year olds who are total beginners.
This introductory swimming class includes both kids who are comfortable and not comfortable in or around larger bodies of water.
This class is designed to get kids feeling familiar and safe through consistent exposure to the aquatic environment.
Level 1 is similar to Tiny Tots, but generally includes kids that are 6+ years old who cannot float or swim. Tiny Tots are younger and more likely to be afraid of getting in or putting their face under water, while Level 1 kids will not be quite as apprehensive.
Students here can perform the above skills, as well as fully submerge their face underwater and hold their breath for 5+ seconds, will kick their legs, and are close to floating on their front and back independently but may still need help. They are completely comfortable getting into the water and will jump in deep water with help.
Level 3 swimmers are somewhat able to perform the above skills. Student has developed a comfortable breathing pattern in the water. They have begun kicking and using their arms on their front using breathing techniques, using their arms on their back without help, and can swim independently out to the instructor waiting approximately 6+ yards away.
Swimmers at Level 4 can demonstrate both freestyle and backstroke properly to an instructor waiting approximately 12-15 yards away. They also can dive a bit. These students are ready for a faster paced class and are ready to practice the above skills with a lot of repetitions in a 30 minute class.
These swimmers are able to swim the crawl stroke with side breathing, an adequate backstroke, and are knowledgeable of breaststroke and butterfly. They are ready to demonstrate and practice each of these strokes. They will dive in and can easily swim laps.
These swimmers are doing laps, have knowledge of all the competitive strokes, and are competing on a team. They may need technique work, work on combining stroke and turns, diving, etc.