At The Adirondack Club
The Adirondack Swim School strives to surpass traditional swim lessons. Our program is designed to produce skilled, confident, and happy swimmers. Our heated pools help increase attention and promote time efficient lessons. A low instructor to student ratio keeps the learning pace fast and effective. Positive and enthusiastic instructors use a variety of creative skill progressions to balance work and play in each lesson. It is the goal of everyone on our staff to offer lessons in a safe and stress-free environment where each child's learning needs are met. We aim to put a smile on the face of every child who enters the Adirondack Aquatic Center. Fun is the key to our high level of success!
The Adirondack Club is a proud provider of approved American Red Cross Swim Instruction. All of our swim instructors are American Red Cross Water Safety certified.
Semi-private and private lessons are also available. All private and semi-private lessons are taught by our awesome team of American Red Cross Water Safety Certified Instructors!
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Pre-school is designed for children who are ready to have fun while learning skills without their parent in the water. Front and back floating with support, submerging mouth and face while blowing bubbles and kicking and scooping using combined arm and leg actions with support are some of the skills that will be introduced.
For the beginner who is comfortable in the water. Swimmers learn basics of swimming: bobbing, going under water, supported front and back floating, supported rolling over from front to back and back to front, supported gliding, supported flutter kick, supported front crawl arms and jumping in.
Swimmers should already be able to float on front and back and put their head under water. Swimmers will work on: independent front and back floating , independent rolling over from front to back and back to front, independent front and back glides, front crawl arms and kicks, back crawl arms and kicks, retrieving underwater objects, and jumping into water over their head.
Swimmers should already be comfortable swimming front stroke and swimming on their back. Swimmers will work on: gliding, freestyle with side breathing, backstroke, breast stroke and dolphin kicks, retrieving objects in deeper water, treading water, jumping into deep water and compact dives.
Swimmers should already be able to: swim front and back crawl 25 yards. Swimmers will work on: rotary breathing, freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, scissors kick and sidestroke, whip kick and breaststroke, intro to turning at wall, treading water with modified scissors, and diving in kneeling position.
Swimmers should already be able to: swim freestyle, breaststroke and backstroke 25 yards, scissors kick, whip kick, treading water, and dive. Swimmers will work on: alternate breathing, stride jump, refinement of: freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke, dolphin kick and butterfly, open turn on front and back, feet-first surface dive, and treading water.
Swimmers should already be able to: swim front and back crawl 50 yds, elementary backstroke 25 yards, breaststroke 25 yards, butterfly 25 yards, sidestroke 10 yards, tread water for 3 minutes, and dive. Swimmers will work on: All six strokes, front and back crawl flip turn, breaststroke turn, breaststroke speed turn and pullout, butterfly turn, sidestroke turn, pike and tuck surface dive, pike and tuck dive from board, tread water for five minutes, and basic water rescue. Please note: Not all pools are deep enough to teach all of the diving segments of all levels – program modifications may be required to meet safety guidelines.