Swim Lessons

Our goal is to promote and foster a life-long love/passion for the water.

Swim Lessons

Welcome back to the Swim Lesson Program at the RBAC! We are excited to get back in the water and teach the community a balance between learning how to swim and having fun. The water is a great equalizer amongst our diverse community and we want everyone to be able to enjoy the water safely. It is our mission to make sure that every person is water safe. Quality swim lessons save lives.

Until physical distancing restrictions ease up, instructors will either be teaching from the pool deck or the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times. 

We will be running family safe swim lessons for preschool levels 1-3 endurance and school-age levels 1&2. This will require a parent/guardian in the water with the child at all times (similar to the parent-infant classes). 

With the recent guidelines due to COVID-19, we have made some changes to the program to ensure the safety of patrons and staff alike. Please ensure you follow all protocols to keep everyone safe and healthy.

  • Group classes will have no more than 4 participants. Classes that do not meet the participant requirements may be canceled, combined or rescheduled to another time.
  • Registration must take place online or over the phone; no in-person registration will take place.
  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled lesson time.
  • Line up at the doors to the lobby, maintaining 6 foot distance between yourself and others.
  • Masks must be worn by everyone over the age of 2, unless in the showers or water.
  • Due to limited deck space, only one parent/guardian per lesson participant.
  • Swim Lesson participants will use the showers in the locker rooms in the Center’s clubhouse.
  • Everyone must shower prior to entering the pool.
  • There will be no access to the lockers for guests.
  • No changing in the locker rooms.
  • Locker Room doors will remain propped open and provide one-way access onto the pool deck. Individuals needing to use the facilities will use the on-deck Accessible/Family Changing Rooms.
  • Seating for immediate family members waiting for lessons to end will be available during swim lesson times.
  • Lesson participants must bring their own goggles. Goggles will not be available to borrow.
  • No showers or changing will be available post swimming; please bring a coverup.
  • Due to limited space and physical distancing requirements, everyone is expected to leave the facility upon the completion of their lessons.

We consider our swim lesson program to be the gateway program of the facility. Once a patron is water safe, they can successfully participate in other programs at our facility such as competitive swimming, diving, water polo, or water fitness.

For more information or to register: Please call Swim Lessons Customer Service at (626) 564-0330 x 601.

We offer group lessons for all ages and swimming abilities. We break down our classes first by age then by current skill set. We provide classes that match the cognitive development for the age group while remaining challenging enough to produce growth and advancement to the next level.

Until physical distancing restrictions ease up, instructors will either be teaching from the pool deck or the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times. 

We will be running family safe swim lessons for preschool levels 1-3 endurance and school-age levels 1&2. This will require a parent/guardian in the water with the child at all times (similar to the parent-infant classes). 

Current & Upcoming Session Dates:

Fall 2
October 5th – November 1st
Pre-Registration: Wednesday, September 23rd
Open Registration: Saturday, September 26th

Fall 3
November 2nd – November 29th
Pre-Registration: October 21st
Open Registration: October 24th

No lessons Thanksgiving Weekend: Thursday, 11/26 – Sunday, 11/29

Holiday Session
November 30th – December 13th
Pre-Registration: November 18th
Open Registration: November 21st

2.5 years and up

Due to pool space limitations, instructors will be teaching from the pool deck. Lesson participants must either be able to safely stand, be in the water independently or have a parent/guardian in the water with them.
 
We offer private lessons for our clients whose needs would be better met by one on one instruction. Private lessons allow our instructors to tailor lessons to their individual client’s needs.

Cost of private lessons: $42/half hour lesson

Private Lesson Packet

 

Providing consistency, reliability, and getting results is the hallmark of our private lessons program.

The Rose Bowl Aquatic Center believes that children and adults generally learn better in groups. We recommend and encourage group lessons. However, we do offer 30-minute private lessons by appointment only to children and adults whose needs would be better met by individual instruction. Private lessons clients will be matched up with an instructor that best meets the needs of each individual swimmer.

Getting Started 
To schedule private lessons, a private lessons packet must be read, filled out, and returned to the Swim Lessons Department via email, fax, or in person. Once this packet is submitted to the Swim Lessons department, you may contact a coordinator to discuss the days and times available for scheduling. To obtain a private lesson packet please click on the link above or you can pick one up at the front desk.

All payments must be made through the Swim Lessons Department at the time of scheduling any private lessons. Private lessons may be purchased one month at a time. The payment is to reserve the time slot for the amount of lessons purchased. There are no guarantees that the time slot you purchase will be open for future months that have not been paid for. 

Cancellations/ Rescheduling & Make-Ups
Cancellation of private lessons must be made 12 hours in advance. Make-up lessons may be scheduled if notification of an absence is made at least 12 hours in advance. In the case of a last minute cancellation due to illness, a doctor’s note will be needed to obtain credit for the missed class. In the event that any lessons were cancelled on behalf of the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center due to events or circumstances that were beyond our control (i.e., contamination, lighting) you will be entitled to a make-up lesson/s. Once you have scheduled private lessons and paid for them, no refunds will be issued. To cancel private lessons please call the Swim Lessons Customer Service at (626) 564-0330 ext. 411.

Instructors:

Cristina Alvarado
Jean-Paul Papouloute
Brian Laguna
Gary Iskandari
Peter Alvarado
Mildred Donis
Michelle Mitchell
Rob Oliveira
Evin Applewhite
Kaylee Vasquez
Gillana Lopez

Procedures on Day of Lesson
Your instructor will be waiting for you at the Customer Service table on the pool deck. Please feel free to discuss details about your child’s lessons with your instructor at the end of the lesson. You may discuss how much longer private lessons may be necessary and when moving back into group lessons may be beneficial.

3 years and up

Due to pool space limitations, instructors will be teaching from the pool deck. Both lesson participants must either be able to safely stand, be in the water independently or have a parent/guardian in the water with them.

Semi-private lessons are available to swimmers who are similar in age and swimming ability. This is the perfect way to have a private class for siblings, or just friends that want to share the learning experience together.

Cost of semi-private: $50/half hour lesson or $25/individual

Private Lesson Packet

Parent Infant (6-18 months)
Parent Infant (6-18 months)

In order to foster a life-long love for the water, it is vital for babies and toddlers to learn at their own pace. Practicing patience, building trust, and offering encouragement are the keys to your babies swimming success.

Experience tells us that babies will swim when they are ready. Our experienced instructors only teach safe, positive, and effective methods to teach parents and infants how to swim happily and safely!

Parent/Infant Swim Classes are for children 6-18 months old.

Ratio is 4:1

Parent Infant Beginner – Rubber Ducky
Infant must be 6 months old or be able to hold their head up on their own.
This level is a priceless parent infant bonding class that allows children to be stimulated in a new environment and eventually feel comfortable being in the water. Parents will learn to interact with their child safely in the water.

Parent Infant Intermediate – Baby Beluga
Child must be comfortable putting their face in the water on their own. Child must be able to blow bubbles voluntarily.
This level is a priceless parent infant bonding class, in which the infant already feels comfortable in the water. Parents will be encouraged to allow their infants to voluntarily put their face in the water and blow bubbles. An instructor will facilitate group activities that promote safe water exploration for infants.

Parent Preschool (18mos - 3yrs)
Parent Preschool (18mos - 3yrs)

Parent Preschool – Sea Otters
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be 18 months – 3 years old. Child must be showing signs of wanting to swim out of their parents hands when in the water.

This level is designed for avid toddlers that want to explore the water more freely while still having their parents by their side. They will be introduced to important swimming and survival skills. Depending on how receptive the toddler is, they may even begin to swim short distances on their own.

Preschool (3-6)
Preschool (3-6)

Preschool 1 Beginner – Pufferfish (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
No Entry Level Requirement

This level is designed to introduce the inexperienced or fearful child to the water.

Preschool 1 – Starfish (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
No Entry Level Requirement
This level is designed to help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Children will learn how to enter and exit the pool, hold their breath, blow bubbles, and put their face in the water. They will also learn to float on their belly, back and learn a front glide.

Preschool 2 – Seahorse (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to float on their belly unassisted and do a front glide for 5 feet.
This level introduces true locomotion skills. Children expand on their front glides to learn how to travel through the water without support. Breath control is introduced and taking a voluntary breath is practiced until mastered.

Preschool 3 – Clownfish (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to swim 10 feet unassisted and take one breath, then continue to swim.
The objective of this level is to increase confidence and water independence. Children will learn to come up for a breath independently and rhythmically. They will become comfortable with distance and deep water swimming. Change of direction is mastered and diving to the bottom of the shallow pool to retrieve an object is introduced. Children also learn how to enter and exit from the side of the pool deck.

Preschool 3 Endurance – Penguin (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to swim 15 feet unassisted with multiple breaths.
The objective of this level is to develop the endurance necessary for Preschool 4. Children will practice swimming 20-25 feet with multiple breaths. Children will be introduced to side breathing with assistance, rainbow arms with assistance, and kicking on their back with assistance.

Preschool 4 – Spotted Seal (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to comfortably swim 20 – 25 feet unassisted with multiple breaths.
This level is introduces the three strokes – Freestyle, Elementary Backstroke, and Backstroke. Treading water, recovery to a swimming position, and change of direction is mastered.

Preschool 5 – Dolphin (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to swim 25 yards of Freestyle and Backstroke correctly, comfortably, and without assistance. Child must be able to swim Elementary Backstroke comfortably. Child must be able to retrieve an object from a 5 foot depth without assistance.
The level refines the Freestyle and Backstroke technique. Endurance will increase as swimmers practice strokes in 50 yard increments. Breaststroke dolphin kicks, and treading water with an egg beater kick are introduced.

Preschool 6 – Hammerhead Shark (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirements: Child must be able to swim 50 yards of Freestyle and Backstroke. Child must be able to swim 25 yards of Breaststroke. Child is familiar with the butterfly kick. Child can tread water using an egg beater kick.
The objective of this level is to prepare students to join a formal swim team. The four competitive strokes are mastered: Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Butterfly. Swim team prep such as racing starts, racing dives, and flip turns, will be covered.

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School Age (6-13 years)
School Age (6-13 years)

School Age 1 – Turtle (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
No Entry Level Requirement
The objective of this level is to help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Children will learn how to enter and exit the pool safely, hold their breath, blow bubbles, and put their face in the water. They will learn how to float on their belly, float on their back, and how to do a front glide.

School Age 2 – Octopus (Parent/guardian must be in the water with child)
Entry Level Requirement: Child must feel comfortable submerging their face in the water. Child must be able to float on their belly unassisted and do a front glide for 5 feet.
The objective of this level is to introduce true locomotion skills. Since children already know how to glide, they can now travel through the water with the use of their arms and legs. They will learn how to flutter kick and swim with a basic paddle stroke. They will master floating on their belly and their back. They will continue to work on their front glide and will be taught how to back glide. They will practice treading water. Breath control and taking a voluntary breath is practiced until mastered.

School Age 3 – Manta Ray (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to comfortably swim 20 feet unassisted with multiple breaths. Child can do a front and back glide.
The objective of this level is to increase confidence and water independence. Change of direction and diving to the bottom of the shallow pool to retrieve an object is mastered. Students are introduced to aspects of Freestyle and Backstroke. Treading water, recovery to a swimming position, and change of direction are mastered. Water safety is achieved!

School Age 3 Endurance – Polar Bear (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to tread water. Child must be able to swim 30 feet using the ½ noodle doing rainbow arms. Child must be able to kick on their back using a kickboard or noodle for 30 feet.
The objective of this level is to develop the endurance necessary for School Age 4. Students will be taught to swim Freestyle and Backstroke without assistance. They will learn how to circle swim, and how to swim with fins. They will be taught a safety stroke (Elementary Backstroke) for in the event that they are too tired to finish the lap.

School Age 4 – Crocodile (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirements: Child must be able to swim 50 yards of Freestyle and Backstroke. Child must also be able to swim 25 yards of Elementary Backstroke.
The objective of this level is to allow students to develop their natural rhythm when swimming Freestyle and Backstroke. They will become comfortable with distance and deep water swimming. Students will be taught a new stroke: Breaststroke.

School Age 5 – Killer Whale (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirement: Child must be able to swim 100 yards of Freestyle and Backstroke with proper form. Child must be able to swim 50 yards of Breaststroke.
The objective of this level is to learn 2 new strokes: Sidestroke and Butterfly. Endurance and stamina will continue to increase as students practice swimming 100+ yards of each stroke. Treading water with an egg beater kick will be taught.

School Age 6 – Great White Shark (Instructor will teach from the deck or in the water, maintaining 6-foot distance at all times).
Entry Level Requirements: Child must be able to swim all 4 competitive strokes with proper form and efficient technique. Child must be proficient with deep water and distance swimming. Child must be able to tread water.
The objective of this level is to prepare students for a formal swim team. The four competitive strokes are mastered: Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Butterfly. Swim team prep such as racing starts, racing dives, and flip turns will be covered.

Junior Adult (13-17 years)
Junior Adult (13-17 years)

Junior Adult Swim Lessons 13 to 17 years of age.
Ratio is 4:1
Classes are 60 minutes long!

No Entry Level Requirement
Whether a complete beginner or an experienced swimmer, this class allows teens to comfortably learn how to swim amongst their peers. As they build their confidence, they will master breath control, learn how to float, kick with proper form, and will eventually be taught true strokes.

Adult (18 years & up)
Adult (18 years & up)

Adult Swim Lessons 18 years of age and Up
Ratio is 4:1
Classes are 60 minutes long!

Adult – Beginner
No Entry Level Requirement
This class is designed to introduce the fearful or inexperienced adult to the water. Adults will learn how to relax and feel comfortable in the water. Once a certain level of comfort is achieved adults will be taught breath control, how to float on their belly and back, glide, and then progress to a basic paddle stroke. Freestyle will be taught and practiced until mastered. Adults will also learn to float on their back while kicking.

Adult – Intermediate/ Advanced
Entry Level Requirement: Adult must be able to comfortably swim 150 yards of Freestyle. Adult must also be able to float on their back while kicking. Adult must feel comfortable swimming in a depth where they are not able to stand on the pool floor.
This course covers refining Freestyle and increasing one’s endurance from 150 yards to 400+ yards of Freestyle. Adults will be taught a progression of new strokes: Backstroke, Breaststroke, and Butterfly. Adults will begin to develop more strength and power as they swim. Once the class starts swimming sets, they will learn open turns and flip turns. Water safety is achieved!

Triathlon Training – Beginner
No Entry Level Requirement
When training for the swimming portion of a triathlon, it is important to first feel comfortable in the water. This class will not only teach you how to feel comfortable, but will provide you with enough stroke proficiency to complete any desired distance. Typically, adults are most efficient when swimming Freestyle, so that stroke will be emphasized throughout the course of the class.

Triathlon Training – Intermediate/Advanced
Entry Level Requirement: Must have previously completed a triathlon.
This course is designed to provide Triathletes with an experienced coach while they train for their next Triathlon. Long distance swimming will be emphasized while the instructor breaks down everyone’s stroke so that they swim as efficiently as possible.

Instructors

Cristina Alvarado
Director of Swim Lessons
Karen Meza-Cortez
Swim Lessons Coordinator
Alyssa Zayas
Instructor
Amber Gonzalez-Pacheco
Instructor
Amber Mallet
Instructor
Analy Banuelos
Instructor
Bailey Wukmir
Instructor
Ben Do
Instructor
Blanca Sanchez
Instructor
Brian Laguna
Private Lesson Instructor
Caitlyn Barajas
Instructor
Cindy Martinez-Mendez
Instructor
Diana Vasquez
Instructor
Elizabeth Khachtryan
Instructor
Evin Applewhite
Instructor
Gary Iskandari
Private Lesson Instructor
Gillana Lopez
Instructor/Customer Service
Grace Worku
Instructor
Ilka Jensen
Instructor
Jean-Paul Papouloute
Private Lesson Instructor
Jennifer Arechiga
Instructor
Jennifer Romero
Instructor
Jonathan Arechiga
Instructor
Joseph Manukyan
Instructor
Josie King
Instructor
Juan Torres
Private Lesson Coordinator
Karah Gebhard
Instructor
Karen Powers
Instructor
Karla Sanchez
Instructor
Kaylee Vasquez
Instructor
Kaylen Rostamlou
Instructor
Lidia Hakopian
Instructor
Lili Dow
Instructor
Mason Lau
Instructor
Mike Dowell
Instructor
Michelle Mitchell
Private Lesson Instructor
Mildred Donis
Instructor/Customer Service
Natalia Sanchez
Instructor
Nathalie Ramirez
Instructor
Naomi Levinthal
Instructor
Nicole Sao
Instructor
Peter Alvarado
Private Lesson Instructor
Samantha Garces
Instructor
Sara Mackenzie
Instructor
Sofia Diaz
Instructor
Tia Johnson
Customer service
Vanessa Trissthain
Customer service

FAQs

Policies

  • All patrons entering the pool must be wearing proper swimming attire.
  • Masks must be worn at all times on deck.
  • We have lessons rain or shine.
  • Please contact us at least 4 hours in advance if you are feeling ill and will not attending class.
  • Zero tolerance policy for students hitting instructors or using profanity.
  • All patrons regardless of age must use the restroom prior to getting in the water.
  • All infants/toddlers must wear a swim diaper until they are 3 years of age and potty trained.

What to bring to swim class:

  • Proper swim attire
  • Goggles
  • Towel
  • Sandals
  • Hat (Parent Infant class)
  • Apply sunscreen 30 minutes prior to your class (sunscreen applied less than 30 minutes prior to class just comes off in the water)
  • Masks
  • Cover-up

What are the age requirements for swim lessons?

  • Parent Infant (6 months – 18 months)
  • Parent Preschool (18 months – 3 years)
  • Preschool Level (3 years – 6 years)
  • School Age Level (6 years – 13 years)
  • Jr. Adult Levels (13 years – 17 years)
  • Adult Levels (18 years & up)

How do I know what level to sign up for?

Levels are first separated by age, then by current skill set. We have the class level descriptions listed above under Group Lessons. We also offer free 5-10 minute assessments so that we can place patrons in the appropriate level. If you would like to schedule an assessment, please call (626)564-0330 ext.601 and ask to speak with either the Director of Swim Lessons or the Swim Lessons Coordinator.

How do I register for a class?

To register for swim lessons we will need to create an account for you and your family. The account can be made online or over the phone by providing basic information. Patrons may register for a class online, or over the phone at (626)564-0330 ext. 601. We will need a form of payment to complete the registration and hold your spot. All major credit cards, cash, and checks are accepted. Full payment must be made at the time of registration.

Should we register for group or private lessons?

Group lessons are a more economical option. Some children learn better in a group setting. Private lessons are aimed for those swimmers who learn better in a one-on-one setting or those with specific goals in mind.

Are there any registration or membership fees?

There are no registration or membership fees.

How much do swim lessons cost?

Prices vary from session to session. The cost for each 30 minute lesson is $16.00 but we do charge for the full session in advance. Please look for the current swim times and prices online or at the front desk.

Are discounts offered for siblings or twins?

No, there are no discounts for siblings or twins.

What is Pre-Registration and how do I qualify?

Pre-Registration occurs 3 days prior to the Open Registration date. It is for those who are enrolled in the current session. Pre-Registration provides an opportunity to select classes before they open to the general public.

At what age should my child start taking lessons?

We offer lessons for children 6 months and older. The earlier a child is introduced to the water, the more comfortable he/she is likely to be in the water in the future.

How long will it take for my child to learn to swim?

All swimmers learn at their own pace. The more consistent the lessons are, the faster children will learn. Parents who use positive encouragement, especially if children are hesitant or show fear of the water, are key in helping their children learn to swim.

How many times a week should my child swim?

Children should swim two or more times a week. Consistency is key! The more opportunities your child has to practice, the faster they will learn.

Should we take a break or swim year round?

It is best to swim year round. If children continue to swim year-round, they will have the best opportunity to build their swimming skills. If they take a break, their swimming skills will most likely regress.

What should I do for the first day or lessons?

On the first day of class, please arrive 15 minutes early. A Waiver of Liability must be signed at the time or registration for each individual who will be at the Center.  Once you enter the Center, proceed to the locker rooms to shower off and use the restroom. We have chairs available to sit at during lessons.  A designated waiting areas will be identified for swim lessons.

Do parents stay during the lessons?

Yes. One parent/guardian per participant may be at the Center. Parents/guardians must remain on the pool deck in the designated space during their children’s entire swim lesson if they are not in the water with their child.

What is the swim lesson cancellation policy?

In the event a swimmer is not able to finish the session, once the lesson department is notified, the remaining days of the session will be credited toward their RBAC account. If there is a doctor’s note with dates the swimmer must be out of the water, then an RBAC credit will be issued toward the swimmer’s RBAC account.

Does the Center offer credits or refunds?

Credits are offered if the swimmer cannot finish out the session, or if there is a doctor’s note. The doctor’s note must be on letterhead with the swimmer’s name and dates they cannot be in the water. We have a no refund policy.

Do you offer make-up lessons?

Temporarily unavailable.

Can I request an instructor?

Yes. If there is an instructor that you feel is a good fit for your child’s learning abilities you can request that teacher at the time of your next registration. The request is not a guarantee; however, if the instructor is available we will try to make that accommodation.

Can I request my group instructor for private lessons?

There is a set staff for our Private Lessons. These instructors have been at the center the longest and hold the highest levels of expertise. If you would like your group lesson instructor to teach private lessons for your child, this will only be possible if we are able to schedule the private lesson before or after one of their group lesson shifts.

Can I have a credit if my child got sent home from school but I am not going to the doctor?

Yes. If you can provide a letterhead document from the school stating the swimmer’s name and date of missed class due to being sent home sick from school we can provide a credit to your RBAC account for that day.

Can I change my child’s level in the middle of the session if I feel they are ready for the next level?

No. Instructors will offer information on your child’s level as it becomes necessary but we do not advise you switch levels midsession. It is more beneficial for your child to get extra practice increase endurance before moving to the next level.

The class I wanted is full. Can I be waitlisted?

Yes but it is important to mention that the only way to register someone off of a waitlist is if someone un-enrolls from that specific class. This happens on occasion but not very often. Rather, our recommendation would be to register for a class that is open. We offer many levels each half hour, so you should be able to register for a class either 30 minutes before or after your first choice of class. You can check availability with the office as frequently as you would like to see if the time you prefer is available. If it is, we will be able to assist you with transferring your class time.

Can both parents be in the water during Parent Infant lessons?

No. Due to pool space we recommend that only one parent be in the water at a time with your child; however, if you would like to switch or take turns being in the water with your infant that is okay.

Does my infant need a swim diaper even if they just had a diaper change or went to the restroom?

Yes. All infants and children who are not potty trained must have a swim diaper upon entering the water. 

Where are swim lessons taught?

Lessons are taught in the recreational pool. 

My class got cancelled because of a contamination. Can I do a makeup?

No. When classes are cancelled because of a contamination, a credit will be put onto your RBAC account to use towards future lessons. Make-ups are not allowed for classes cancelled because of a contamination.

Can my child wear floaties?

No. Floatation devices are not permitted as they will not provide children with the ability to practice true swimming skills. 

Assessments

The swim lessons department offers $5 assessments to determine what level a patron should be placed in. After you complete the assessment, a $5 credit will be placed on your Rose Bowl Account. You will then be able to apply that credit towards your swim lesson registration. Missed assessments will not receive the credit. The assessment will be 5-10 minutes long. If you would like to schedule an assessment, please call (626)564-0330 ext. 601 and ask to speak with either the Swim Lessons Director or Coordinator.

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We'd love to hear from you! Contact Program Director:

Cristina Alvarado