Learn to Swim

Learning to swim is an important life skill. The Town's Learn to Swim program strives to open the door to a lifetime of opportunities in water through progressive instruction in a group or private setting. Our year-round program specializes in teaching all ages and ability levels, from toddlers to adults, following a continuous curriculum developed to ensure swimmers learn the skills and endurance to be safe and confident in the water.

With a maximum depth of 4 feet 6 inches, and temperature around 87 degrees, the Miller Activity Complex (MAC) Pool is an ideal location for swimmers to learn to be
comfortable in the water.

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Swim lesson details

Each Learn to Swim session typically runs 8 weeks in length to build upon the skills learned from previous sessions. Condensed "swim camps" run in the summertime.

  • Group lessons are offered Monday through Thursday and on Saturdays.
  • All weekday lessons meet two days a week with Saturdays meeting one day per week.
  • Private lessons are available once a week and are 30 minutes in length.

Are you an experienced swimmer? We also offer competitive swim teams, competitive diving, SCUBA classes, Lifeguarding and safety classes.

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  2. Fundamentals
  3. Stroke Development
  4. Stroke Refinement

Parent tot is designed to help children, and their guardians, feel comfortable in the water. Through play and smiles, the littles are able to learn and associate pool time as fun time!  

LevelAgesPrimary Objectives
Parent tot6 to 24 monthsParents help introduce children to the water using circle-time songs, while learning basic body positioning and holding techniques to promote water comfort.

One adult per child is required to be in the water. Swim diapers or plastic pants are required.


Follow the links above to see specific skills and requirements for each level and to register.