Aquatics

Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes from learning how to swim or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork from being part of a swim team, swimming at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out.

Swim Lessons

Private Swim Lessons

Semi-Private Swim Lessons

Swim Team

YMCA Lifeguard

Pool Rules

Swim Attire Guidelines

Test, Mark, Protect – Swim Test for all swimmers 17 and under

Family Swim Guidelines
  1. Youth 17 years and under must have a parent or adult present with them in a swim suit and in the pool. The parent or adult may not watch them from the deck in clothes or in their swim suit. They also may not swim laps and leave the child unattended in the shallow end, even if the child can swim.
  2. Children 5 years and younger MUST have an adult or parent in the water with them within arm’s reach at all times.
Open Swim Guidelines
  1. Youth 10 years and older may swim unsupervised by a parent or adult.
  2. Children 9 years and younger must have a parent or an adult present with them in a swim suit and in the pool. The parent or adult may not watch them from the deck in clothes or in their swim suit. They also may not swim laps and leave the child unattended in the shallow end, even if the child can swim.
  3. Children 5 years and younger MUST have an adult or parent in the water with them within arm’s reach at all times.