Swim Lessons

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Mommy and Me (Baby Beluga): 25 min
Ages: 6 mon-2 yrs
Class limit: 6
Participants will learn how to work safely and effectively in the water with infant or toddler. Basic water safety skills will be covered. This program emphasizes enjoyment for you and your child. An adult must accompany. Children must wear swim diapers.

Jellyfish (Pre-Beginner): 25 min
Ages: 2-4
Class Limit: 2
Pre Requisite: Children must be able to participate independently. Children will learn basic swimming skills and water safety. Children are given a two week adjustment period. Children who continue to be uncomfortable in the class must move back to Mommy and Me class.

Tadpole (Beginner): 25 min
Ages: 3-5
Class Limit: 3
Prerequisite: Children must be able to participate independently. Your child will be taught basic swimming skills and water safety. With an emphasis on freestyle and backstroke.

Starfish (Advanced Beginner): 25 min
Ages: 3-5
Class limit: 3
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 3-5 feet, float on back, and be safe in the water. Your child will be taught more advanced freestyle with an emphasis on side breathing. They will also be taught more advanced backstroke and beginning breast stroke.

Moray Eel (Intermediate): 25 min
Ages: 3-5
Class Limit: 3
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim freestyle and backstroke the width of the pool. Children will perfect freestyle and backstroke technique. They will also learn basic breaststroke and butterfly skills. Diving will be introduced.

Porpoise (Swimmer): 25 min
Ages: 3-5
Class limit: 3
Prerequisite: Must have completed the Moray Eel level and be able to swim freestyle and backstroke the length of the pool. Children in the this class will perfect all four strokes freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. They will also continue to work on diving skills.

Manatee (Beginner): 25 min
Ages: 5 & up
Class Limit: 3
Prerequisite: Children must be able to participate independently. Your child will be taught basic swimming skills and water safety. With an emphasis on freestyle and backstroke.

Orca (Intermediate): 25 min
Ages: 5 & up
Class Limit: 4
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim freestyle and backstroke the width of the pool.
Children will perfect freestyle and backstroke technique. They will also learn basic breaststroke and butterfly skills.

Swordfish (Swimmer): 25 min
Ages: 5 & up
Class Limit: 4
Prerequisite: Must have completed the Orca level and be able to swim freestyle and backstroke the length of the pool.
Children in the this class will perfect all four strokes freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Diving will be introduced.

Sea Dragons (Advanced Swimmer): 25 min
Ages: may vary
Class Limit: 6
Prerequisite: Must have completed the Swordfish or porpoise level.
This class is taught in the lap pool. Children will increase their endurance by swimming greater distances. Students will learn swim team skills such as starts, turns, and finishes. Racing dives are introduced.

Registration Offers Convenience, Flexibility

At Delta Valley, you only need to enroll your student once in our swim program. Our stress-free, perpetual-based system does away with lotteries, deadlines to worry about or spots to lose. Plus, you won’t have to think about paying by a deadline to continue, you simply pay the processing membership fee and, first-month tuition to get started after that its automatic no hassle to you.

How does registration work?

Swim classes at Delta Valley are ongoing and year-round. You can enroll your student(s) at any time. Different level classes are offered at various times throughout the week. If you are interested in the most up-to-date schedule, check with the aquatics center at (925) 240-2990.

Once enrolled, that spot in the class belongs to your child until you notify us otherwise. If you need to make a change, simply contact the aquatics center up to twenty-four hours before your next class. You can then find another option that better suits your needs. If you want to stop lessons, you may do so for any reason by providing us with thirty-day advance written notice of the last class your child will be attending. That’s all there is to it!

How are class levels determined?

During the enrollment process, our staff will take great care in leading you through a series of questions. For example, here are a number of common questions we typically ask parents during the enrollment process:

  • Has your child taken swimming lessons before? If so, when and where?
  • When was the last lesson taken?
  • What is your child’s current school and/or activity schedule?
  • Does your child have any separation anxiety or fears about swim class?
  • How comfortable is your child in the water?
  • Can your child put his or her face in the water?
  • Can your child swim any distance without assistance or flotation devices?

Discussing these questions with our staff will help determine the most appropriate class level for your child.

What happens once a suitable class is selected?

Once a class has been found, your payment of the processing fee and the first month’s tuition will secure your child’s spot in the class. We also ask that you complete our Registration Form prior to the start of the first class. The form can be downloaded from our web site, or picked up from the aquatics desk.

Going forward, tuition is charged monthly via direct debit from a checking or savings account, or as an automatic credit card charge, billing date corresponds with first class date.

Call the Aquatics Department Today to Get Started: (925) 240-2990
Or E-mail us with any questions to: info@deltavac.com

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