Baby & Me Swim Lessons

Ages 6 months to 35 months

Toddler Swim Lessons

Ages 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 Years

Swim Lessons

Ages 3 1/2 to Adult

Riptide Swim Team

Ages 5 to 18 Years

Water Safety Presentations

Ages 3 to Adult

Enrichment Swimming Classes

We offer enrichment lessons for those students that attend preschool at the facilities where our lessons are offered.


Discovery Pre-school Center at Boca Raton                                Discovery Pre-School Center at Coconut Creek

10085 Yamato Road                                                                         5601 Regency Lakes Blvd

Boca Raton, FL 33498                                                                     Coconut Creek, FL 33073


Discovery Pre-school Center at Coral Springs                            Bright Horizons at Wellington

4441 Coral Springs Drive                                                                3220 S. State Road 7

Coral Springs, FL 33065                                                                Wellington, FL 33414



Frequently Asked Questions


How will my child get to his/her swimming lesson each day?

Your child will be picked up from his/her classroom.


Can I join a class after the term commences?

No problem.  OUR PROGRAM IS A CONTINUOUS PROGRAM so tuition will be prorated relative to your start date.  However, please call ASAP to register to assure availability as classes may fill quickly.


When will my child be evaluated?

Instruction and evaluation are ongoing during the lesson.  Your instructor or the Site Director will move your child when your child is ready to progress to the next level.


Can my child use goggles in swimming classes?

Goggles are great for getting beginner swimmers comfortable in the water.  They are also great for advanced swimmers who are working on strokes and endurance.  We do not supply goggles for use during lessons, but they are available for purchase.  Please call the office to order any boutique items.


Should I allow my child to use floaties outside of swimming lessons?

Not only do floaties offer a false sense of security to a parent and child, but they also hinder a child’s progress in learning to swim correctly.  Please refrain from using them all the time.


Please remember that even children with excellent swimming skills need the watchful eye of an adult to keep them safe.  No child should ever be considered “water safe” or “drownproof” regardless of swimming experience or ability.  Children should never be left unattended around pools or open water.