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aqua6To prevent unnecessary pool closures, Aquaventures has a DOUBLE diaper policy.

If your child is not 100% potty trained, he/she must wear 2 reusable swim diapers with elastic legs and waist. Disposable swim diapers and reusable diapers with Velcro or ties are not permitted because these do not create a good seal around the waist and legs. If you are unsure about a swim diaper that you already have, please bring it in for us to check.

We sell 2 brands of reusable swim diapers: Dolphin Swimwear (adjustable) and Finis.

girl_and_dad_ballNo, we do not offer any makeup classes. However, you can attend our Family Exploratory Swim to make up for missed practice time.

Family Swim is an open swim time where students can come in to practice or play. An adult must be in the water with each child. Family Swims are offered during our Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions, on Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00-2:00pm (except when pool is closed on holiday weekends). 1 free swim is included with your annual membership fee. If you miss a lesson, you also get 1 free swim for each missed lesson. We keep a record of the attendance for 1 year so you can “make up” missed lessons within 1 year, as long as you have a valid membership. Otherwise, the cost is $3.50 for adults, $2.25 for children over 3 yrs, and kids under 3 yrs are free.

pg1_underwaterpuppetThe curriculum for these classes is the same. The only difference between these classes is the age range: Waterbabies for students 6 months to 18 months, Parent/Tot for 18 months to almost 3 years, and Family Tot for 6 months to almost 3 years. Family Tot is a mixed age class and offers additional options of class days and times for any student under 3 years. A Family Tot class is also an option for families with a baby and a toddler to swim in the same class. However, one adult per child is required to be in the water.
Swimming Class Kids on Floating Duck MatMost students need more than one session to complete a level. We expect students to master specific technical requirements within the skills in each level.

Since we have a maximum of only 4 students per class in all skill-based levels, we always teach to each individual’s skill level and not a class level name. This is done by adjusting the distance, level of assistance, or modifying the activity according to each child. It is much easier to challenge a more advanced swimmer than to have a weaker swimmer struggle in a level that they are not ready for. We want the child to gain confidence and experience success.

If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s progress, please feel free to speak with the Deck Supervisor or contact us.