A private swimming lesson is a dedicated 30-minute block of time. During that time, participants will work with Julie to meet personal goals.
Benefits of private swim lessons include, but are not limited to: dedicated one-on-one attention, curriculum flexibility, and the ability to work on and master multiple aspects of swimming in a short time.
Private sessions can:
- promote greater confidence in the water,
- provide the extra assistance needed to overcome a hurdle,
- allow a student to process the lesson without distraction.
Private Lessons are $600 per swimester. Lessons may be prorated based on start date - we do not prorate based on how many you will attend per swimester, rather how many lessons are left in the swimester. Individual lessons are available based on instructor availability at $75/half-hour lesson. Inquire by email. Individual lesson requests are not honored during any registration period.
In addition to the tuition fee, there is a non-refundable registration fee of $5 per student added after registration.
Semi-private lessons may be available for immediate family members (siblings only) with swimmers at the same level (see our group classes for levels, this means age + ability). If you know that you meet these requirements, you may register one child for a private lesson and then email firstname.lastname@example.org with the additional child's information. Semi-Private lessons are $750 per swimester. Individual lessons are not available for this format. Additionally, one (or more) parent may be required in the water for this type of lesson.
If classes are listed, but there is no "Register" button, check to see if registration is open yet. If registration is open - any classes without the Register or Wait List option are filled, with a full waitlist. If no classes are listed, all classes are currently full OR registration is closed, see the homepage for the next registration period. Thank you.
Important: Classes are not secured until your registration form is submitted AND you have recieved registration confirmation. Occasionally during the registration rush, people will beat you to the register button and you will not be enrolled. You will need to separately sign up for the waitlist at that point. See the first two FAQs.