More Levels, More Confidence, More Fun
Welcome to a new and exciting program for swim lessons at the J! The J Splash Academy is our new, all-encompassing swim program, designed to create confident, strong, lifelong swimmers of all ages (starting at 6 months).
Our instructors are trained to offer compassion-based instruction, positive reinforcement and encouragement each step of the way. There are three broad areas of J Splash: Introduction to Water & Water Safety Skills, Basic Swimming Skills, and Competitive Swimming Technique. As children progress, they will “swim” their way through the fun development tiers. The new program provides more opportunity for skill level progression, regular feedback and accomplishment awards for swimmers as they progress through our “fishy” levels.
Group Lessons Details:
Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur or Marilyn Fox Building/Chesterfield
Once a week (8 classes/45min)
$92 members/$132 public
$102 members/$146 public (after March 10)
Mondays, March 23 – May 11
Tuesdays, March 24 – May 12
Wednesdays, March 25 – May 13
Thursdays, March 26 – May 14
Saturdays, March 21 – May 9
Sundays, March 22 – May 10
Once a week (30 minutes)
Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
Sundays, March 22 – May 10, 11:15am
Marilyn Fox Building Creve Coeur
Sundays, March 22 – May 10, 11:15am
$60 members/$76 public
$66 members/$84 public (after March 10)
3 years and older. Create your own Splash Academy lesson group. You determine the day and time and we’ll arrange the class to meet your needs! Children of similar age and swimming ability recommended. We’ll maintain a 1:4 instructor ratio. Pricing based on a six-week session. Call to set up your group today!
Marilyn Fox Building/Chesterfield
$63 members/$93 public per six-week session
Cancellation policy: Cancellations prior to the first lesson will receive a 75% credit. No refunds once a program begins.
There are no personal make-ups for missed classes. Classes cancelled due to weather or pool-related issues will be rescheduled.
Classes introduce basic skills and safety to parents and children, while comforting parents as they teach their infants about putting their face in the water, blowing bubbles and being relaxed in a pool. Parent(s) are required to be in the water with their child.
This is an introduction to basic water skills thorough interactive play for children with little or no experience in a pool. Get in, get wet, and get comfortable.
Children comfortable in the water, but with limited skills, will be encouraged to do all Starfish skills independently. Pufferfish focus is to learn basic swimming survival.
Swimmers will receive an introduction to strokes and kicks as instructors focus on underwater breath control, kicking and pulling to result in forward-motion swimming and in-water safety skills. Students must be able to perform all Starfish and Puffer fish skills independently.
Angelfish step up to stroke development by learning and practicing beginner stokes, and an eventual introduction to advanced strokes and kicks. Instruction will also include diving and various techniques for treading water.
Stingrays will receive further instruction on proper stroke techniques and proficient rotary breathing. Swimmers will improve their skills practicing specific swimming and breathe control drills.
Once swimmers are able to perform all strokes and dives proficiently, instruction shifts focus to distant and endurance swimming, while introducing competitive swimming skills.
*Starfish – Angelfish will have a 4:1 students to instructor ratio. Stingrays and Hammerheads will have a 6:1 ratio.