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Hartland Consolidated Schools

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Swim Lessons

Group Swim Lessons

Group Swim Lessons

Summer 2022 Swim Lessons

Registration begins for members Friday May 27th, 2022 

Registration begins Tuesday May 31, 2022
Lessons begin Monday June 6th, 2022

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To: 81010
Swim Lesson Types

Swim Lesson Types

Parent Tot

The Parent Tot program provides an introduction to the aquatic environment, focusing on safety and comfort in the water. This is a parent participation class where they will learn skills and techniques to make the water fun and safe. Skills covered include water safety, blowing bubbles, floating, kicking, jumping, and submerging.Songs and games are a key part of the learning experience.
Age 6 months to 4 years


The Pre-Beginner program is focused on developing independence and comfort in the water. As well as building the foundation for learning proper stroke technique. Pre-Beginner swimmers will learn water safety, floating,submerging face, breath control, arm and leg movements. There are no prerequisite skills but the student must be at least 4 years old.

Beginner I

The Beginner I class focuses on building a solid foundation for swimming. Students will learn how to float on their front and back, as well as work on breath control and rhythmic breathing.
Prerequisite: Ability to submerge face

Beginner II

The Beginner II class will focus on moving through the water independently on the front and back. Students will build on their water safety, breath control, floating, pulling, and kicking skills with the goal of swimming 5 yards on the front and back. 
Prerequisite: Ability to float on front and back

Intermediate I

The Intermediate I class focuses on improving the front crawl and backstroke. Students will refine their rotary breathing skills. Students will also be introduced to diving, open and flip turns.
Prerequisites: Ability to swim 5 yards on the front and back using alternating arm strokes

Intermediate II

The Intermediate II class will focus on introducing breaststroke. They will learn the kick, pull, body position and breathing pattern for the breaststroke. Other skills introduced will include the dolphin kick, and treading water.
Prerequisites:Ability to swim 25 yards on front using rotary breathing


Students in the advanced class will be introduced to the butterfly stroke, as well as the breaststroke pullout. They will also continue to refine the techniques learned in the intermediate classes.
Prerequisite: Ability to swim 25 yards of breaststroke

Swim Clinic

Students in the swim clinic will work to perfect each of the four competitive strokes as well as the starts, turns and finishes associated with each stroke. Swimmers will become familiar with competition rules and learn basic workout techniques.
Prerequisites: Ability to swim 25 yards each of front and back crawl, breaststroke, and butterfly