Rolling Hills Swim Club offers both free group lessons and paid private swim lessons to our members, their children and guests. Lessons are available to swimmers of all ages and all skill levels, including lessons for swimmers-to-be. Our program is coordinated on swimtopia.com. Please visit rhsclessons.swimtopia.com for detailed information, times and events.
Also, we encourage you to subscribe to RainedOut.com to get textupdates about weather delays. Text RHSC8301 to 84483 to get updates from Rolling Hills Swim Club and Text RHSeahawks to 84483 to get updates from swim/dive team.Registration Begins May 23rd at 6pm.
The morning and evening sessions June 21st - July 2nd.
Limit 15 per session (subject to change).
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Both private and group swim lessons are taught by selected members of the Rolling Hills staff, who are experienced swim instructors at the Club, and are certified life guards with CPR training.
- Free group lessons are offered to members. Lessons are TBD.
There will not be make up classes for inclement weather. Registration opens May 20th at 6pm
Private lessons are available to swimmers of all ages and all skill levels, and are highly recommended for those who might benefit from individual attention. Private lessons are much more flexible than group lessons, since time, frequency, and focus are individually arranged between the instructor and student/parents.
The cost is $30 per half-hour session and payable to Rolling Hills Swim Club. Time for the lesson is arranged between the instructor and the parent of the student. Please contact our swim lesson coordinator, Susanna Horner, or fill out the Individual Swim Lesson form that's available at the front desk or download the PDF form from the website.
|Level I: Learning To Swim Independently|
Prerequisite: Child must leave parent willingly, be comfortable in the water, follow directions and function well in a group.
Class Emphasis: To help children gain basic aquatic skills to include: entering and exiting the water safely, blowing bubbles through mouth and nose, submerging mouth, nose and eyes underwater; With Assistance - floating and gliding on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, treading water, swimming with assistance using arms and legs on front and back. Emphasis is on water adjustment. When possible, children are grouped according to ability.
|Level II: Moving Toward A Greater Independence In The Water|
Prerequisite: Child must leave parent willingly, be comfortable in the water and function well in a group. Student must be able to: blow bubbles through mouth and nose at least three seconds, submerge face under water, and swim on front and back (with assistance) at least two body lengths, must be able to stay in front and backfloat position for at least three seconds.
Class Emphasis: Children gain greater independence in their skills and continue to gain comfort in the water. Skills include breath holding, rhythmic breathing (bobbing), floating and gliding on front and back with and without assistance, swimming at least three body lengths with and without assistance.
|Level III: Learning To Swim With Better Form And Greater Endurance|
Prerequisite: Student must be able to swim without assistance at least three body lengths on front and back. Student must be able to hold breath under water at least three seconds.
Class Emphasis: Help child gain basic swimming propulsive skills and increase endurance and distance without flotation devices. Skills include: entering water by jumping in (chest deep water), submerging and holding breath five seconds, rotary breathing, treading water, swimming front crawl 10 yards and on back five yards.
|Level IV: Advanced Stroke Work|
Prerequisite: Student must be able to swim front crawl and back stroke at least five body lengths.
Class Emphasis: Help student continue to improve their endurance and skill for treading water, front crawl and back strokes. To swim front crawl 15 yards, elementary back strokes five yards; and introduce the breaststroke and diving from the side of the pool.