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The Perpetual Group Learn to Swim program offers parents a chance for long-term swimming success. This program is offered 6 days a week in Rancho Cucamonga, however, parents are asked to pick one day and time per week and commit to that class. The perpetual schedule allows students to work with the same instructor week after week, therefore improving the speed of success. The limited commitment allows parents the chance to ensure that their child can develop love and respect for the water, without having to commit to 3 to 4 days a week of instruction. It also completely eliminates the pre-summer mania of trying to teach young children to be safe in the water overnight, a task which is unrealistic and unfair to the child.

Premier Swim Academy offers three tiers of swim programs based on swimmers’ ages and skill levels, allowing the visible progression and success throughout the learn to swim process. With benchmarks for each level, swimmers have set goals to reach in order to level up. Our specially built group swimming lesson curriculum has been redesigned and re-developed to incorporate the latest information on child development and learning. Whether you are looking for basic water safety, stroke development, or swim team prep, our group swim lessons will help your child learn to swim and love every minute of it!

Our group swim lesson curriculum is built for swimmers ages 3 and up. If you’re looking for baby or toddler swim lessons, check out our Parent and Me swim classes!

Price: $25.00 per class (Billed Monthly)

How old is your child?

Can the swimmer hold their breath under water?

Can the swimmer push off of a wall or step, with their face in the water, and glide on their belly for 3-5 seconds?

Can the swimmer maintain a float on their back WITHOUT the use of tools or assistance (i.e. floaties, noodles, adult assistance)?

Can the swimmer roll from a face down position in the water, into a float on their back with their face above the water?

Can the swimmer, while face down in the water, kick independently with straight legs and pointed toes?

Can the swimmer kick, face down, across the pool and breathe by rolling into a back float?

Can the swimmer kick on their back with straight legs, pointed toes across the length of the pool (aprox. 30 ft)?

Can the swimmer breathe by turning their head to the side (not lifting the head straight up/forward) while kicking independently on a kickboard?

Can the swimmer swim freestyle independently with their face down in the water, rotating to the side to breath (not lifting the head straight up/forward)?

Can the swimmer swim independent backstroke?

Can the swimmer do independent breaststroke kicks using a kickboard or noodle to support the arms?

Can the swimmer do independent dolphin kicks (butterfly stroke kicks)?

Can the swimmer do independent breaststroke?

Can the swimmer do independent butterfly?

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