Level II Swimmers

Selecting the appropriate class for your swimmer is based on many factors including age, ability, temperament, group dynamics, and teacher/class availability. 

Our intermediate and advanced Swimmer courses are designed to build on student’s previous swimming education while teaching swimmers more breathing and competitive swimming techniques.

Our goal is to match swimmers of similar ages and similar abilities so that no child feels they are the “slow” person in the class. Choosing the right class is a team effort that includes input from parents, children, our teachers, and our experienced office team.

Our teachers are certified and insured by Swim Schools International and follow the award winning Gold Script© lesson plans when teaching classes.

Programs Offered

Intermediate I

Upon completion of the Intermediate I class, swimmers should be able to swim 25M (82ft) Freestyle using Bilateral Breathing and flip turns. When your swimmers can demonstrate mastery of all the final skills for Intermediate I, they will be promoted to the Intermediate II class.

Course information

Class Length

30 minutes.

Class Size

4 Students.

Intermediate II

This section builds on the skills learned in Intermediate I with an emphasis placed on learning a new stroke and new drills.  The Competitive Backstroke is introduced, along with Backstroke Flip Turns and Whip Kick on the front.  Upon completion of the Intermediate II level, swimmers should be able to swim Competitive Backstroke with a Backstroke Flip Turn for 12M (40ft).  When your swimmers can demonstrate mastery of all the final skills for Intermediate II, they will be promoted to the Advanced I class.

Course information

Class Length

30 minutes.

Class Size

4 Students.

Advanced I

The new skills you are teaching at this level are the Breaststroke and the Dolphin Kick. To master the Advanced I level, swimmers must swim Freestyle 50M (165ft), Competitive Backstroke 50M (160ft), and Breaststroke 25M (80ft).  Once your swimmers have mastered Breaststroke, they will move on to the Advanced II level where they will learn the competitive stroke of the Butterfly.

Course information

Class Length

30 minutes.

Class Size

4 Students.

Advanced II

Since this is a cumulative type of class, the prerequisites of 50M (165ft) Freestyle and Backstroke, and 50M (165ft) with flip turns and Breaststroke 25M (82ft), are also included as final goals.  Additionally, a 25M (82ft) Butterfly swim and the 100 Individual Medley is required to promote from Advanced II.   A swimmer who is able to demonstrate mastery of all four competitive strokes and can complete an Individual Medley of swimming 25M (82ft) of all four strokes is invited to advance to the Swim Team Prep level.  This elite group of swimmers trains to develop their endurance, strength and speed in the competitive strokes.

Course information

Class Length

30 minutes.

Class Size

4 Students.

Swim Team Prep

The prerequisites of swimming 25M (80ft) with each of the four competitive strokes should be handled by the Advanced II level before entering the Swim Team Prep. The final goals of this class are an 800M (2600ft) freestyle and a 400M (1300ft) Individual Medley of all four competitive strokes, including 100M (330ft) each of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle.  Additionally, a 10 minute tread is included as a bonus skill.

Course information

Class Length

30 minutes.

Class Size

4 Students.

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Special Needs

The Swim School is proud to offer both private and group lessons tailored to students with special needs.

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