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Georgetown Parks & Recreation

Learn to Swim Group Lessons

Ages 6 months-Adult

Due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, we are not currently registering for swim lessons and lifeguard courses. The rescheduled date has not yet been determined, but will be announced on our website and social media as soon as it is decided.

COVID-19 Program Protocols

Program Cancellation and Withdrawal Policy

Registration Forms
Spring/Summer Swim Lessons: Please complete and turn in an Aquatics Registration Spring/Summer 2020 form at the time of registration (required for minors to be registered in any Aquatics or American Red Cross course.)

Refunds will only be given if notice is received 7 or more days prior to the start of course. No refund will be given with less than 7 days’ notice. Because of staffing requirements, fee will not be prorated for partial attendance.

Which level is right for your child?  Learn to Swim Level Flow Chart


The purpose of Parent and Child Aquatics is to teach safe behaviors around the water. This course develops swimming readiness by leading parents and their children in water exploration activities with the objective of having fun and becoming comfortable in, on, and around water. An adult is required to participate with the child. Each course includes 8 lessons.


Preschool Aquatics aims to promote the developmentally appropriate learning of fundamental water safety and aquatic skills by young children. Red Cross Preschool Aquatics teaches aquatic skills and safety skills in a logical progression to prepare children for Learn-to-Swim Level 1 and Level 2. Each course includes 8 lessons.


The objective of Preschool Advanced is to increase children’s proficiency in
performing previously learned skills. This is accomplished by providing additional guided practice and increasing repetitions and distances. The skills in Preschool Advanced are performed with greater independence. Children improve their coordination and control of both combined and alternating arm and leg actions. New water safety topics are introduced and previously acquired water safety knowledge and skills are reinforced. Each course includes 8 lessons.

LEVEL 1 & 2 | AGES 6-12

Learn-to-Swim Level 1 & Level 2 teaches children of varying ages and abilities water skills such as front crawl and different water treading actions in a logical progression. This course will introduce skillful swimming and emphasize how to safely be in, on, and around the water. Each course includes 8 lessons.

LEVEL 3 | AGES 6-12

Learn-to-Swim Level 3 focuses on formal stroke development and building
endurance to swim the full length of the pool. This course will improve skillful swimming and emphasize how to safely be in, on, and around the water. Each course includes 8 lessons.

LEVEL 4 | AGES 6-12

In Learn-to-Swim Level 4, participants will gain exposure to and further develop all major strokes (breaststroke, backstroke, sidestroke, butterfly, and front crawl). Additionally, time will be spent refining treading techniques and briefly introducing basic diving skills. Each course includes 8 lessons.


Adult level classes help teens or adults overcome their fear of the water and learn the skills to achieve water competency. Our team of instructors will help participants gain basic aquatic skills and/or refine the participant’s swimming strokes to meet individual goals. Each course includes 8 lessons.


Georgetown Summer Swim Team Practice is a great way for youth to participate in a competitive swim setting that involves goal-setting and coaching. Summer Swim Team Practice allows for the fundamental skills of competitive swimming to be taught in a non-threatening environment.