Swim lessons and fitness

Swim Lessons


Swimming is a valuable, life-saving skill. About ten people die from accidental drowning each day, and two of them are children under 14.

The City of Spring Hill has contracted with the YMCA to provide experienced swim instructors to teach your child skills to stay safe at our Aquatic Center, your subdivision's pool, or the lake.
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We offer both group lessons and private lessons for one-on-one instruction.

Scholarships are available based on income qualifications. Please visit City Hall to apply.

Sign up for swim lessons online

here.

Private lessons


Session One: June 6-18
Session Two: July 11-16
Rates: three 45-minute lessons for $60 or six lessons for $100

Group lessons


Sessions include eight 45-minute lessons - four days a week for two weeks
Session One: June 20 - July 1
Session Two: July 18-29
Rates: Sign up for our early bird price of $55 through April 30! Fees after this date are $65.

Preschool (ages 3-5)


Pike I:

For first-time participants. Skills: confidence, blowing bubbles, placing face in water, and back floats.

Pike II:

For kids comfortable going under water but unable to float or swim independently yet. Skills: kicking, floats, submersion, and front and back paddle.

Eel:

For kids who can swim for five feet independently on their back and front with their face in the water. Skills: increase endurance and improve technique for front and back paddle.

Ray:

For kids who can swim fifteen feet independently on their back and front with their face in the water. Skills: introduce front crawl with rhythmic breathing and breaststroke.

Youth (ages 6-14)


Polliwog I:

For first-time participants. Skills: confidence, blowing bubbles, placing face in water, and back floats.

Polliwog II:

For kids who are comfortable being in and under the water. Skills: kicking, floats, submersion, and front and back paddle.

Guppy:

For kids who can swim 25 yards with a noodle in the lap pool on their back and front with their face in the water. Skills: front crawl with rotary breathing, backstroke, breaststroke, increasing endurance, and improving technique.

Minnow:

For kids who are able to swim 25 yards of the following: front crawl with rotary breathing, backstroke, breaststroke, increasing endurance, and improving technique.

Fish:

For kids who are to swim front crawl with rotary breathing, backstroke, and breaststroke for 50 yards. This is a non-competitive option for advanced swimmers.