Is your child ready to safely enjoy an afternoon at a neighborhood pool or a day at the lake? The City of Spring Hill has contracted with the YMCA of Greater Kansas City to provide high-quality swim lessons that accommodate a range of skill levels and ages.
We offer both group lessons and private lessons. Scholarships are available based on income qualifications. Please visit City Hall to apply.
Private Swim Lessons
Private lessons are a great way for your child to receive personalized, one-on-one instruction. Each lesson is structured to address the student's abilities.
Download Private Swim Lessons Form and Schedule
Rates:Three 45 minute lessons for $60 or six 45 minute lessons for $100
Session one:June 1 through June 13
Session two:July 6 through July 11
Group Swim Lessons
Each session includes four lessons each week for two weeks (a total of eight lessons). For more information about which class may be the best fit for your child, call (913) 592-3664 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rates:$55 for early bird rate through May 31; $65 regular rate
Session one:June 15 through June 26
Session two:July 13 through July 24
Infants and toddlers (6 months to 3 years) are accompanied by a parent or guardian to learn to be comfortable in the water.
Water Discovery:Infants and toddlers are introduced to the aquatic environment.
Water Exploration:Learn body positions, blow bubbles, and practice fundamental safety and water skills. Must be able to respond to verbal cues and jump on land.
Recommended skills for all to have around water. Sessions are available for preschool (ages 3 to 5) and school age (ages 6 to 12) children.
Water Acclimation:An introduction to the pool. Develop safe water habits, become comfortable with underwater exploration, and learn to safely exit a body of water. Must be comfortable working with instructor in the water.
Water Movement:Focus on body position and control, forward movement, directional change, and basic self-rescue skills. Must be able to go underwater voluntarily.
Water Stamina:Learn basic stroke techniques, rotary breathing, and integrated arm and leg action. Children learn to swim, move to safety, and exit should they fall into a body of water. Must be able to do front and back float independently.
Refining swim skills. All levels are available for school-age children (ages 6 to 12). Only stroke introduction is available for preschool-age children (ages 3 to 5).