Swim Lessons

You must be a current Meadowlands YMCA member in good standing to register for swim lessons. Swim Lesson schedule is subject to change from session to session.

EARLY WINTER swim lessons

DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE

Lessons begin on November 29 and ends December 23rd

These are once a week lessons that run for 6 weeks.

Registration opens on November 17th at 5pm online for all levels! Register Here 

You may also register in person or over the phone. You must have your swim evaluation slip to register for Level 2 and above.

SWIM LESSON REGISTRATION POLICIES

You must be a Meadowlands YMCA member in good standing to register for swim lessons. To join click here.

You must have a swim evaluation completed prior to registering (except those currently enrolled in swim lessons). This is to ensure the safety of your child, the other children in the lesson, and the instructor.

No make-up lessons will be given for missed swim lessons.

All sales are final there will be no refunds or credits given.

SWIM EVALUATIONS

Sometimes it’s difficult to determine which level is right for your swimmer. We offer FREE swim evaluations that assess abilities to find the proper placement for correct development.

To schedule a swim test or to try and determine which level you or your child is please contact our Aquatics Director - Joelle Nessine.

VIEWING DECK

Viewing deck is open during lessons, family swim, and swim meets. No photography or videotaping of members, staff, and program participants.

Swim Lessons for All Ages

Click the options below to view each lesson schedule and price. 

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS


YOUTH SWIM LESSONS


TEEN & ADULT SWIM LESSONS



SWIM LESSONS FOR ALL

At the YMCA, we believe that everyone should be able to learn this valuable life-saving skill, which is why we offer financial assistance. To apply for financial assistance please contact James.

Swim lessons actively promote regular physical activity, which has significant positive health effects for children, teens, adults, and seniors. Swimming has many great health benefits, but it is also an important safety skill. According to the CDC, drowning is the second leading cause of death among children ages 2-14.