WHAT LEVEL SHOULD I ENROLL MY CHILD IN? Has your child had swim lessons in the past?*YesNoCan your child submerge their head underwater for five (5) seconds?*YesNoIs your child two (2) years or older?*YesNoCan your child float comfortably on their back and stomach?*YesNoCan your child swim independently in the water with face/eyes in for 15' without touching the bottom?*YesNoCan your child swim freestyle with side breathing for 12 yards (both directions) have they been introduced to the backstroke?*Child must have both skills to mark "Yes"YesNoHas your child been introduced to butterfly and breaststroke?*Child must be introduced to both skills to mark "Yes"YesNoCan your child tread water for sixty (60) seconds in the deep end?*YesNoCan your child swim a full 25 yards of freestyle*YesNoPLittle and Little Pikes 1 The focus of this level is to establish comfort, independence and safety in the water. Swimmers will learn how to move through the water independently using arms and legs, breathe, and establish water safety habits. PLittle is specifically for ages 2-3 years old and follows the same curriculum as Little Pikes 1.Water Baby Class with a Parent in the Water Ages 6 months to 3 years. This is a beginner class that takes a non-aggressive approach to introducing the water. A parent or other adult is required in the water with the child as we sing songs and play games. The main goal of the class is to achieve comforatability and a fun experience for the child while teaching additional skills when they are ready. Parents tend to enjoy this class as much as the child!Little Pikes 1 The focus of this level is to establish comfort, independence and safety in the water. Swimmers will learn how to move through the water independently using arms and legs, breathe, and establish water safety habits.Little Pikes 2 The focus of this level is to begin introduction to all 4 competitive strokes and establish comfort in the deep end. Correct and efficient technique will be taught as swimmers learn freestyle, backstroke and the kicks for breaststroke and butterfly.Little Pikes 3 This class completes the four competitive strokes and builds endurance. Swimmers will learn how to put arms and kick together for breaststroke and butterfly while working toward swimming full laps of all strokes. After completing this level, swimmers will be prepared for our Base Camp Swim Team (pre-competitive).Base Camp (pre-swim team) The goal of this class is to provide a positive learning environment for early swimmers who have an interest in swim team but aren’t sure if they are ready for the full commitment of swim team or need additional help with their endurance and technique.