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Our girls are 3 and 5 years old. The instructors are awesome because they teach according to the individual child’s personality, character and learning style.  We are proud of how well they can swim!

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angieThrough your instruction my son learned a precious skill, the ability to save himself from drowning. Recently this valuable skill was put to the ultimate test when no one was watching. My 2 year-old son, Aiden, 5 month old daughter, and I went to a nearby water park to swim with friends. My son was playing with his older friend. I was with them as they left the wading pool and started towards the family hot tub. I told my son to wait while I briefly turned my head to pick my daughter up. It w…
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