Swimming Pool Schedule AND FEES!
2023 Winter Pool Schedule!
Group and Private Swimming Lessons!
Spring Session Swimming Lesson Registration Scheduled for March 9th, 2023 @ 9AM!
Thank-you to everyone who registered for our Winter Swim Session! We still have some open spots in our group lessons, please look online or call the Mooretown Sports Complex at (519) 867-2651 to see what is still available for your level.
All swim registration will be available ONLINE beginning at 9:00am on March 9th, 2023; this includes Group Lessons & Private Lessons.
Semi-Private NOTE: you will NOT be able to book a semi-private lesson online – in order to register a semi-private you must either:
- Register Online the 1st child in the private lesson and call us at 519-867-2651 in order to register the 2nd child. You do not need to call right away for this – the second child can be registered anytime before the Session begins.
- Call us beginning at 9:00am (Mar 9th, 2023) at 519-867-2651 to register the 2 children at the same time.
Private vs Group Swim Lessons
Most kids DO NOT need private lessons, yet so many of you want them. So we’ve outlined some of the differences here. We have extremely limited private lessons this session due to fewer instructors, but we’ve increased our number of group lessons. This ensures that there is space for
everyone. If you have questions about what level to register your child please contact us at 519-867-2651.
Great for mastering a skill that you’ve fallen behind in or need more work on. This is typically various strokes where breathing technique needs more work, or a pull/kick needs corrected. This could also be advanced skills in preparation for advanced courses. When a child is in private lessons our concern is not working toward a specific level, but a specific skill you’ve come to us wanting to work on. Private lessons are suggested for children 6+ that need some additional work.
Group lessons offer a great social setting for children with similar skill level. Being surrounded by peers encourages them to master skills quicker than they would in a solo setting. A group lesson also allows for adequate rest time for young kids that aren’t capable of moving for 30 minutes straight. Group lessons are best suited for 3–12-year-olds working on the basic skills in the water.
If you have further questions, feel free to reach out!
– For Bronze Medallion/Cross, National Lifeguard, Instructors Course and NL Recert Course will be scheduled in the New Year!
Click HERE to view our scheduled programming.
We want to remind everyone that if your child is feeling ill, please stay home.
If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming a Lifeguard/Instructor who is at least 15 years old please contact us at 519-867-2651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
We once again want to extend our gratitude for your continued support and hope that each one of you stays healthy during this time.
Pool Admission Standard
Children under the age of 10 years who are non/weak-swimmers “(unable to demonstrate comfortably/continuously swimming 2 widths of the MSC pool)” must be accompanied in the water by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age and responsible for their direct supervision (within arms reach). The ratio of non/weak-swimmers to parent or guardian may be a maximum of 2 bathers to one parent or guardian (2:1). The ratio of non/weak-swimmers to parents or guardian may be increased to a maximum of 4 bathers to one parent or guardian (4:1) if life jackets are worn by all non/weak-swimmers in their charge.