Winter Swim Programs

REGISTER FOR FROGGIES WINTER SWIM TEAM NOW.

If you are younger than age 16 and know two of the four basic strokes, you are eligible to try out. Swim team begins in October and runs into May. 

North Middle School: Monday & Wednesday

South Middle School Tuesday & Thursday

Developmental: 6:30-7:30 p.m.; Junior: 7-8:30 p.m.


What is learned at each swimming level?

Level Descriptions

  1. Swim Lessons
  2. Swim Team
  3. Adult Swim
We follow the American Red Cross guidelines for our winter swim Learn-to-Swim and Caregiver and Me programs.

Learn-to-Swim, Caregiver and Me and Stroke Clinic participants MUST live in the Great Neck School District.

Learn-to-Swim
participants MUST be able to stand in the pool or swim on their own.

Caregiver and Me participants MUST be potty-trained and their parent/guardian (over age 18) is required to be in the water with the child.

*Note:
Caregiver and Me classes are only offered at:
12 pm and 3 pm


The Stroke Clinic program requires each participant to be able to swim all four competitive swimming strokes.
An evaluation is required before registering.

Saturday classes run from September through early May (Sessions 1, 2 & 3).
There are no classes during school holidays or closings.
There are no make-up sessions for cancellations due to inclement weather.

To register for the Winter Swim program or to see the program dates:
CLICK HERE!

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