Not only is swimming a great workout and an excellent way to develop motor skills and confidence – it’s also fun! LSF is the perfect place for your kids to start dipping their toes in the water, develop lifelong skills, and learn the basics so they are safe in and around the water.
Kids Swim Lessons:
Lakeshore offers private group lessons as well as private individual lessons to help your children learn to swim and perfect their strokes. Swimming is a great activity to build confidence, self-esteem, and skills that will last a lifetime. We offer both a comprehensive lesson program for children 9 months to 11 years old and private lessons for children of all ages.
Lessons can be geared toward swimmers who need more individualized attention or have trouble staying on task in group classes. Private lessons allow for instructors to personalize goals and objectives specific to the swimmer. Private lessons do not follow class sessions; however, most maintain a weekly standing time with their instructor. Lessons are held in the pools depending on space availability.
Private Lesson Rates:
- Individual Lesson:
$237 (30-minute sessions)
$304 (45-minute sessions)
$370 (60-minute sessions)
$449 (30-minute sessions)
$581 (45-minute sessions)
$713 (60-minute sessions)
Semi-Private Group Lesson Rates:
- Standard Lesson:
$198 (30-minute sessions)
$231 (45-minute sessions)
$284 (60-minute sessions)
$370 (30-minute sessions)
$436 (45-minute sessions)
$541 (60-minute sessions)
The prices listed above are for current LSF Members. Non-Members may participate in 5 private lessons per year. Non-Member prices are $20 more per lesson for private and semi-private group swim lessons. 24-hour notice is required for all cancellations via email to ICMembership@LakeshoreSF.com and the instructor.
Group Lessons – Coming Soon!
Classes are offered at ideal times every day and are an excellent way to build life-long bonds and friendships while developing social etiquette. Group classes provide an environment where healthy competition between swimmers can encourage them to work harder to improve their swimming technique, endurance, and speed. Our curriculum and instructor training is developed by staff with Olympic and International experience.
The Aquatics Department does not pro-rate for missed classes or for late enrollment. One make-up class is allowed per session with at least a 48-hour notice to reschedule these classes, pending room available. Group lessons meet once a week. Non-Members may participate in one session per year.
Parent & Child
Designed for our youngest swimmers (9-36 months) and an adult, this class offers an opportunity to create a stronger sense of security between you, your child, and the water through songs and interactive coaching. Our instructors create a fun and comfortable environment which allows your child to quickly become acclimated to the water.
Learn to Swim
An entry-level class that is intended to provide swimmers with simple water familiarity and basic body control in the water, such as back and front floats, breathing, and feeling comfortable going under-water. Your swimmer will also receive an introduction to stroke kicking for both the Backstroke and Freestyle. This class serves as a basis for all future development in the water.
In this first of three levels of swim classes, your swimmer will master putting his or her head under-water, strengthen basic Backstroke & Freestyle kicking and be introduced to arm techniques, improve streamline position and body control, and jump into the water independently.
In this second level of swim classes, your swimmer will further develop his or her skills by improving kicking in Backstroke & Freestyles, while being introduced to kicking in Breaststroke & Butterfly strokes. Additionally, your swimmer will increase the fluidity of the Freestyle & Backstroke arm functions, improve streamlining, and start working on flip turns.
In the most advanced level of group classes, your swimmer will learn the remaining essentials in kicks and arm movements. Your swimmer will focus on mastering kicking in all four strokes while improving Backstroke & Freestyle arm drills. He or she will begin to develop arm functions for the Butterfly & Breaststroke. Lastly, we’ll work on standing full flip turns and introduce your swimmer to diving. This final class helps to work on areas inside the strokes that will contribute to a swimmer’s preparation for our Stingrays swim team.