Welcome To Our Swim School!
Water Safety Begins Here, With Personalized Private Swim Lessons
COVID-19 UpdateHarrison Swim School's COVID-19 Update To All Our Families and Students - UPDATED 4-27-2020
Harrison Swim School is currently watching and observing all recommendations sent out from the CDC. Harrison Swim School’s main priority is the safety and well-being of our students and families.
We have updated the summer swim school schedule and registration. Please go to our schedule and view the new sessions for our swim school and register today.
Harrison Swim School
Welcome to Swim Season 2020Register for one of our many classes!
Mark your calendars! On Feburary 1st 2020, you can sign up for swim classes at Harrison Swim School!
Can’t wait to see you all!
SUMMER SWIM SPECIAL
SUMMER SWIM SPECIALS ARE NOW CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19
PARENT & CHILD GROUP CLASSES ARE OFFERED!Sessions 1,3,8, & 10 at 10:00am - 10:30am Click Here For More Information
New This Year... Maintenance ClassesDesigned for the confident swimmer who needs to refine swim skills and strokes. Offered four times throughout the year, with an opportunity to sign up for as many as you choose. Click Here To Read More
PARENT & CHILD
(6 m to 3 yr)
Parents and children learn together to increase a child’s comfort level in the water as well as build a foundation of basic skills.
(3 yr – 4 yr)
Skills are age appropriate, helping children achieve success on a regular basis with emphasis on safety first.
LEARN TO SWIM
(5 yr – 12 yr)
Based on a logical, six level progression, swimmers of varying ages and abilities will develop their water safety, survival, and swim skills.
We teach to the student’s abilities, not disabilities. Our focus is to create trust between instructor and student with water safety being our number one concern.
We Can Do What We Do Because Of Our Awesome Partners and Support!
What can’t I say about Swimming for Life and Ms. Ginny!! They are both absolutely amazing!! I started this journey a little apprehensive but was willing to let my daughter try. My daughter Abbie had such a fear of getting water on or near her face, and now she dives under the pool to retrieve her dive toys. Abbie is also missing her corpus callosum of her brain, this is the part that connects the two sides and for her to do right and left-handed movements is extremely hard. She is doing very well at her freestyle stroke now. She also would not lay back to float for fear of something bad happening to her, and Ms. Ginny has made her feel so comfortable in the water she has no problem doing the backstroke. She can now tread water in the deep end and find her way back to the side of the pool. She looks forward to her lessons and can’t wait to share her new knowledge with anyone that will swim with her! I can’t thank Ms. Ginny and Swimming for Life for this opportunity and everything they have taught Abbie. They will forever have a place in our family and our hearts!!
Mrs. Ginny works her magic in a loving manner. She’s passionate about teaching her students to swim and truly, deeply cares about each person and their safety in the water. It has been a delight to have my babies learn to swim with her, for she is very knowledgeable in her craft.
Ginny Harrison has made the biggest impact on my family. My oldest daughter was swimming by 20 months by herself and rolling over to float. With a toddler and having twins 2 years and 2 weeks apart I don’t know what we would have done without this training. She is spectacular and we drive 45 minutes to get to her. Worth it!
Harrison Swim School has given us peace of mind in knowing that our children will know exactly what to do when they are in or around water. Their approach to water safety and instruction gives our family confidence that our children can swim and save their lives.
Questions to ask to help you choose the BEST swim instructor for your family
- Do you regularly teach infants, children or adults?
- What methods do you use in your teaching approach?
- As a parent, will I be able to watch my children’s lessons?
- Do you have current certification as a swimming instructor?
- Do you have certification in First Aid and CPR?
- Do you have a current criminal background check on file?
- How long have you been teaching swimming lessons?