Introducing the Henderson Swim Academy
Our new Henderson Swim Academy teaches participants how to swim skillfully and safely. Instructors are thoroughly trained water safety instructors, so swimmers of all ages and abilities are in good hands. Courses are fun and interactive with hands-on training. All classes are 40 minutes in length.
For session information,visit online registration
or check the latest issue of Henderson Happenings
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Which swim program is right for my child?
With the introduction of new swimming lesson curriculum, you may not know which program best
fits your child’s needs. Please call any indoor pool and we’ll be happy to explain the new program
and/or test your child’s swimming capabilities to determine correct level placement.
Attend one of our informational sessions to learn more!
Henderson Multigenerational Indoor Pool, 250 S. Green Valley Pkwy.
Tuesday, August 14 • 9:30am
Thursday, August 16 • 5:30pm
Saturday, August 18 • Noon
Heritage Park Aquatic Complex, 310 S. Racetrack Rd.
Tuesday, August 28 • 9:30am
Wednesday, August 29 • 5:30pm
Whitney Ranch Indoor Pool, 1575 C. Galleria Dr.
Wednesday, August 15 • 9:30am
Friday, August 17 • 9am
StarBabies & StarTots
StarBabies - ages 6 months to 1.5 years
StarTots - ages 1.5-3
This parent and infant class introduces the core competencies by providing instruction to the parent/guardian about how to introduce and help develop aquatic readiness and water safety for their child. Under the guided instruction of a Starfish Aquatics instructor, parents and infants are shown how to prepare their child for the aquatic environment through age-appropriate activities, games and songs. The purpose of this course is to develop in very young children a high comfort level in the water while training adults in water safety and drowning prevention. A parent or guardian must accompany their child in the water and have their child in swim diapers.
Seahorses - ages 3-4
Penguins - ages 5-6
Turtles - ages 7-8
Otters - ages 9-13
Participants develop skills that are useful for self-rescue and a sense for how the body can move through the water. The purpose of this course is to set the foundation for learning correct strokes when the student is developmentally ready. This course is taught by Starfish Aquatics instructors who offer a unique approach when introducing learners to the water.
The Stroke School curriculum is designed for students who are comfortable floating, submerging and moving independently in the water and have mastered the skills introduced in Aqua School. Stroke School focuses on introducing the four major swimming strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Starfish Aquatics instructors focus on stroke development and endurance in preparation for the FIN Swim recreational swim team. Goggles and swim caps are highly encouraged.
Fun Instructed Novice (FIN) Swim
This program is for novice swimmers wishing to improve their skills through stroke development and endurance in an upbeat recreational team environment. FIN Swim is a swim school/stroke school program, and introduces swimmers to the competitive swimming environment.
Adult Swim Lessons
These lessons are designed for beginning adults wishing to overcome their fear of the water or those who want to improve swimming technique and ability.
Ages six months and older
A trained instructor leads four 30-minute, one-on-one lessons customized to meet the needs of infants, children, adults, and seniors. Minimum age is 6 months. Children 3 years and under may be required to be accompanied by a parent/guardian in the water. Private lessons include 3-4 classes per session, $25 per class. Total session cost is due at time of registration. Class dates and times vary based on location. For session information, check the latest issue of Henderson Happenings
or search via online registration
Non-resident rates l Clark County add 15% l Outside Clark County add 25%
The student-to-instructor ratio is 3:1, so there may be up to three participants enrolled per class. On the
first day, children are grouped by skill level and stroke proficiency.