New York Kids Dive in & Learn to Swim!
SATURDAY GROUP LESSONS
Dwight's Saturday group swim classes are taught by certified, experienced swim professionals in our world-class, 25-yard, six-lane pool on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Our swim classes are open to all. Register your child today!
Spring Session: March 31 - June 9, $200
Adult (Mixed Level): 9-9:50 am
Tadpoles A and B (Intro to Swimming and returning beginner, ages 3-5): 10-10:30 am
This class will introduce your child to basic water skills, including bubble blowing, front and back float, and how to feel comfortable in water.
Sea Turtle (Beginner, ages 5-6): 10:30-11:15 am
This program will build on basic water skills with an emphasis on floating without help and the basics of freestyle.
Starfish (Advanced Beginner, ages 6-11): 11:30 am-12:15 pm
This class builds on our Sea Turtle class but with more emphasis on independent swimming.
*New* B.E.S.T Program (Basics, Endurance, Speed, Training)
For ages 10-16, $28 per class
B.E.S.T is designed for swimmers who wish to learn pre-competitive skills, focusing on endurance, speed, and fundamentals. The course includes advanced stretching, dry-land conditioning, and individualized video analysis to help each swimmer reach their personal B.E.S.T.
B.E.S.T will be offered beginning September 30 with Coach Miguel on Saturdays, from 12:30-1:30 pm. It is a drop-in class, however we strongly suggest that you register in advance for the Saturdays you wish to participate.
Lessons (45 min) are available on the same day/time each week with the same instructor.
- Four-pack of lessons: $180
- Eight-pack of lessons: $320
- *NEW* Twelve-pack of lessons: $444
In order to schedule a private lesson, please complete the following private lesson request form. Once the request is received, we will contact you within 48 hours to confirm private lesson days/times and pricing.
Free Friday Family Swim
March 31 - June 15, 5-7 pm
Our certified water safety staff will organize fun games and free play for your swimmer. Parents are not required to be in the water, but they must stay on the pool deck. Walk-ins are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis to maintain a safe ratio in the pool.