Thank you for considering Splash Rite Swim School.
The 2023 swim season is our year to restructure our water safety and learn- to-swim program.
During our reconstruction, Splash Rite Swim School will not offer in-person lessons.
Our Mission: To share our love of swimming as we help prevent drownings, save lives, and improve the quality of life for local families.
Splash Rite Scholarship Donations Accepted
Now is the time to learn fundamental aquatic skills that are necessary while spending time at residential and community pools, beaches, and other aquatic activities. Our curriculum includes water safety and swimming lessons for children and adults at any and all levels. These classes are for anyone who is openly willing to have fun and learn.
Splash Rite Swim School instructors are certified and have a true passion for helping everyone excel in aquatics. We love bringing the joy of learning to the water. Our staff has a broad range of fun-loving teaching experience that exceeds over 20 years. The instructors are well trained and looking forward to creating a comfortable and gratifying learning environment for all of our students.
Many students think they cannot learn how to swim, but they can. We teach students from 6 months to adults with experience ranging from those who have never been in a pool to more experienced swimmers. This includes swim team preparation coaching. We teach techniques that make the stroke more efficient while providing comprehensive strength training that will increase endurance. Our methods are impressive, enjoyable, and effective.
Splash Rite Swim School, strives to close the gap between those who have access to water safety and learn to swim programs and others who do not. We are closing the gap by promoting in- water awareness, knowledge, and positive experiences.
Splash Rite Swim School is excited to announce that we are partners with the USA Swimming Foundation’s water safety initiative, Make a Splash. The USA Swimming Foundation at usaswimmingfoundation.org launched Make a Splash in 2007 with the goal to teach every child how to swim. In order to accomplish this, we are spreading awareness to promote the importance of learning how to swim and safe in and around water in every community.