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At Premier Swim Academy

We have developed a comprehensive curriculum that our instructors use to teach students much more than how to swim. In addition to basic water skills, your child will learn:

  • Valuable cognitive skills

  • Social skills in group and individual settings

  • Speech developments

  • Physical advancements beyond the water

Premier Swim Academy wants you and your children to love the water – so it is our goal and promise to>educate all swimmers in a fun and happy environment! If we can get swimmers excited about swimlessons, then they will truly want to learn how to become safer in the water, guaranteeing a lifelong love of swimming. We know that most accidents around water happen when swimmers panic after attempting something beyond their skill level; for this reason, it is imperative that parents look at lessons as a long-term commitment. Real comfort and confidence come from consistency, and we encourage parents to look at lessons as a process.

Child Centric Approach to Achieve Efficient Swimming Technique

Premier Swim Academy utilizes a child-centric approach to swim instruction. Our focus is on developing the swimmer’s comfort and feeling of security with our staff, before we begin the process of pushing them. Once our swimmers know they can trust our methodology and our instructor team, they are willing to let go and be guided through the learning process. We have learned from years of teaching children to swim that if we push too hard and don’t spend time on developing the relationships and trust, teaching becomes that much harder and takes that much longer.

Child Centric Approach to Achieve Efficient Swimming Technique

Swimming isn’t just a business to Premier Swim Academy – it’s our life. We have spent years refining and perfecting our curriculum to guarantee the love and attention every child deserves while learning to swim.


Swimming can provide lifelong enjoyment and increase an individual’s safety around the water. It’s never too late to learn to swim, nor is there really an age that is too young to be exposed to the water. When choosing a swim school, it’s important to find a professional program that fits with your needs, supports productive learning, and promotes safety. After all, a good experience in the water prepares you and your children for a lifetime of fun in the water, while a negative one can result in fears and insecurities that are unnecessary.

Premier Swim Academy values the safety of our swimmers above all else. Each of our swim instructors holds current CPR/AED and First Aid certifications, is trained to keep eyes and ears on students at all times in the water and prioritizes safety swimming as the core basics of all swimming techniques. 

Staff, Selection & Training

Premier works diligently to select staff that will best support you and your family. Our swim instructors go through an intensive, in-house swim instructor training program, where they are taught to work hand-in-hand with children and adults of all abilities. The multi-week trainings covers the entirety of our curriculum and provides opportunities to think critically about a swimmer’s development. 

How old is your child?

Can the swimmer hold their breath under water?

Can the swimmer push off of a wall or step, with their face in the water, and glide on their belly for 3-5 seconds?

Can the swimmer maintain a float on their back WITHOUT the use of tools or assistance (i.e. floaties, noodles, adult assistance)?

Can the swimmer roll from a face down position in the water, into a float on their back with their face above the water?

Can the swimmer, while face down in the water, kick independently with straight legs and pointed toes?

Can the swimmer kick, face down, across the pool and breathe by rolling into a back float?

Can the swimmer kick on their back with straight legs, pointed toes across the length of the pool (aprox. 30 ft)?

Can the swimmer breathe by turning their head to the side (not lifting the head straight up/forward) while kicking independently on a kickboard?

Can the swimmer swim freestyle independently with their face down in the water, rotating to the side to breath (not lifting the head straight up/forward)?

Can the swimmer swim independent backstroke?

Can the swimmer do independent breaststroke kicks using a kickboard or noodle to support the arms?

Can the swimmer do independent dolphin kicks (butterfly stroke kicks)?

Can the swimmer do independent breaststroke?

Can the swimmer do independent butterfly?

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