We offer private swim lessons at Five Points Washington’s Aquatic Center all year round! We have a wonderful team of instructors that want to help you learn how to swim in a comfortable setting that meets you where you are. Our trained staff will work with you or your child to give you the best experience possible. We would like you to meet our team of instructors below!
Our private swim lessons offer flexible scheduling based off of your availability. These customized lessons are a great option for everyone!
Children must be 2 or older to sign up for privates.
For more questions, contact Program Manager, Brad Weaver at
(309) 444-8222 Ext. 48 or email@example.com.
Pricing and Packages
Lesson packages are available in singles or packages of 4 or 8
GENERAL LESSON INFORMATION:
ALL PRICES ARE PER PARTICIPANT. FOR SEMI-PRIVATES YOU MUST HAVE 2-3 PARTICIPANTS INTERESTED. FIVE POINTS DOES NOT PAIR PARTICIPANTS UP FOR A SEMI-PRIVATE TRAINING.
Those interested in semi-private lessons should be on similar skill levels to ensure the best instruction possible.
Our private lessons offer flexible schedule and do not take place on any set days or times. Once you submit a request form you are paired with an instructor within two weeks who will contact you directly to discuss scheduling. *When there is a high volume of requests it may take longer to be paired with an instructor, especially if you indicate a limited availability.
Members, ask about our recurring service options! This is a recurring billing option for swim lessons that saves you the hassle of remembering to pay and breaks up the cost into smaller payments.
During this time, we are spacing out all our private swim lessons, sanitizing equipment after each use, and taking temperatures of everyone that enters the building. Parents are asked that they wait on the benches and distance themselves from other parents as much as possible. Masks must be worn into the facility but are not required while watching, if you can practice safe distancing. While our instructors are in the water, giving instruction, and demonstrating technique, they will not have a mask on in order to give the best quality lesson they can and to ensure their own. We are following CDC guidelines for pools very closely and breathing through a wet mask can be very harmful to our staff.