Atlantis Programs has been offering swim classes to kids aged 6 months and up since 1986. We have prepared thousands and thousands of children to be safe and competent in the water so they can enjoy a lifetime of aquatic activities.
Not sure what level your child should be in? To help determine your child’s level, move through the flowchart below.
For children aged 4 – 12 months old (accompanied by an adult).
For children aged 12 – 24 months old (accompanied by an adult).
For children aged 24 – 36 months old (accompanied by an adult).
For children aged 3, 4 and 5 who are going to swimming lessons for the first time by themselves.
For children aged 3, 4 and 5 who can comfortably put their faces underwater.
For children aged 3, 4 and 5 who can float on their front and back unassisted.
For 3, 4 and 5 year olds who can glide and swim unassisted on their front and backs.
For 3, 4 and 5 year olds who can swim at least 5 metres on their front and back. They will register in Whale until they turn 6. At which point they will enter either Swim Kids 2 or Swim Kids 3.
Is your child 6 years or older? If so, the Red Cross Swim Kids program is for them.
SK 1—Beginners who can’t yet float or glide
SK 2—Swim Kids who can float and glide on their front and back for 5 metres
SK 3—Swim Kids who can perform a basic front swim for 10 metres
SK 4—Swim Kids who can swim in deep water and front crawl for 15 metres
SK 5—Swim Kids who have strong front crawl and breathing technique can swim for for 25 metres register
SK 6—Swim Kids who can swim 50 metres and back crawl
SK 7—Swim Kids who can swim 75 metres and demonstrate an elementary back stroke
SK 8—Swim Kids who can swim 150 metres, do sculling and front whip kick
SK 9—Swim Kids who can swim 300 metres & do breast stroke
SK 10—Swim Kids who can swim 400 metres with strong strokes and dive
Any child in SK7 or above is welcome to join our Swim Club classes where they will get an introduction to the strokes and skills of racing, as well as have lots of time to improve their regular strokes.