Aquatics and Swim Club
Use JCC aquatics instruction, free swim and lap swim to get fit, work off stress, improve your stroke— or start yourself, your child, teen or even parent on the road to confidence in the water!
The Leventhal-Sidman JCC proudly hosts the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy - year-round aquatics classes emphasizing swimming fundamentals and safety for children and adults ages three months and up. Start at any time, and advance through the program at your own pace!
All swimmers must be evaluated and will be scheduled for lessons based on skills and time preferences. Group and private lessons available.
Learn more about LKSA and register for an evaluation
Indoor Pool Test
Lifeguard Certification Course
Become an American Red Cross certified lifeguard. Certification courses offered
during December, February and April school vacations. Must be at least 15 years
of age. Click here for more information and to register.
Swim Instructors Needed
JCC Karishim Swim Club
A competitive swim club devoted to developing strong values, building self-esteem, and enabling swimmers ages 6-18 to meet their competitive potential. The team participates in USS meets and JCC championship meets under the supervision of certified coaches. Two sessions: Fall (Sept through March) and Spring (mid-March through July). In-pool and dry-land practices are held at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC Indoor Pool on weekdays and at Regis College in Weston on Sundays, in the late afternoon/early evening hours. JCC membership required.
JCC Karishim Swim Club Swimmer/Parent Handbook 2016
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For adults (ages 19+) who have an interest in improving or continuing to keep their competitive edge, the JCC offers a year-round training opportunity that includes drills and speed sets. Meets Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Swim Angelfish adapted swim lessons and customized personal training are now available for children, teens and adults with special needs. Read more.