Lessons for Everyone and Every Level
From the age of three months, children (and adults) can start lessons at any time — and learn and progress at their own pace!
Students are taught the SwimRight® method, which focuses on correct body positioning and proper alignment from the early stages of lessons. Progress is captured in colorful personal swimming journals that help to encourage lots of positive reinforcement. Learn more about survival-based swim lessons and see lessons in action.
How it Works
Following a free evaluation, students are assigned to a swim level and select from one of the following:
- Parent-Tot lessons (maximum 8 per class; 25 minutes)
- Group lessons (4-6 per class; 25 or 30 minutes)
- Private lessons (children and adults; 15 or 30 minutes)
One of the unique aspects of the LKSA program is the perpetual sign-up method, giving swimmers the flexibility to join the program whenever it’s convenient and to change days, times or instructors when needed.
Every 8 weeks, swimmers participate in safety tests to confirm their proficiency so they can move ahead with a sense of accomplishment and pride. Schedules vary depending on student and instructor availability.
Swim lessons are open to the entire community. At this time we are only providing private lessons to adhere to COVID guidelines. Please call the office at 617.558.6442 to learn more about our safety procedures.
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To learn more about adapted aquatics or to schedule a lesson, call 617.558.6507 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Enrichment for All Ages
Explore virtual enrichment classes and workshops for children and families. Children can choose from a variety of classes including art, science, baking, dance, chess and music. Parents can engage in support gatherings, expert-led workshops and much more!
PJ Library sends high-quality, age-appropriate Jewish books to families each month at no cost - it’s our gift to you! PJ Library and PJ Our Way are available to families with children ages 6 months to 12 years living in the Greater Boston area.