Holiday Closure!

Posted October 01, 2019

There will be no lessons after 12:00pm on 10/31, in the observance of Halloween

All morning classes will still be held per usual.

This closure has been prorated from our afternoon families’ tuition or October.

Lessons resume on 11/1.

We hope everyone has a safe and spooky holiday!

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Special Abilities Program

Swimming Safari Swim School knows how important it is for children with special abilities to learn to swim and stay safe. We offer swim lessons to all children no matter what their strengths or limitations are. We are proud to have the opportunity to work with your child!

Class Format: We offer several different Special Abilities class formats. The first is our Special Abilities Private classes which are taught in a 1 on 1 setting without parents in the water. Our second option is our S.E.A.L. (Special Education Assisted Learning) classes which are taught in a group setting with parents in the water. Finally we believe that certain special abilities students are better suited to be mainstreamed in our traditional classes.

In order to best place your student we suggest contacting our office.

Length of Enrollment: Each student will be able to progress at his or her own pace. While some students will be able to swim across an entire lane, others will be working on survival skills. When reaching a certain level, children will be asked to join a regular class, which will encourage strengthening their skills & progression.

Price: Special Abilities Private- $38.50 or SEAL Class (parent and me) - $19.75

How to get started: The first step is to contact our office to discuss what what program will best suit the needs of your swimmer. Phone: 904-260-1836 or Email: swim@swimmingsafari.com

Special Needs Grant Sponsors:

My 5 year old son had his first class last Tuesday. He has global apraxia, SPD and extreme anxiety in new situations and had been telling me all morning that he didn't think he could do it. When we got there he clutched my hand with a death grip and wouldn't go with the nice girl at the front desk so I walked him into the pool area over to his instructor. I had to peel him off of me as he screamed "I want my mommyyyyyy!" And practically tossed him into the instructors arms, who took him like a pro. I didn't look back. This was the scenario I had envisioned, but he has to learn to swim. He loves the water and needs to be safe in it. I sat down and looked through the glass, expecting him to be collapsed on the sideline in a pool of tears, but to my surprise he was already smiling. He smiled and laughed through the whole class, swam back and forth and even jumped in and went under. He LOVED it and and my eyes were literally filled with tears of joy (and relief!) at seeing him so happy. Thank you to the front desk staff and the instructor (Kyle) for making our first experience with Swimming Safari a great one!

Molly

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