Learning how to swim shouldn’t stop when the weather gets too cold to swim outside.
Reston’s Goldfish Swim School appreciates that fact, and provides high-quality year-round swim classes for kids four months to 12 years old. The pools are kept at 90 degrees and air temperature at 92 so kids’ bodies stay shiver-free as they get in and out of the pool. The parents’ gallery for watching lessons is kept at a comfortable temperature.
Goldfish Swim School first started in Michigan in 2006, and was an instant success teaching kids to swim with Ellis and Red Cross Certified Instructors and Lifeguards. The Reston location opened in November 2014 and has had an amazing response.
Goldfish Swim School knows that children learn water safety and swim skills best when consistent practice occurs, which is why they offer perpetual lessons year round.
With a kid-friendly atmosphere complete with warm pools and fun, tropical décor, Goldfish Swim School has what you and you child need to be happy and successful in the water.
The preceding post was sponsored by Goldfish Swim School.
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