Goldfish Swim School Makes Huge Splash in Reston

This is a promoted post from Goldfish Swim School, which offers swim lessons for children in its heated indoor pool. Check them out at Goldfish Swim School, visit them at 12340 Pinecrest Rd., or give them a call at (703) 348-3261 to learn more.

Although kids are back to school, summer never ends at Goldfish Swim School.

Reston’s Goldfish Swim School is the leader in kids’ swim lessons, 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/Courtesy Goldfish Swim School Goldfish Swim School first started in Michigan in 2006, and was an instant success. Goldfish Swim School-Reston boasts Ellis Certified Instructors and Lifeguards.

The Reston location has had an amazing response from the community since it opened in November 2014.

The staff at Goldfish Swim School knows that children learn water safety and swim skills best when consistent practice occurs, which is why they offer year-round lessons.

With a kid-friendly atmosphere complete with warm pools and fun, tropical décor, Goldfish Swim School has what you and your child need to be happy and successful in the water.

Call at 703-348-3261 to register now or come by for a tour to see what all the excitement is about. For more information, visit our website.

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