We are certified by the Lifesaving Society to provide first-class swimming programs to ensure total confidence and ability in the water. If you've taken swimming lessons at another facility and want to know which level would fit your swimmer best: Please refer to this conversion chart.
The Registration dates: ⠀
Family Inclusive Members: Monday, August 15
Regular Members: Tuesday, August 16
Public: Wednesday, August 17
Click the "Register for our Programs" button on the right-hand side of this page.
Don't have an account? We can do registrations in-person or over the phone with a credit card! Call us at (506) 658-4715 to register.
(3 years + including adult/senior)
Parent & Tot Classes*
(4 months - 3 years old)
The parent and child classes at the Aquatic Centre focus on children become comfortable with the water at an early age, focusing on kicking, splashing and blowing bubbles. As the child makes their way through the program, they will learn how to enter and exit the pool independently, as well as swim on their own!
(3-5 years old)
The preschool program continues the child's learning of all things swimming! These classes again help children become even more comfortable in the water, all while introducing them to the proper strokes as the student moves forward in the program. Classes start for Preschool Level 1 participants at the age of 3 years old, and from Preschool Level 2 to Level 5 children will be from 3-5 years old.
(5 years and over)
Certified by the Lifesaving Society of Canada, these programs develop students skills in underwater swimming, front/back floats, glides, front/backstrokes, all culminating in first aid skills as well as up to 600 metre swims! Our recommended age for Swimmer classes starts at 5 years, but programming is based primarily on ability level and comfort level within the water.
Call (506) 658-4715 for information on getting your child assessed for Swimming Lessons!
Learn-to-Swim Programs for Teens & Adults
It's never too late to learn to swim! Our learn-to-swim programs for teens and adults help establish the fundamentals for individuals who have had little to no swim lessons as children. The primary lessons help students learn to swim and be more comfortable with the water, whereas the strokes classes are participation-based programs where we help students achieve their personal goals.