Aquatics

Director: 914.949.6227 ext. 110

Assistant Director: 914.949.6227 ext. 152

Swim School Principal/Safety Director: 914.949.6227 ext. 152

Private Lessons: 914.949.6227 ext. 152

Middies Swim Team: 914-949-6227 ext. 151

Winter 2018 Swim Schedule

Aquatics Programs Brochure 2018-Winter

Swimming is an important life skill everyone should take the time to master. Swimming can be enjoyed recreationally or competitively but most importantly it can save a life. The YWCA recognizes just how important this skill is for everyone at any age and our swimming instructors are dedicated to providing swimming programs for all ages and abilities.

The YWCA offers programs for infants (over 6 months), parent/child, youth, and adult swim classes. Small group options allow for more specific focus with your child.

Neptunes Swim Club

This club is perfect for kids in levels 5 & 6 and is ideal for the swimmer who is looking for an introductory swim team program as well as for those looking for a workout.

An introduction to swim team terminology, workouts, and competition. Coaches and instructors work on refining strokes, increasing endurance, starts, and turns. Must schedule a swim test prior to registration. For information, call the Aquatics Office at 914.949.6227 ext. 110

This Club meets twice a week and participates in the Westchester Fairfield Swim League.

YWCA Swim School Philosophy

At our Swim School, we provide the tools and knowledge for people of all ages to learn this important life skill. At the YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester we take a patient and progressive approach to the development of all of our swimmers.

Swimming is not just a vital safety skill, but also a positive and fun lifelong activity that can open doors to many other opportunities.

American Red Cross Program

Here at the YWCA, we follow the standardized American Red Cross Learn to Swim program. Students progress through the levels at their own pace, mastering the skills in one level before advancing to the next. To enhance learning, it is highly recommended that students come during open swim times to practice their skills and reinforce what they have learned in class.