OUR POLICIES & WAIVER FORMS

Give your child positive support during the lesson, it means a great deal to them!
Smile with yours eyes as well as your mouth!
Be upbeat and encourage your child with a positive attitude.

Praise Specific Actions:

Great Kicking!
Good swimming with your face in the water!
Nice floating with resting toes!

No other sport is more vital to your child's health and well being. We strongly recommend ongoing practice and participation in our advanced programs.

Our Policies

Our policies are slightly different for each program.

Please read carefully and feel free to ask any questions before you sign up. Thanks!

 

TESTIMONIALS
Aquachild is the Cadillac of swim schools. I wasted last summer trying lessons with other trainers at home because I was felt I was too busy to commit to the Aquachild program. But at the end of the summer I did not reach my goal of having my two year old daughter swim. Instructors came to the house with toys, floaters and other gadgets and I watched with dismay as her skills did not progress. This spring, I enrolled her in Aquachild and they got it done!! They have "trade secrets" that keep your child swimming horizontally. They have strategies to overcome common obstacles. And once you work it into your daily routine, it is fun! Just go check out the facility and the instructors and you will be convinced.
Posted by Lisa B. North Miami, FL
Published on 06/13/2013
 
Aquachild Swim School has been the absolute best activity in which we have had our two daughters enrolled. Scotty and Brian are such talented teachers and wonderful people! They have a patience, dedication and passion that is truly remarkable. Both children started the lessons at 13 months and both could swim, dive, and float by 14 months! Our children love and respect the water and can spend hours playing with us there. My Husband is in the medical field and regularly sees the irreparable effects of near drownings. For us, having the children learn to swim at an early age, was not an option given the number of times they are around the water. Drowning is a silent death. While there is little more difficult than seeing your child cry while trying to learn to swim, not hearing them cry because they are submersed and helpless is devastating. We recommend ...
Posted by Louis & Elizabeth Freeman Miami, FL
Published on 09/16/2012