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At Goldfish Swim School in Flushing, NY, we are ready to teach your child how to swim, float, and tread water successfully. Our expert swim instructors lead all swim lessons with compassion and care. They want nothing more than to witness each child mature and grow in the water. With small class sizes capped off at 4 students, you can rest assured knowing your child is always receiving close supervision. Our smaller class sizes also allow us to optimize progress, boost confidence, and increase safety.
Our learn-to-swim facility welcomes aspiring swimmers between the ages of 4 months and 12 years old. We promise to provide:
Our top priority is to instill discipline, trust, athleticism, and focus through dynamic swimming lessons. We understand how unnerving being in water can be for young kids. Our instructors know how to build self-esteem and assuage nerves effectively. We rely on empathy and incremental processes to ensure everyone receives the peace of mind they need to thrive during our swim lessons! To learn more, contact your local swim school in Flushing, NY.
Our swim curriculum emphasizes steady progress and prioritizes psychological well-being. Part of swimming for youngsters entails overcoming fears and insecurities. At the same time, it is critical to provide the self-esteem, support, and pacing necessary to optimize growth and minimize anxiety. Our team has spent years refining our swimming lessons to make them as productive, exciting, and rewarding as possible. Swimming is an outlet for children to cultivate friendships, accountability, trust, self-discipline, athleticism, and focus. We go above and beyond to transform nervousness into confidence – teaching our swimmers the importance of knowing their potential and limits to succeed. We also stress the importance of swim safety. Our instructors stress the importance of respecting water dangers at all times. We are always doing everything we can to increase water awareness. This skill might be a lifesaver one day at a splash party, water park, or beach.