Oasis School of Fish
Oasis School of Fish is developed with kids in mind. Overcoming fear of water can be one of the most challenging obstacles kids face when learning how to swim. Oasis provides the perfect environment for kids to overcome apprehension of being in the water. Once the anxiety and fear is gone, learning is rapid. Tania Klein, our aquatic director, has 20 years of teaching experience, has earned a WSI (water safety instructor) certification, and has enhanced the program to eliminate fear so that the students can focus on the skills of swimming. Our instructors have had instructional education in our methodology of teaching swimming lessons. We endeavor to provide an excellent learning experience for all our students from parent/child classes through stroke perfection. Not sure what class you should sign up for: View flow chart for guidelines. Our unique method of teaching swimming lessons involves a teach it, practice it, game it approach that produces quick and amazing results for all levels. Swimming is fun and so are lessons at Oasis.
Lessons are full for the season. Registration is closed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How much do swimming lessons cost and how many days in a session?
Answer: Lessons cost $59 for our Monday -Thursday two-week session or our weekend or evening four-week sessions. We will attempt to make up lessons on second Friday of session in the case of inclement weather.
Question: What should my child bring?
Answer: Wear a swimsuit, bring a towel, goggles (optional), and a smile.
Question: Where should I sit during the swimming lesson?
Answer: We have a variety of sitting areas, both in the sun and shade. Classes may utilize different areas around the facility, so feel free to ask your child's instructor what areas their class will be using. Also, many times students will do better when the parents are not visible during swimming lessons. Parents are always welcome to sit nearby but are encouraged to let the instructors manage the students. Each student requires discernment on what will produce the best experience. Please respect instructors wishes if they ask you to not be readily available during the instructional time.
Question: What is the water temperature?
Answer: The pool is heated and we maintain water temperature between 78-83 degrees.
Question: When should we arrive for lessons?
Answer: Arrive 10 minutes before starting time to check in and have time to prepare children for lessons.
Question: How long to lessons last?
Answer: Lessons are 40 minutes.
Question: What if we want private lessons?
Answer: They can be arranged through the deck supervisor or ask an instructor to whom you need to talk. Private lessons cost $20 for a half hour lesson. Often after just one or two individual lessons, students are ready for one of our classes.
Question: Are make up classes offered?
Answer: If the Oasis has to cancel classes for any reason we will offer a make up class the final Friday of the session at the same time. If an individual child misses a class, make up classes are