Monday—Friday, 5:30 a.m.—7 p.m. (Lap Swim)
Saturday, 1—6:30 p.m. (Lap Swim)
Sunday, 8 a.m.—3 p.m. (Lap Swim)
Hours subject to change
Please note: The outdoor pool is open when the outdoor temperature is 35 degree or warmer.
Monday—Thursday: 7 a.m.—8:30 p.m.
Friday: 5:30 a.m.—6:30 p.m.
Saturday: 1—6:30 p.m.
Sunday: 7 a.m.—6:30 p.m.
Pool hours may be adjusted due to sunlight and/or weather.
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The JCC Aquatics program includes lessons for children of all ages, swim teams, and adult swim classes all in our new indoor Salt Pure® Pool. No more harsh chemicals, better air quality in pool area, better for hair, eyes and skin and better for the environment.
Voted top 5 swim lesson programs in Colorado by Colorado Parent Magazine!
Class size is limited and students are enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis. Children must be registered prior to class. Last day for registration is seven days prior to session start date. Sessions are only pro-rated to accommodate Sports & Fitness closures. No refunds. We reserve the right to add, cancel or combine classes.
Infant/Toddler Aquatics (6 months—3 years)
This class is for young children and their parents. The class is designed to teach parents how to have fun with their baby in the water while also introducing important swim skills. Swimmers will work on comfort in the water, floating and gliding with eyes in the water for a short distance.
Lobsters (24—36 months)
This level is for swimmers who have graduated the Shrimps level. In this class children swim without their parents in the water and work on unassisted floating, scooping arms and flutter kicks.
Child Aquatics (3-5 years)
This level is for the beginning swimmer. Students will learn to float on their front and back as well as how to comfortably go underwater. We emphasize safety and confidence while setting the foundation for more advanced skills.
This level is for the swimmer who is comfortable in the water and can float independently. In this class, students will begin to learn streamlining, freestyle and the foundations of backstroke.
This level is for children who can consistently swim freestyle and are ready to start learning side breathing. Students will also work on backstroke progression and be introduced to breaststroke and butterfly kick.
Youth Aquatics (6-12 years)
This level is for the beginning swimmer. Students will learn to float on their front and back as well as how to comfortably go under water. We emphasize safety and confidence while setting the foundation for more advanced skills.
This level is for the swimmer who is comfortable in the water and can float independently. In this class, students will begin to learn streamlining, freestyle, and the foundations of backstroke. Students will become more independent in the water as they gain skills.
This level is for children who can consistently swim freestyle and are ready to start learning side breathing so they can increase their
distance. Students will also work on backstroke progression and be
introduced to breaststroke and butterfly kick.
Hippos (5—12 years)
Students in this level have learned to swim freestyle while breathing to one side; students are now ready to learn how to breathe to the opposite side. Swimmers will also continue to work on their breaststroke and butterfly by adding the correct arms to their kicks.
Polar Bears (5—12 years)
This level is for the most advanced students to work on their technique. Swimmers will work on bilateral breathing, flip turns and all four strokes. This is a great class for your child to take if they have any interest in the Sea Stars Swim Team — they can brush up on all four competitive strokes.
Recreational Sea Stars Swim Team
The Sea Stars swim in the Colorado Association for Recreational Athletics League. They have a love of swimming and want to swim in a team atmosphere without the high emphasis on competition. The Sea Stars participate in meets but they are all inclusive and everyone receives a ribbon.
Tuesday, Thursday, 5—6 p.m.
USA Sea Turtles Swim Team
The Sea Turtles is a year-round competitive member club within USA-Swimming. They have a high commitment to
swimming and have an interest in swimming competitively. Their practices include both water and dry land.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5—6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday, 6—7 p.m.