Learning to swim is an important step in children's lives, which will be filled with pool parties and water-slide commutes to the office. Teach your child the significance of life's slippery paths with this Groupon.
$35 for Four Kids' Group Swimming Lessons ($85 Value)
Run by Olympic coach Duffy Dillon, FLA Swim School's staff of swim instructors leads classes of no more than six children, keeping them safe while teaching the latest in floatie-based fashion trends, basic strokes, and proper pool safety. Programs are designed for children 4 and older at FLA Swim School's Boca Raton location, and 6 months and older at their Delray Beach location. The 30-minute classes run Monday through Friday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at both locations, with additional classes Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Delray Beach location.
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FLA Swim School
FLA Aquatics, the parent company of FLA Swim School, owes its growth from a 65-member operation to the home of multiple state, national, and international champions to 2000 Olympic coach Duffy Dillon, who, as noted in the Sun Sentinel, was recently inducted into the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame. FLA Aquatics offers programs for all ages, starting with the Swim School. The school offers safety-centered swim classes for children as young as 6 months, lead by a staff of extensively screened, Certified Swim Teachers.
FLA Aquatics owes its growth from a 65-member operation to the home of multiple state, national, and international champions to 2000 Olympic coach Duffy Dillon, who—as noted in the Sun Sentinel—was recently inducted into the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame. Dillon has amassed an experienced staff of certified instructors who have passed a national level-two background screening, including head coaches with level-five certification from the American Swimming Coaches Association. The company's multiple locations offer programs for all ages, including very young children learning to safely enter the water, competitive high schoolers, and adults seeking to train for a triathlon or start a floatie-based fashion trend.