Your children can learn how to swim with our list of the best swimming classes for kids, and swimming pools on Long Island from Nassau County, including Mineola, Plainview, and Rockville Centre, and Suffolk County, including Rocky Point.
Discover the healthy benefits of early swim lessons, including motor, cognitive, and emotional development. By giving a child sensory experiences in swim class, his or her neural memories of motor skills become more precise, resulting in a stronger, more coordinated child. Stimulation causes a child's neurons to grow interconnecting fibers and twigs reaching out to other neurons. The more synapses a person has, the more capable he or she is of learning. The more organized the brain is, the easier it is to instill self-control and self-discipline. Swimming is wonderful for a child's brain!
Gateway Sports Club
Program offered at various locations in Brooklyn, Queens, and Nassau ,
James Madison High School , Madison
John Jay High School, Park Slope
Block Institute, Bensonhurst
Douglaston ICC, Douglaston
Flushing Aquatic Center, Flushing
Hillcrest Jewish Center, Fresh Meadows
John Adams High School, South Ozone Park
Richmond Hill High School, Richmond Hill
Bayside High School, Bayside
PS 224, Bayside
Chaminade High School , Mineola
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Gateway Sports, Inc., a program that strives for excellence in academics and sports, started with only 17 students. The program has grown to more than 2,000 and has been providing quality instruction for more than 10 years. Our sports school prides itself on exceptional athletic programs that teach students how to swim (USS swim team, private lessons, baby & me, water aerobics, water polo, and lifeguard training) and play basketball, tennis, soccer, and volleyball. Our goal is to add other non-traditional sports programming like martial arts, yoga, triathlon training, aquatic therapy, and scuba diving.
Mid-Island Y Jewish Community Center
45 Manetto Hill Road, Plainview
Looking for a great summer of fun at a great price? Encompassing 350 acres, the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds feature swimming, group activities, Jewish culture, theme days and special events (ages 5 & up & children with special needs). Grades 5 and 6 experience travel. Specialty camps: theatrical arts (grades 1-9), and sports (grades 3-6). For Teens: Tween Trailways, Teen Travel Camp or the Counselor In Training. High Fours and High Fives (ages 4-5). Preschool day camps: ages 2-5. Camp Open Houses: April 11, May 2 and June 6, 10-12:15pm.
New Plaza Beach Club
1751 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
The New Plaza Beach Club is a private summer resort on Long Island’s South Shore, in the Village of Atlantic Beach. It’s a mere 22 mile drive from mid-town Manhattan. Members arrive to enjoy a day at the beach by driving directly to the main gate where they’re greeted by a valet and cabana boy. Members are free to lounge on the beach or relax at their cabanas, swim in the ocean or the pool, play volleyball, horseshoes, cards and mahjong. The New Plaza Beach Club provides a truly carefree, relaxing day.
Long Beach Blvd.
67th Street, Rockaway Beach
Swim And Scuba
490 Sunrise Highway, Rockville Centre
Does your child love the water? If your answer is yes, then what could be more exciting than swim lessons? Swim and Scuba is a private, full-service establishment offering private and semi-private swimming lessons for ages 4 months to adult, aerobics classes, and all levels of scuba instruction. Let Swim and Scuba fulfill your instructional needs!
School of Fish Swim & Scuba
572 Route 25A, Rocky Point
10% off mask, fins & snorkel equipment.
2549 Splish Splash Drive, Calverton
Splish Splash has 96 exciting acres of total fun for the whole family. Everywhere you turn, you discover another one-of-a-kind water attraction. Year after year, families come here for a summer like no other! The Park offers a variety of water-based activities for all ages and all swim levels. Height restrictions are posted for all attractions and enforced. Children under age 12 should be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times, and children age 12 or older should be supervised by an adult familiar with the child’s swim level.