Martha Burns Swimming School

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Classes

Medina Classes

We offer different class options. Indicate class option on the registration form.

Private & Semi-Private (same household) Lessons options are available Monday-Saturday, due to current COVID-19 restrictions on swim lessons, no small group lessons available at this time. Current lessons are either 30 or 60 minute classes, once a week!

Make Up Lessons Policy

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2021 Session Schedule

Winter Session

Spring Session

Cabin Countdown Session

Summer Sessions

Summer SPLASH! Camps 2021
The COVID-19 restrictions on swimming lessons may loosen and allow us to offer small group camp lessons but as of March 15, 2021, we are only offering private and semi-private lessons. The SPLASH CAMP will be offered on the following weeks:

A: June 7-10
B:
June 14-17
C:
June 21-24
D:
June 28-July 1
E:
July 5-8
F:
July 12-15
G:
July 19-22
H:
July 26-29
I:
August 2-5
J:
August 9-12

Fall Sessions

Session Fees

No registration fees. All sessions are 4-week unless otherwise noted. All pricing is per student.

4-Week Session

Fees per Student

Small Group Lessons

Currently not available due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Foundation Classes:

Full-Time Class* 1x60 min per week
OR
2x30 min per week
$180
Half-Time Class* 1x30 min per week $110

Technique Classes:

Mini Strokes (I)**
Strokes Techniques (II-III)**
Technique Refinement (IV)**
45 min per week $140
Swim Team Prep (V)***
Sunday @ 4:00-5:00pm
60 min per week $200

Private Lessons

Same Household only due to current COVID-19 restrictions.

Private Classes (1:1)

60 min per week $560
45 min per week $420
30 min per week $280

Semi-Private Classes (Max. 4:1)

60 min per week $360
45 min per week $270
30 min per week $180

*Maximum 5:1, student to instructor ratio & never more than 2 concurrent classes.
**Max. 7:1 at Medina
***Max 10:1 (30 student MAX), class held at North Junior High - Hopkins!

Register Early, Class Size Limited!

We do not guarantee make-up lessons

Accommodating missed lessons due to vacation/birthday parties/sporting events, etc. are very difficult due to our full schedule. Our first priority for make-ups is for serious illness.

Our instructors find it very disruptive to their classes to include a child they have never previously had for a make-up lesson. For this reason, if a make-up is absolutely necessary we ask that your child has the lesson schedule with their current instructor. We ask that you please treat your swim lesson like any other sporting activity your child participates in where make-up lessons are typically not offered for a missed practice.

We want to be accommodating since we do understand emergencies occur. We also want to make it fair to the children attending their regular class. It takes away from instruction time when an unfamiliar child is put into their class. For some of our more apprehensive children, it can be very upsetting when the regular routine of their lesson and the children in their class change for any reason.

Thank you for your consideration. Teaching your children to swim in a warm and nurturing environment is our top priority.