Sheridan Beach Community Club strives to provide a safe and encouraging environment for swimmers starting as young as 18 months. In order to establish positive formative experiences around water, our instructors create classroom settings that emphasize patience, motivation, and enjoyment. The club offers 30 Minute Group Lessons for SBCC members and the general public.

The club also offers private and semi private swim lessons. Please see the private lessons information for details. (Lessons are subject to instructor availability)

Registration opens for SBCC Members Saturday, April 29 at 10 AM.
Non-member registration opens Saturday May 13 at 10 AM.
Class confirmation will be sent on or before Monday, May 22.

Space for each class is limited, so if a particular time slot is full, please contact to see if additional room has become available.

 Swimmers may be moved up during the session based on skill development.

 Weekday Session 1: T/W/TH: June 27–July 20 (11 Classes) NO CLASS JULY 4
30 minute lessons at 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30

Weekday Session 2: T/W/TH: July 25–August 17 (12 Classes)
30 minute lessons at 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30

Weekend Session: SAT & SUN: July 8–August 13 (12 Classes)
30 minute lessons at 10:00, 10:30, 11:00

Pool Member: $90 per session ($7.50/class)
Beach Member: $108 per session ($9/class)
Non-Members: $132/session ($11/class)

Lesson fees must be paid before the first day of each session. We reserve the right to cancel/combine classes based on enrollment. Questions:

Lesson Level Descriptions:

  • Starfish Jr: 18 months – 3 yrs (Parent/Child) Swimmers work on water safety and comfort in the pool with and without goggles. To build the framework for important skills, instructors introduce bubble blowing, floating, kicking, and bobbing.
  • Starfish (Parent/Child) 3 years and up who are not yet comfortable in the water. Swimmers will work on confidence in the pool with and  without goggles. Skills progress to pushing off the wall and propelling themselves through water for a short distance.
  • Guppies are able to push off the wall and float for a short time; these swimmers are fairly comfortable putting their face in the water. Guppies work on swimming with and without goggles, an effective crawl stroke, and floating on their back.
  • Turtles can swim fifteen feet without a kickboard, know the basic crawl stroke, and feel comfortable kicking or floating on their back. Turtles refine both the crawl stroke and the backstroke in order to swim the width of the pool by course completion.
  • Otters are comfortable swimming the crawl stroke and backstroke. Otters will master side breathing and learn the fundamentals of all four strokes with a refinement of diving skills.
  • Dolphins are proficient at freestyle and side breathing. Dolphins work on perfecting other strokes, competitive techniques (flip turns and racing dives) and mastering butterfly. These skills complete a competent lap-swimmer.