Learn to Swim 'n Splash Swim Lessons

Learn to Swim 'n Splash Swim Lessons
Sadly, 65 children in the State of Texas drowned in the summer of 2015, and 24 of those were in North Texas.  Drowning deaths are completely avoidable, so please do yourself a favor and verify that those you love are enrolled in a swim lesson program.  Our new lessons not only come with a fancy new name, but are accompanied with an improved curriculum as well.  Our swimming lessons will feature smaller class sizes and more training invested into the class instructors.  Our lessons meet for two weeks, Monday through Thursday, with Friday used in cases of poor weather.  Learn to Swim ‘N Splash curriculum is intended for children starting around the age of three, who can be unaccompanied by their parent.  Registration opens April, 11 at the Boys Ranch Activity Center.

Level Assessment:


Is your child comfortable in the water, can fully submerge their head, as well as float on their front and back?

If Yes, Continue | If No, Guppy

Can your child retrieve underwater object with eyes open, glide on top of the water with coordinated arm movement and breath control?

If Yes, Continue | If No, Stingray

Can your child demonstrate strong skill in freestyle and backstroke as well as fair to good ability to tread water unassisted?

If Yes, Continue to Bedford Surf Swim Team | If No, Dolphin

Classes in this level will encourage children to become comfortable in the water without a parent, as well as enhance their learning of basic buoyancy and locomotion with interactive games.  In this level children will learn to submerge, blow bubbles, and how to float along with basic leg and arm movements.  Intended for children roughly aged 3 to 5 years old. 

In this class, children will be taught how to propel themselves through water with coordinated kicking and arm actions, adding rhythmic breathing into the freestyle.  Intended for children roughly aged 5 to 8 years old who has had prior experience in the water and swim lessons. 

In this class, participants will begin developing and enhancing all four strokes including rhythmic breathing for each.  Intended for children roughly aged 9 to 13 years old and can float independently on front and back, as well as can demonstrate forward locomotion while floating.  

Each level has class openings in all the time slots listed below.  However, availability for each level is limited, so sign up early to guarantee your child is registered in the Level/Session/Time that best fits your schedule.
Fee:                 $57 for Residents; $62 for Non-Residents*
Ages:               Starting Around 3 and Up
Instructor:      Staff
Days:               Monday – Thursday
Times:             9:00 a.m. – 9:40 a.m.
                        9:50 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.
                        10:50 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.
Location:        Bedford Splash Family Aquatic Center
Session 1:       June 6 – 17
Session 2:       June 20-July 1
Session 3:       July 11 – July 22
Session 4:       July 25 – August 5
*Discounts available for children enrolled into Summer Day Camp during this week.

Private Swim Lessons
A one-on-one instruction customized for each client, based on age, ability, and comfort level in the water.  After registration, we will contact you to learn more about your goals, schedule, and ability in the water; then pairing you up with the instructor that best fits your needs.  Lessons will be arranged around your schedule, and can meet at both, Bedford Splash and Roy Savage Pool.  Private swim lesson schedule will consist of eight, 30-minute classes, and registration at the Boys Ranch Activity Center begins on May 23.
Fee:                 $257
Ages:               All
Instructor:      Staff
Location:        Bedford Splash Family Aquatic Center and/or Roy Savage Swimming Pool

Bedford Boys Ranch Activity Center,
2801 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, TX 76021

Cash, Check, Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Please make checks payable to The City of Bedford.

City of Bedford
2000 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, Texas 76021 ~ 817-952-2323
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