Which program is appropriate for my child?(See bottom of page for FAQ about CB Aquatics programs.)
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^appropriate for potty-trained swimmers* ages 3 1/2 years old and older of all ability levels^swimmers may be familiar with some or all competitive strokesbut may need introduction to all strokes^need to have the attention span to participate in a lesson lasting 45 minutes^need to be able to listen to and respond to instructors in a lesson format^low swimmer to instructor ratio^swimmer must be able to function independently of parent who will be off deckin stands during lessons but may assist in locker room for children under 7 years of age only (using locker room that matches gender of parent)*swimmer must be fully potty-trained (no swim diapers allowed)Clinics
^appropriate for swimmers/divers ages 7 and older~ who meet the criteria below^appropriate for swimmers who have a basic knowledge of all four strokes
(free, back, breast, fly) but need refinement^appropriate for swimmers with good knowledge of free and back but very limited knowledge of breast and fly^have the endurance and attention span to practice for 1 hour^able and willing to listen to and respond to coaches’ instructions and suggestionsin a team format^must have the attention span and disposition to work cooperativelyin a team practice setting^swimmer to coach ratio is lower than team swimming but higher than lessons^swimmer/diver must be able to function independently of parent who will beoff deck and not permitted in locker rooms at any timePlease keep in mind that as with any skill, athletes who are out of practice may regress. If your swimmer has been out of the water for a period of time please consider that fact when thinking about program placement.~If your 6-year-old child meets the criteria for developmental practice group/clinic and would like to participate, contact Jennifer Steinberg at email@example.com to explore the possibility of an evaluation.
Swim/Dive Team^appropriate for swimmers/divers ages 7 and older~ who meet the criteria below
^appropriate for swimmers who can swim all four competitive strokes
(free, back, breast, fly)
^have the endurance and attention span to practice for an hour or more
(depending on age)
^able and willing to listen to and respond to coaches’ instructions and suggestions
in a team format
^must have the attention span and disposition to work cooperatively
in a team practice setting
^higher swimmer to coach ratio than lessons or clinic
^independent from parent who will be off pool deck and out of locker rooms at all times^We are able to accommodate a variety of skill levels on our teams. Less experienced swimmers (those who meet the clinic criteria above rather than the team criteria) should participate in a clinic if possible, but may come in for team evaluations to determine if team placement would be appropriate at this time. We can accommodate brand new divers on the diving team (must be able to swim independently to ladder to get out of pool after each dive) - see criteria above in clinics section.Please keep in mind that as with any skill, athletes who are out of practice may regress. If your swimmer has been out of the water for a period of time please consider that fact when thinking about program placement. Swimmers who wish to join a team should consider participating in our pre-team clinic even if they have been on a team before.~If your 6-year-old child meets the criteria for team and would like to participate, contact Jennifer Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org to explore the possibility of an evaluation.CENTRAL BUCKS AQUATICS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:Click here for CB Aquatics Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Document.Have additional questions?Please visit the page related to the program in which you are interested and use the contact information there and/or email Jennifer Steinberg email@example.com.