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Registration open for Swim Lessons at KCSD Aquatic Center at Scott High School

Registration is now open for swim lessons at the new Kenton County Aquatics Center at Scott High School.

All students must complete the registration form provided in GoFan link. For more information and to register, click here: 

Email with questions.

Session 1:  April 23-May 9; Tuesdays/Thursdays; 3 week program; 6 thirty-minute sessions

Session 2:  May 14-May 30; Tuesday/Thursday; 3 week program; 6 thirty-minute sessions

Ages 5-17

Frequently asked questions: 

What days and times are your swim lessons?  Our swim lessons are held April 23 thru May 9 and May 14 thru May 30.  Classes are 30 minute sessions.   Classes are held Tuesday and Thursday during the session you chose.  It is a 3 week program, 2 days a week, 30 minutes each session.

Who teaches your lessons?  We hire our competitive swimmers from our Kenton County High Schools, as well as our swim team coaches, and our Aquatics coordinator and Assistant Coordinator to teach swim lessons.  All are trained prior to lessons, and are monitored during the lessons should they need assistance or guidance.  They are given skills to master based on the skill level of their group.

How many students are in a group?  The number of students in our group is based on age as well as skill level.  Our beginner swimmers and/or younger swimmers will be in smaller groups where our more advanced swimmers can be in larger instruction groups.

How do you know which group my child belongs in, and will they be moved?  We begin our groups based on the Google Form you filled out.  This provides us some basic information regarding your child’s swim level.  During the first class, the Aquatics staff and instructors will observe and provide feedback that could result in your child being placed with another instructor/group based on their skill level. 

Do you provide a discount?  We currently do not provide any type of discount.  We researched swim lessons in our area and feel the cost of our lessons is reasonable in comparison.

Will you have summer swim lessons and private swim lessons?  We are working on our summer schedule and plan to have group lessons as well as private lessons. 

Are parents allowed in the pool area?  While we would never deny you access to your child, we do recommend that parents attend the first lesson and the last lesson for observation.  It is our opinion that children pay more attention to their instructor and focus on mastering skills when parents are not immediately available.  You are welcome to wait in the lobby, where you will have some visible access.