Prices & Registration – How and When to Sign Up for Classes

We are pleased to announce that we are going to be using a new online registration for aquatic programs that will accommodate registration for both group and private/semi-private lessons.  Starting with the registration for summer 2018 aquatic programs, we will be using the Amilia system.  We will no longer be using the LessonTimes system.

Click here for registration instructions.

Create your account here.  

Summer registration begins:  June 14 at 10:00am.

Link to LessonTimes registration system. (Note: LessonTimes is no longer activated for registration but you can sign in to get receipts and records of your classes)

Summer 2018 – First Day of Classes:

Weekly Session: July 3rd 2018 Tu.-Wed-Th.-Fri (9 classes) Mon (7 classes)
Daily Session 1: July 3rd  2018 (9 classes)
Daily Session 2: July 16th  2018 (10 classes)
Daily Session 3: July 30th   2018 (9 classes)
Daily Session 4: August 13th  2018 (10 classes)
Daily Session 5: August 27th  2018 (5 classes)

There will be no classes on Monday, August 6th for the Civic Holiday
Weekly Session Classes on Mondays run for 7 weeks
Weekly Session Classes on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays run for 9 weeks
Classes during Daily Session 1& 3 are nine (9) days due to holidays

Prices Summer 2018:

Group Lessons

Weekly lessons:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: $130.00
Monday: $105.00

Daily Lessons:
Session 1&3: $130.00
Session 2&4: $145.00

Private/Semi-Private Lessons

Weekly Lessons:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
1:1 $265.00
1:2 $175.00 per participant
1:3 $145.00 per participant

Weekly Lessons:
1:1 $235.00
1:2 $145.00 per participant
1:3 $115.00 per participant

Daily Lessons:

Session 1&3:
1:1 $265.00
1:2 $175.00 per participant
1:3 $145.00 per participant

Session 2&4:
1:1 $295.00
1:2 $195.00 per participant
1:3 $160.00 per participant

Session 5:
1:2 $100.00. Per participant
1:3 $85.00.  Per participant

Participants in Semi-Private lessons must pre-arrange their own groups before registering; they are not arranged by St. Alban’s staff. Participants cannot be more than one level apart.

Private versus Group Lessons
It is a common belief that children will progress faster if they are registered in a private lesson. Statistically, there is no evidence to support this. In fact, private lessons are not necessary for the majority of the population, unless you have the following considerations:
1. A specific skill that your child is not progressing on which is forcing them to be held back in lessons.
2. Any type of special need or requirement that prohibits your child from participating in a group environment.

We strive to give each child equal amount of attention in a group lesson—as well, a group environment promotes teamwork, offers encouragement and motivation, as well as enjoyable interaction with other children. Consider group lessons first!

Evaluation provides guidance on how swimmers can progress and what class level would provide the best environment for development.  It is unusual for participants to progress through a level on the first try.  Swimmers often spend a few sessions in a level before moving to the next one.   A recommendation to repeat the same level should not be misinterpreted as a lack of improvement as this is seldom the case.  For this reason, parents/guardians are encouraged to respect the recommendation of the aquatic staff.

Refund Policy
Participants are permitted to withdraw from a course up to the 2nd class.  A refund for the remaining classes, less a 15% administration fee will be granted.  NO REFUNDS are issued after the 2nd class, nor if a class is missed by the participant.
EXCEPTION – LEADERSHIP CLASSES – 15% admin fee for cancellations up to two weeks before first class. No refund granted after the two weeks prior.

Bathing Caps
The use of a bathing cap is strongly encouraged. Bathing caps can be purchased at both locations.

Shower Policy
In accordance with Ontario Public Pool Regulation 565/90 all bathers must take a full shower before entering or re-entering the pool.
Taking a shower before you swim means less dirt, oil, dead skin cells, sweat, and bacteria entering the pool. This eliminates the chances of diseases entering the pool and reduces the amount of chemicals needed to keep the pool clean.

Make Up Classes
Pool time is fully booked and the Club is not able to accommodate individuals who miss classes. Lifesaving courses are designed for 100%% attendance; missing lifesaving classes may jeopardize passing the course. Instructor courses require 100% attendance.

Pool Closures
Temporary pool closures may occur at any time. If this happens, we make every effort to telephone all swimmers. We will add an extra week at the end of term, if scheduling permits. Otherwise, a credit will be issued.