Swim Lessons, Water Safety & Fun ay CSAC
Collegiate School Aquatics Center
Rising 1st – Rising 4th Graders
July 1 – 5 • 1 – 4 p.m.
No camp on Thursday, July 4
Bring a bathing suit, towel, change of clothes and snack daily.
Does your child love the water? Would you like for him or her to become a better swimmer? If so, this is the camp for swim lessons and fun! Participants will travel to the Collegiate School Aquatics Center (CSAC) to work with certified SwimAmerica coaches. While there, campers will take swim lessons, participate in dry-land activities, learn water safety skills, and have a ton of fun in the pool. The classes at CSAC maintain a 1:6 or less instructor to student ratio and each student’s progress is monitored throughout the week. Beginner swimmers will be introduced to the water, while more advanced swimmers will master swim techniques and work on stroke development. Students will also have the ability to participate in free swim time.
Pick-up and drop-off for this camp will be at Luck Hall, located on the Collegiate Lower School campus. Campers will be transported to and from CSAC in a Collegiate bus driven by a Collegiate staff member. Dr. Debbie Kelo, Director of CSAC, has been involved with aquatics for 29 years as a lifeguard, swim instructor, aquatics and marina director and now as the director at CSAC. She and her team of aquatic professionals will facilitate this camp.
For more information, contact Debbie Kelo at email@example.com
or 804.271.8271 or visit www.swimrichmond.org