Swim Lessons In Chattanooga
Aqua-Tots Swim Schools provides swimming lessons for families throughout the entire Chattanooga area. We are conveniently located near the intersection of Cherokee Blvd. and Manufacturers Road.
Our year-round, indoor pool offers families a clean, safe, and family-friendly teaching environment. Every one of our instructors goes through over 30 hours of intensive classroom and in-water training. In addition, our Aqua-Tots Swim Schools Water Safety Instructors (AT-WSI) have passed an online exam and have obtained CPR training prior to teaching their first swim lesson.
Our Swim Lessons
Indoor swimming lessons for infants, babies, toddlers, kids, and adults are available at Aqua-Tots Swim Schools. Our swimming instruction is designed for children of all ages and abilities, including our infant and baby swim lessons, toddler swim lessons, and swimming classes for kids of all ages: 4 months, age 2, age 3, age 4, age 5… all the way to age 12! We also offer swim lessons for adults and special needs students. Aqua-Tots offers a variety of flexible swim schedules to meet your family swim school needs with morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend class times. We have year-round group swim and private swim lessons including mommy and me swims, learn-to-swim programs, swim club, swim team, and birthday pool parties. Our heated indoor swimming pools are a comfortable 90 degrees to make kids’ swim lessons fun and effective.
Monthly Tuition Fees
We recommend attending 2 days a week for optimal learning.
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Private & semi-private classes also available.
Parents Know Best
“Our son started Aqua-Tots being afraid of getting his head wet, and is now swimming and floating without much assistance. His fear of the water has turned into a love of it, he loves his weekly lesson. The staff is friendly, the facility is always clean, we always enjoy our weekly time at Aqua-Tots.”
“Every staff member we've encountered are friendly, professional, and personable. They are not only trained in teaching safety and skills in the water, but they are also really good at reading children and understanding what type of teaching style (firm, gentle, etc.) works best with each child.”