Aqua-Tots Swim Lessons in
YEAR ROUND—Continuous Weekly Lessons 30 Minutes Each
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Our Swim School
Our Swim School
At Aqua-Tots Midlothian, children of all abilities from 4 months-12 years old become safe and confident swimmers in our indoor, 90° pool. With flexible class schedules, make-up lessons and a fully stocked changing room, we’re here to make swim lessons convenient for your family. So, sit back and relax in the comfy red chairs in our viewing area. We’ll take care of the rest.
Kerin Morgan has been involved in the swim industry for 50+ years and has taught over 10,000 children to swim. She was instrumental in creating the Aqua-Tots curriculum. Tim Morgan has 6 kids who have learned to swim at Aqua-Tots. Both are passionate about offering quality swim lessons and making a positive impact in our community. They believe swim lessons build character, confidence and lessons for life.
Tim Morgan has 6 kids who have learned to swim at Aqua-Tots. He is passionate about making a positive impact in the community and believes that swim lessons provide a unique platform to help instill character and confidence into children, parents, and staff. He loves to spend time with his family and outdoors. Tim oversees all operational aspects of the school.
At Aqua-Tots Midlothian, our team is our family, and we're excited to introduce them to you. Our amazing managers and friendly front desk staff are here to assist your family and show you what the Aqua-Tots experience is all about. Whether you have questions about our program, need help scheduling lessons and make-up lessons or just want to say hi, our team is ready to serve you.
At Aqua-Tots Midlothian, our calm, confident and certified instructors are ready to welcome your child into the pool. With 40+ hours of in-classroom and in-water training, they are well-equipped to teach your child everything they need to know to become a safe and confident swimmer for life, using the proven Aqua-Tots curriculum—tried, true and trusted all over the world to teach children how to swim.