Aqua-Tots Swim Lessons in
Round Rock, TX
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YEAR ROUND—Continuous Weekly Lessons 30 Minutes Each
Our Round Rock Aqua-Tots Family
Our Round Rock Family
Our Swim School
Our Swim School
At Aqua-Tots Round Rock, 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.
Andy and Lynn Neillie became a part of the Aqua-Tots family over 20 years ago when their young daughter was one of the original Aqua-Tots students. In 2009, they became franchise owners, and today, Lynn is a training consultant and coach, while Andy does leadership development keynotes and workshops.
As a lifelong swimmer, Karin Chopin has always been involved with water safety. When she met the Neillie's, their swim chemistry was instant, and Karin joined Aqua-Tots as the first GM of the Round Rock school. She later became a franchise owner when the team opened their 3rd school. Her experience in the hospitality industry along with water safety and the Aqua-Tots core values makes for a dream job for Karin.
At Aqua-Tots Round Rock, 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 Round Rock, 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.