Goldfish Swim School
Goldfish Swim School, a state of the art aquatic facilities dedicated entirely to year-round indoor swim classes and programs for children 4 months and up, is now open in Needham (45 Fourth Ave), Westford (3 Lyberty Way), Braintree (579 Granite St) and Burlington (10 B Street).
The new Boston-area swim school offers swim lessons to children of all ages and varying stages from introductory parent-tot programs to beginning swimmer lessons to advanced pro-level lessons.
Goldfish Swim School features include:
ˇ Heated indoor swimming pool kept at 90 degrees. Air temperature kept at 92 degrees, providing swimmers with a shiver-free swim lesson experience.
ˇ Small class sizes so kids receive the personalized attention they need. (Max 4:1 student to teacher ratio)
ˇ Recreational swim team (7:1 student to teacher ratio) for those swimmers who want to prepare for the next stages of competitive swimming.
ˇ State-of-the-art pool water purification system, guaranteeing a clean, safe environment for learning swimmers.
Goldfish Swim School also includes a viewing gallery for parents to watch lessons and a tropical décor. In addition to swim lessons, the program offers open swim times for families, weekend birthday parties and a Treasure Island to purchase swim suits and accessories.
Goldfish Swim School utilizes unique and educational teaching equipment, employs an experienced staff of Ellis certified swim instructors and is a proud member of the United States Swim School Association. Register today to reserve a spot and to learn more about Goldfish Swim School: Find a Location
|Braintree||(781) 817-3535||map||579 Granite Street, Braintree, MA, 02184|
|Burlington||---||map||10 B Street, Burlington, MA|
|Needham||781-881-2108||map||45 Fourth Avenue, Needham, MA, 02494|
|Westford||(978) 799-2700||map||3 Lyberty Way, Westford, MA, 01886|
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