Arena Sports Swim

Located in Issaquah · Spring I Session: February 24th – April 19th

With open enrollment you can register at anytime!

Give your child the opportunity to learn a life skill! Experience low ratios, personal attention and a fun, effective curriculum in a comfortable environment. Our unique approach to teaching helps kids and adults learn the necessary skills to feel safe, confident and competent in and around water. Whether you are a swimmer jumping in for the first time or is wanting to improve techniques for swim team, we’ve got you covered. Set you child up for success with Arena Sports Swim Lessons!

Spring I Swim Schedule
  • 4:1 ratio (Swimmer : Instructor)
  • 25-minute lessons
  • 2-week session – attend lessons 4 days a week (Mon-Thur)
  • Toddler Ages: 6 months – 3 years
  • Preschool Ages: 3 – 6 years
  • Youth Ages: 6 – 13 years
  • 45-minute to 1-hour lesson
  • Lessons are 3 days a week for eight weeks
  • Levels available: beginner, intermediate, and advanced
  • Prepares swimmers for a swim team
  • Learn regulation and legal expectations during swim competitions
  • An assessment is required by our Pre-Comp coaches or a manager

  • 1-on-1 with instructor
  • 8-week sessions
  • Open enrollment through out the session
  • 30-minute lessons
  • Schedule changes frequently
  • 2-on-1 with instructor
  • 8-week sessions
  • Open enrollment through out the session
  • 30-minute lessons
  • Offered 7 days a week (depending on instructor’s availability)
  • Participants must be close in age with similar swim abilities
Sign Up for Group & Pre-Competitive Swim Lessons
Sign Up for Private & Semi-Private Lessons

Group Swim Lesson Levels



Introduce your child to the water and gain comfortability. We will practice the fundamentals of swimming through song singing and games. This class has an instructor guiding you and your child through the class. We encourage all parents to have: closeness, skin contact, eye contact, smiles and enthusiasm with their little swimmers! This will help in gaining trust in the water.


Preschool 1

The goal of Preschool 1 is to introduce your child to the water and develop the fundamentals of swimming independently from their caretaker. In Preschool 1, we will focus on the foundation of swimming using bubbles (breath control), floating, kicking and gliding with assistance. Safety and fun is an important element and learning how to be safe when they are around water in the community.


Preschool 2

The goal of Preschool 2 is to start building on their swimming foundation. They will begin to independently perform basic fundamental skills such as floating, kicking and gliding. Beginning on their front side swimmers will begin their combined arm strokes and leg actions. Then we will introduce new strokes like the elementary backstroke and backstroke.


Preschool 3

The goal for Preschool 3 is to develop an independent and efficient preschool swimmer. In this level, they will master the front crawl stroke, elementary backstroke and backstroke. They will also be introduced to whip kick and dolphin kick, transitioning into more advanced strokes.


Preschool 4

The goal for Preschool 4 is to gain skill and technique towards further distances and endurance swimming. This class will prepare swimmers for intermediate youth level classes through side breathing (pool width) and backstrokes by themselves. They will be introduced to new strokes such as breaststroke and butterfly.


Youth Level 1

Our goal for Youth level 1 is safety and swimming fundamentals. Your child will be introduced to the water through fun games. In this level they will practice bubble blowing (breath control), floating, kicking and gliding. Developing comfortability and confidence will be the main focus for your child.


Youth Levels 2

Our goal for Youth Level 2  is safety and swimming fundamentals. In this level your child will be introduced to front stroke, side breathing techniques, breaststroke kicks and dolphin kicks. They will also continue to master the front and back floats, elementary backstroke and backstroke independently.


Youth Levels 3-4

Our goal for Youth Levels 3 and 4 is stroke development. They will learn basic skills to begin building a foundation for advanced swimming. They will be introduced to side breathing, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, backstroke and butterfly.  Kids will also build endurance for swimming farther distances.


Youth Levels 5-6

Our goal for Youth Levels 5 and 6 is that swimmers will join this class with a basic understanding of all the strokes. The instructor will build on what they have already learned and perfect their stroke. The end objective of this class is joining our Pre-Competitive swim class.



This class prepares your swimmer for swim team. They’ll learn regulations and expectations of competitive swimming.