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Private Survival Swim Lessons - Call us to learn more: 800-913-5633

Swim Synergy specializes in one-on-one private swim lessons that are custom tailored for every student. Using a gentle approach with care and encouragement; our method of teaching honors the student's skill level, learning style, emotional needs, and physical abilities. Our individualized swim instruction creates an optimal learning environment for easily distracted students and facilitates faster progression through the lessons.

In a country where drowning is one of the leading causes of death: swimming is a necessary life skill. "Drowning IS a preventable tragedy" when "layers of protection" are utilized to create increased security: both in and around the water. Swim Synergy strives to save lives by offering effective water safety instruction for infants, children, and adults; as well as drowning prevention tips. We also offer vital resources necessary for a child's protection around water, such as: life jackets, pool fences, pond nets, door & window alarms, CPR classes, sun protective swimwear and more.


Know the Facts:

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

  • Drowning is the #1 cause of injury-related deaths for children ages 1-4 in the U.S.
  • Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of injury-related deaths for children ages 1-14.
  • For every child that drowns, 4 are hospitalized for a near drowning.
  • 20% of those near drowning victims suffer severe, permanent neurological damage.
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  • Can your child get themself to safety?

NDPA Advises Year-Round Attention to Drowning

"The summer months usually experience a peak in drowning deaths and near-drownings due to the prevalence of water-related activities. However, the risk of drowning is not absent in the winter months. Pool owners and parents of young children must always be vigilant about the ever-present risk of drowning. Swim lessons should be continuous, year-round, not taken for just one season. Skills need to be developed and maintained."

-National Drowning Prevention Alliance