Aim Above Swim School
Private Swimming Lessons for Adults & Children in the GTA
At Aim Above Swim School, we want to help you or a loved one learn to swim. We’ve helped thousands of adults and children across Toronto learn how to swim with our private swimming lessons.
Enjoy the privacy of 1-on-1 swimming instruction with Aim Above!
Swimming Lessons for Babies
Our aim is to empower parents by teaching them to progress at the child’s pace using verbal cues, body language, and positive feedback. Our Instructors at Aim Above guide parents in introducing their child to water skills using water toys, games and interactive songs.
Swimming Lessons for Children
In our swimming program for children, Aim Above specializes in professional swim instruction of all ages following the Red Cross and Lifesaving Society teaching methods and curriculum. Aim Above swimmers are taught at their appropriate swimming level, not at their age level.
Swimming Lessons for Adults
Learning to swim later in life can be a fun rewarding experience. Adults learn differently than children and our instructors are trained in adult education to go step-by-step and teach you foundational techniques to master your swimming moves with private adult swimming lessons.
About Aim Above Swim School
At Aim Above Swim School, we would be happy to teach your child how to swim and improve their swimming skills. For over a decade, we have assisted thousands of children, teenagers, and adults on how to swim and how it can save their lives.
Because no two people experience the same difficulties when learning, we take the time to fully understand your swimming concerns and yours/your child’s swimming difficulties and integrate these into an individualized program that we create specifically for you/your child’s needs.
Whether you or a loved one in Toronto needs to learn how to swim, increase swimming endurance or fitness, enhance stroke improvement, or swim with ease in the deep end, Aim Above Swim School will help.
Did You Know?
- 8 out of 10 drowning victims are MALE.
- The backyard pool is the site where children under 5 years most often drown.
- Recreational activities continue to accounting for 59% of Canadian drowning.