Get More with Waterbabies!
When it comes to getting more out of your swimming, we have a lot to offer!
We believe that to teach a child to swim is to give a gift for life, and we don’t think cost should be prohibitive for anyone! If your family is facing a financial hardship, you may be eligible for a scholarship from Waterbabies. We will grant a minimum of five (5) scholarships per session, and are committed to helping as many families swim as possible! Get complete details or submit your scholarship application online:
Like you, we love to celebrate milestones and accomplishments both in and out of the water! A pool party is a great way to cool off when it is hot outside, burn off some energy when the weather is dreary, or spend time with your favorite people in a family-friendly and fun environment! Host your event with us for added excitement!
Does your schedule make our regular class schedule challenging? Do you wish you had more one-on-one instruction time? Head on down to Waterbabies Aquatic Center for a private lesson! We will work directly with you and your child to identify and work toward your individual swimming goals. If you would like to arrange for a semi-private class, please inquire by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-643-3533.
With the recent opening of Waterbabies Aquatic Center, we are excited to offer opportunities for families to come swim each week, whether to practice skills or simply play in the pool! These “Open Swim” time blocks are open to current or prior Waterbabies families with the purchase of a drop-in or stamp card pass. Stamp cards are available for purchase at the front desk at the Renton facility during our usual class schedule hours; drop-in passes are available for purchase same day only. Check out the schedule posted at the front desk in Renton or view it online:
At Waterbabies, we are committed to developing the whole child. Sometimes, you as a parent need more information and support to help you in your quest to raise a healthy, well-rounded person. Peruse our list of articles and books for a deeper dive into the realm of child development as it relates to the water.