Come enjoy the 91-degree waters of TDSS with your family! The best way to Swim Thru Life is to jump in with your family by your side! We are excited to offer this opportunity for you to get in the water with your children for some fun, relaxation and to work on the skills that they are being taught in their weekly classes.
Family Swim Thru Life is also open to you even if you are not a current customer. We welcome everyone to come in and check out the facility, warm water and friendly environment!
When is it? We offer three family swims each month. The first Thursday from Noon-1pm, the third Friday from 5pm-7pm and the fourth Tuesday from Noon- 1pm. (Check out the Facility Calendar for specific dates each month. The Facility Calendar is located under the Class Information tab on the TDSS website.)
Why should I bring my family? Why not?! This is a great time to bond with your child and reinforce the safety and technical skills that they are being taught in their class. For new families who are not currently enrolled in lessons, this is a perfect opportunity to enjoy our warm, shallow water pools and learn about the school.
How do I sign up? You can sign up online by filling out the form located at the bottom of this page. You can also sign up at the school either by phone 703-433-2020 or in person. Space is limited so we recommend that you do not wait until the last minute.
What does it cost and how long can we swim? The cost is $5 per person with a $20 maximum per family. You can register for a one-hour block. Of course you do not have to stay in the water for the whole hour but we want to allow as many families the opportunity to use this unique time, so we ask that you abide by the hour registration blocks.
*TDSS will provide a lifeguard as well as three instructors who will be in the pool helping out with any tips or questions you may have. Please keep in mind that our instructors will not be running formal lessons but are more than happy to discuss class specific topics.
*Please note that for safety reasons parents MUST be in the water with their children and not just in the building or on the pool deck.