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Why Babies & Parents Love Our Waterbabies Classes

By Tom Dolan / October 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

Tom Dolan Swim School offers classes for children of all ages, from babies on up to teenagers. And while there’s no one “right” time to start swim lessons, we find that the general rule is: the earlier, the better! Our Waterbabies classes are designed to help babies and toddlers feel comfortable in the water at…

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How to Get the Most Out of the Customer Portal

By Tom Dolan / October 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

We are passionate about helping our students learn how to Swim Thru Life – building fundamental skills, confidence, and fun with every lesson. We love seeing kids grow and thrive as they advance through class levels. We are also committed to making swim lessons as easy and stress-free as possible for parents. You lead busy…

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5 Ways to Encourage Your New Swimmer

By Tom Dolan / September 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

Some new swimmers take to the water immediately, feeling at ease in lessons without much prompting. Other children are fearful or nervous and need more time and support before they become comfortable. If your child falls into the latter category, swim lessons can unfortunately become a battleground. You know that swimming is an important life…

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Join The TDSS Team – Apply Today!

By Tom Dolan / September 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

We are looking for looking for professional, passionate, and fun loving candidates to join our Swim Thru Life family! Available positions: Front Desk Staff Tom Dolan Swim School in the Dulles 28 Shopping Center is looking for dynamic, energetic and detail-oriented Front Desk Staff who enjoy working with children! Pay: Paid Training! $15 / Hour…

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Rinse & Repeat: How Repetition Helps New Swimmers Learn

By Tom Dolan / August 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

Small children love repetition – as you know if you’ve ever read the same book, played the same game or sung the same song on loop with your kids. Repetition helps children practice a skill or develop a knowledge area. It establishes a routine, giving them an orderly and predictable environment to learn and grow.…

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