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What to Expect
on Your First Day

We want to make learning to swim as easy as possible, that includes making sure you are prepared for lessons. Learn what to expect and bring on your first day of lessons.


Learning to swim is a defining and memorable experience in your child's life. Our passionate team of certified instructors is here to make sure it is a positive experience for all. Through our small class sizes, warm water, individual attention and passionate team of certified instructors, we are committed to teaching all swimmers to learn to love and respect the water. 

All families are required to review and agree to our SafeSplash School Policies. This is typically completed as part of creating a swimmer account.

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You are welcome to jump-in to lessons at any time. Most of our classes occur on a perpetual schedule - the same time and place each week. Once you or your swimmer is enrolled, classes simply continue until you wish to withdraw. Our goal is to make swim lessons a fun part of your child’s regular routine, and do it in a way that is as convenient as possible for your family’s busy schedule. (We also have a bit of experience at this and we know that consistency and frequency are important to building independent swimmers!)

clock-regular Arriving On Your First Day

Please arrive 10-15 minutes early prior to your first lesson and check in at the front desk. Let them know you are there for SafeSplash lessons and they will point you in the right direction to the pool. Please have your child in their swimsuit ready to go. Our facility rules prohibit swimmers changing in the member locker rooms. We will have pop up changing tents for use after swim classes. Please remember that students should be with a parent or guardian the entire time they are in the facility and cannot be dropped off at any point.

suitcase-rolling-solid What to bring to lessons

We ask all swimmers to bring goggles, a swimsuit, a swim cap and a towel. Swim caps help keep swimmers hair out of their way and keep their goggles on! All swimmers under the age of 3 years (and those who are not fully potty trained) must wear a reusable diaper in addition to a disposable swim diaper.

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The parent/guardian can sit on benches provided by us near the lane that lessons are to take place. Parent/guardians must stay in the pool deck area for the entirety of the lesson and cannot be dropped off at any point.

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Our team of instructors keep detailed skill trackers for all of our swimmers. We’ll keep you updated on your child’s progress through our Splash-N-Tell sessions where your kiddo has the opportunity to show off their latest life saving skills in addition to progress reports that keep you up-to-date on your students level and completed swim skills. If you’d like more frequent updates, please don’t hesitate to ask our team. There’s nothing more fun than watching the pride in your little swimmer when they show off to mom and dad!

SafeSplash Swim School


We’re here 7 days a week — Call us!
(901) 625-3335
8864 US Highway 64, Lakeland, TN 38002   moreinfo@safesplash.com

Class Hours

  • Wednesday
    4:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Friday
    4:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Saturday
    9:00AM - 12:00PM


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Joel L.

“My kids are learning fast and feel more and more confident in the water!”

Amanda C.

“The teachers are awesome and the curriculum really gets kids swimming well!”

Karen S

“The instructors are very patient with the beginners and maintain a fun and safe learning environment”