What to Expect and What to Bring

What can you expect when you come to swimming lessons at Fish and Fins Swimming School?


When you arrive at 412 Ridgewood Rd park in the circle driveway and go up the driveway. Do not ring the doorbell- nobody will answer. Go ahead and come to the back up the driveway and to the door that has a large rock in front of it. Go ahead and open the door and come on in- it opens up directly to the waiting room.


Please park ONLY in the circle driveway or street in FRONT of 412 Ridgewood Rd. The set of trees to the south of 412 Ridgewood (Address of neighboring house is 406 Ridgewood Rd) is allowing parking in front of their house.

DO NOT PARK in front of 420 Ridgewood Rd.

If you park in front of any other neighboring houses your car could be towed at YOUR expense. Please move your car immediately if you did not park in the designated parking spot.

Please ask Katelyn if you need more clarification on this issue.

Thank you for your understanding.


Go ahead and sit down, explore the waiting area and watch the fun!

If there is somebody already in there then they are finishing their lesson and they will be finished at their designated time.

As the parent or guardian, you must stay on site during the lesson as it is taking place.

If it is your first time taking lessons in the 2017 season you must sign the consent form that is located on the table. Please read over it and sign it and then hand it to Katelyn.

If your child is crying please let them finish the lesson with Katelyn. She will not pull them out of the water just because they are crying unless there is a medical issue associated with the crying. Lots of kids are nervous or scared about swimming lessons as well as being separated from you- Katelyn will not put your child in danger while they are crying- they will stay in the pool and explore the water together.

What do I bring to swimming lessons?

  • Towel
  • Sunscreen
  • Proper swimwear
  • Water Diapers (if needed)
  • Water bottle (if wanted)
  • Ear plugs (if needed)
  • Goggles
  • Your Swimmer 🙂

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