Mar 21, 2013

White Mountain Aquatic Foundation Announces The Availability Of Scholarships For Learn To Swim Lessons

White Mountain Aquatic Foundation has announced the availability of scholarships and tuition assistance for youth Learn to Swim lessons. Applications are available at the White Mountain Aquatic Center (WMAC) pool at the New England Inn. Scholarships are available based on financial need. The next round of applications are due July 1.

The Center provides aquatic programming to develop students of all ages into confident, skilled and lifelong swimmers. By providing a facility and programs the Foundation and Center hope to promote awareness and support for the safety, health and wellness of our community.
Learn to Swim classes endeavor to create positive experiences in the water, instill student confidence in their swimming skills so they are more willing to try new things and promote swimming as a lifelong activity. Swimming is taught with positive engagement in specific skills drills and creative water play.

Swimming is a skill sport. To become a master swimmer takes a lot of time and practice. Every swimmer is unique and progresses at their own pace. The Centers objective is to give students the best chance to become safe and confident swimmers by offering lots of practice, positive feedback and personalized reinforcement.

The development of swimming skills in the Learn to Swim program are usually done in a progressive manner but can be easily adapted to suit the age and/or ability level of the individual swimmers. Lessons emphasize proper buoyancy, balance, and breathing skills from the very beginning in a fun, nurturing atmosphere.

Get in the swim with us. The Aquatic Center is home to the Saco Valley Swim Team. Other programs include: Open Swim, Family Swim, Water Aerobics, Aqua Zumba, Water Movement for Seniors, Adult Swim Lessons, Masters Workout Group, Aqua Circuit Training, Birthday Pool Parties and more.

The White Mountain Aquatic Foundation, is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 that is dedicated to providing a multiple pool aquatic center in the Mt. Washington Valley that will deliver aquatic education, recreation, safety, competition, fitness and rehabilitative programs.

For questions, concerns, donations or suggestions please call 603-733-5915 or email: