Advanced Swim Classes

Little Otter Swim School provides advanced swimmers appropriate classes based on age. We teach each child with a gentle and encouraging approach and recognize that every child is different and has different needs. Our goal is to challenge your child and lead them along the path of learning to swim. Click on the appropriate link below to find out more about each class.

Mighty Makos - Advanced Swimmers 7 Year Olds and UpMighty Makos

The Mighty Mako class extends the swim distance to laps of the entire length of the pool (75 feet). Freestyle endurance is built as students learn to maintain their stroke technique as the tire.

The breaststroke is taught from start to finish in this level. In addition to stroke technique, freestyle and breaststroke starts and turns and speed techniques are introduced.Register For Classes

  • Prerequisite: Swimming freestyle with bilateral breathing and bent arm recovery 60 feet & elementary backstroke 40 feet
  • Final Goal: Several laps of rhythmic breathing freestyle with refined technique, mastery of breaststroke including the whip kick, arms, and timing

Speedy Stingrays - Advanced Swimmers - 7 Years Old and UpSpeedy Stingrays

This class introduces the two remaining strokes into our curriculum, backstroke and butterfly. Though back kicks have been introduced in previous levels, backstroke arms are taught and butterfly is taught from start to finish. Stroke technique and endurance is emphasized as the students begin medley swims involving all four strokes. Though freestyle and breaststroke have been taught in previous levels, those strokes are still practiced within this level.Register For Classes

  • Prerequisite: 2 laps of rhythmic breathing freestyle and 1 lap of breaststroke
  • Final Goals: Swim competitive backstroke and butterfly 80 feet

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A Look Back At African-American Swimmers Making History

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The accomplishments of the US Swimming Teams in Rio were nothing short of amazing. It was fun to watch and made us all proud. And because a couple of our finest moments were accomplished by African-American swimmers, it inspired a look back at the history African-Americans have in swimming in the United States. Maritza Correia…

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