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Established in 1973, the American Swim Academy is a family-owned and operated facility that offers swimming instruction for children and adults. The academy provides classes to enhance comfort and stroke techniques for beginning swimmers. It offers training programs in a variety of water safety skills, such as falling in, turning around and survival back floats. The American Swim Academy hosts sessions to practice floating, kicking, arm strokes and rolling skills for rest and breathing. The academy has deck managers to oversee the safety of students. In addition, it provides aerobics, stretching and resistance training. The American Swim Academy also offers classes in two laps breaststroke and one lap butterfly strokes.
Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 9:00 pm, Sat - Sun 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Phone: (510) 657-0403

Fax: (510) 657-0403

TollFree: (800) 810-7946

  • Medical Services
Grimmer, Irvington

American Swim Academy

Swimming Instruction, Private Swimming Pools
Other Information

Classes Offered: Yoga

Services: Medical Services


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Worst Customer Service. Avoid if you do not ant to be fleeced

The management tries hard to make sure they make your child repeat levels as many times as they can get away with. You will get identical report cards from 1 session to the next with no improvemnet. I actually got one in which only thing checked by the teacher was - discussed safety rules!! I paid $120 for a month for them to discuss safety rules. The management does not hold itself accountable for the preformance of its teachers. If you bring to their attention a problem they will try to shift the blame on you or your child. Very demotivating for kids.