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Swim Lessons for Kids


Swimming is a vital skill that makes life safer and more fun. Over the years at the Y, we have taught thousands of children and adolescents to swim, which has helped to minimize the risk of drowning in our community. YMCA swim lessons build self-esteem, confidence and fitness.

Experienced instructors offer group and private swim lessons for all ages and abilities at Bridgewater, Hillsborough, Somerset Hills and Somerville YMCAs. Swim lessons are offered year-round. You will find an online registration button with each class description below. You can also visit our new Swim Program section to look at our complete swim curriculum and for helpful swim lesson selector tools.

Bridgewater YMCA

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Swim Evaluations
Our swim lessons are specifically tailored to the participant’s age, swimming ability, level of physical development and confidence in the water. Participants will advance in the program as they become more skilled in the water.

If you have any questions about the appropriate level for your child, please schedule a complimentary evaluation with us.

Evaluations are held Mon - Thurs at 5:30pm.

To schedule an evaluation, please contact Christina Huang, Aquatics Director, via webmail or phone: 908 722 4567 x625.
Private Swim Lessons

Swimming is a vital life skill. Understanding water safety and how to swim minimizes the risk of drowning while building self-reliance. The Y’s skilled and patient swim instructors offer lessons for all ages and abilities.

Private Swim Lessons Request Form
Infant & Toddler Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 months to 3 years)
  • Water Discovery: Infant (6 months to 1 year)
    Parent/child class in which infants are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.
  • Water Discovery: Toddler (1 to 2 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.
  • Water Exploration: Toddler (2 to 3 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental water safety skills. Child should be comfortable entering and exiting pool with parent.
Preschool Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 3 to 5 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (3 to 5 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (3 to 5 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim assisted for 10 feet.

  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rhythmic breathing, swimming on back, integrated arm and leg action and swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, to glide off then return to the wall, and to swim on front for 20 feet.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (3 to 5 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 25 yards unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. 

  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

School Age Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 years to 11 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation Class (6 to 11 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement Class (6 to 11 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 15 feet.


  • Stage 3: Water Stamina Class (6 to 11 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction Class (6 to 11 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl, introduces breaststroke and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 50-75 yards (2-3 laps) unassisted and tread water for 30 seconds.


  • Stage 5: Stroke Development Class (6 to 11 years)
    Continues work on stroke technique, teaches all major competitive strokes and reinforces water safety through treading water and sidestroke. Child should be able to swim front and back crawl for 75-100 yards (3-4 laps), have knowledge of breaststroke, and tread water for 45 seconds. 


  • Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics Class (6 to 11 years)
    Refines technique on all major competitive strokes, introduces competitive swimming and incorporates swimming into a healthy lifestyle. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 100 yards and have knowledge of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 7: Stroke Endurance Class (6 to 11 years)
    Improves stroke technique and utilizes longer distance swimming to build endurance. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke for 100 yards with little correction and be able to complete 50 yards of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 8: Stroke Refinement, Starts & Turns Class (8 to 11 years)
    Explores competitive swimming to include developing swimming strokes and learning how to do starts and flip turns. Child should be able to swim all four competitive strokes for 100 yards with little correction and have basic knowledge of diving.

  • F.A.S.T. Clinic (7 to 14 years)

    The F.A.S.T. (Fitness and Stroke Technique) Swim Clinic is a 2-day/week swim practice, for kids age 7 years through 14 years, focused on conditioning and stroke mechanics and stroke refinement. A swim evaluation is required. Must be a YMCA member.

    Participants should be able to swim the four competitive strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly) with little correction and should also be comfortable swimming multiple laps over a period of time while taking direction.

    Classes are 60 minutes long.

Safety Around Water (Ages 3 to 10 years)
Knowing how to swim is not a luxury; it is a necessity. The YMCA’s free Safety Around Water swim program (held in May during Water Safety Month) can help you make sure your children learn essential water safety skills, which can open up a world of possibilities for them to satisfy their curiosity safely.

Learn more about the Safety Around Water Program
Swim the Seas
Join our 8-week Swim the Seas Program from October 23 – December 17 and challenge yourself to a virtual swim across the English Channel. Swim at Bridgewater YMCA and Somerville YMCA as often as you like, anywhere from 2 to 40+ miles, to achieve your own personal goal. Log your swims and total mileage, which will be posted weekly. Most of all, have fun!

To participate, complete the Fall 2017 Swim the Seas registration form and return to the Aquatics Director. Check the schedule for open swim times.

For more information, please contact Barb Adam via webmail or at 908 526 0688.

Hillsborough YMCA

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Swim Evaluations
Our swim lessons are specifically tailored to the participant’s age, swimming ability, level of physical development and confidence in the water. Participants will advance in the program as they become more skilled in the water.

If you have any questions about the appropriate level for your child, please schedule a complimentary evaluation with us.

Evaluations are held Tuesdays and Thursdays.

To schedule an evaluation, please contact Lisa Slover, Aquatics Director, via webmail or phone: 908 369 0490.
Private Swim Lessons

Swimming is a vital life skill. Understanding water safety and how to swim minimizes the risk of drowning while building self-reliance. The Y’s skilled and patient swim instructors offer lessons for all ages and abilities.

Private Swim Lesson Request Form 
Infant & Toddler Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 months to 3 years)
  • Water Discovery: Infant (6 months to 1 year)
    Parent/child class in which infants are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

  • Water Discovery: Toddler (1 to 2 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

  • Water Exploration: Toddler (2 to 3 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental water safety skills. Child should be comfortable entering and exiting pool with parent.

Preschool Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 3 to 5 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (3 to 5 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (3 to 5 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim assisted for 10 feet.

  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rhythmic breathing, swimming on back, integrated arm and leg action and swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, to glide off then return to the wall, and to swim on front for 20 feet.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (3 to 5 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 25 yards unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. 


  • Stage 5: Stroke Development
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

School Age Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 years to 11 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (6 to 11 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (6 to 11 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 15 feet.


  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (6 to 11 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (6 to 11 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl, introduces breaststroke and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 50-75 yards (2-3 laps) unassisted and tread water for 30 seconds.

  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (6 to 11 years)
    Continues work on stroke technique, teaches all major competitive strokes and reinforces water safety through treading water and sidestroke. Child should be able to swim front and back crawl for 75-100 yards (3-4 laps), have knowledge of breaststroke, and tread water for 45 seconds. 



  • Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics (6 to 11 years)
    Refines technique on all major competitive strokes, introduces competitive swimming and incorporates swimming into a healthy lifestyle. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 100 yards and have knowledge of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 7: Stroke Endurance (6 to 11 years)
    Improves stroke technique and utilizes longer distance swimming to build endurance. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke for 100 yards with little correction and be able to complete 50 yards of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 8: Stroke Refinement, Starts & Turns (8 to 11 years)
    Explores competitive swimming to include developing swimming strokes and learning how to do starts and flip turns. Child should be able to swim all four competitive strokes for 100 yards with little correction and have basic knowledge of diving.

Safety Around Water (Ages 3 to 10 years)
Knowing how to swim is not a luxury; it is a necessity. The YMCA’s free Safety Around Water swim program (held in May during Water Safety Month) can help you make sure your children learn essential water safety skills, which can open up a world of possibilities for them to satisfy their curiosity safely.

Learn more about the Safety Around Water Program

Somerset Hills YMCA

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Swim Evaluations
Our swim lessons are specifically tailored to the participant’s age, swimming ability, level of physical development and confidence in the water. Participants will advance in the program as they become more skilled in the water.

If you have any questions about the appropriate level for your child, please schedule a complimentary evaluation with us.

To schedule an evaluation, please contact Duke Munzer, Aquatics Director, via webmail or phone: 908 766 7898 x518.
Private Swim Lessons

Swimming is a vital life skill. Understanding water safety and how to swim minimizes the risk of drowning while building self-reliance. The Y’s skilled and patient swim instructors offer lessons for all ages and abilities.

Private Swim Lessons Request Form
Infant & Toddler Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 months to 3 years)
  • Water Discovery: Infant (6 months to 1 year)
    Parent/child class in which infants are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

  • Water Discovery: Toddler (1 to 2 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

  • Water Exploration: Toddler (2 to 3 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental water safety skills. Child should be comfortable entering and exiting pool with parent.

Preschool Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 3 to 5 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (3 to 5 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (3 to 5 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim assisted for 10 feet.

  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rhythmic breathing, swimming on back, integrated arm and leg action and
    swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, to glide off then return to the wall, and to swim on front for 20 feet.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (3 to 5 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 25 yards unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. 


  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

  • Swim School (3 to 5 years)

    Swimming is a vital skill that makes life safer and more fun. Swim School at Somerset Hills YMCA offers you the convenience of pre-enrolling your child in swim lessons for the entire school year.

    Classes run from the fall (September 10, 2018) through the spring (June 9, 2019), with no classes November 19-24, December 24 - January 1, and Spring Break week, TBD. Register by August 1.


    WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

    *30 minute class once a week
    *Classes are offered Mon-Fri, 10:00am-2:30pm
    *Same instructor which helps to build trust and comfort for your child
    *Your child will benefit from having continuous learning.
    *Easy one-time enrollment (no need to re-enroll each session)
    *Choice of a private, semi-private, or group classes
    *Smaller group classes of 3 allow for greater instruction time and attention.
    *Parents have the convenience of making a one-time payment or paying in monthly installments.


    Group Lesson: $700 per child
    Semi-private lesson: $925 per child
    Private Lesson: $1,375 per child


    For more information, please contact Brad Klippel at 908 766 7898 x519 or via webmail.

    Swim School Information

School Age Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 years to 11 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (6 to 11 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (6 to 11 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 15 feet.

  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (6 to 11 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (6 to 11 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl, introduces breaststroke and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 50-75 yards (2-3 laps) unassisted and tread water for 30 seconds.

  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (6 to 11 years)
    Continues work on stroke technique, teaches all major competitive strokes and reinforces water safety through treading water and sidestroke. Child should be able to swim front and back crawl for 75-100 yards (3-4 laps), have knowledge of breaststroke, and tread water for 45 seconds. 

  • Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics (6 to 11 years)
    Refines technique on all major competitive strokes, introduces competitive swimming and incorporates swimming into a healthy lifestyle. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 100 yards and have knowledge of butterfly kick.
  • Stage 7: Stroke Endurance (6 to 11 years)
    Improves stroke technique and utilizes longer distance swimming to build endurance. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke for 100 yards with little correction and be able to complete 50 yards of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 8: Stroke Refinement, Starts & Turns (8 to 11 years)
    Explores competitive swimming to include developing swimming strokes and learning how to do starts and flip turns. Child should be able to swim all four competitive strokes for 100 yards with little correction and have basic knowledge of diving.
  • F.A.S.T. Clinic (7 to 10 years)

    The F.A.S.T. (Fitness and Stroke Technique) Swim Clinic is a 2-day/week swim practice, for kids age 7 years through 10 years, focused on conditioning and stroke mechanics and stroke refinement. A swim evaluation is required. Must be a YMCA member.

    Participants should be able to swim the four competitive strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly) with little correction and should also be comfortable swimming multiple laps over a period of time while taking direction.

    Classes are 60 minutes long.

    *Additional F.A.S.T. Clinics are offered for children ages 11-14 under Teen Swim Classes & Programs.

  • F.A.S.T. Tryouts (Ages 8 years to 10 years)
S.T.A.R.S. Swim Lessons for Children with Special Needs (Ages 3 to 12 years)
S.T.A.R.S. (Sharing Therapies And Realizing Self Strengths) Swim Lessons for children with special needs group children together based on similar abilities and guide them through swim lessons in a smaller staff-to-student ratio than traditional swim classes. To help select the appropriate class for your child, please see our Swim Lesson Selector tools. For children who require individual attention, please inquire about our Private Swim Lessons.

  • S.T.A.R.S. Beginner (Ages 3 to 12 years)

    This class is designed to mirror a typical Preschool Stage 1 or Stage 2 YMCA swim class, with the ultimate goal of moving participants to a traditional swim class. 1:3 ratio.

    Classes are 30 minutes long.

  • S.T.A.R.S. Intermediate (Ages 3 to 12 years)
    This class is designed to mirror a typical Preschool Stage 4 or School Age Stage 3 YMCA swim class, with the ultimate goal of moving participants to a traditional swim class. 1:3 ratio.

    Classes are 30 minutes long.

  • S.T.A.R.S. Advanced Beginner (Ages 3 to 12 years)
    This class is designed to mirror a typical Preschool Stage 3-4 or School Age Stage 2 YMCA swim class, with the ultimate goal of moving participants to a traditional swim class. 1:3 ratio.

    Classes are 30 minutes long.

Safety Around Water (Ages 3 to 10 years)
Knowing how to swim is not a luxury; it is a necessity. The YMCA’s free Safety Around Water swim program (held in May during Water Safety Month) can help you make sure your children learn essential water safety skills, which can open up a world of possibilities for them to satisfy their curiosity safely.

Learn more about the Safety Around Water Program

Somerville YMCA


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Swim Evaluations
Our swim lessons are specifically tailored to the participant’s age, swimming ability, level of physical development and confidence in the water. Participants will advance in the program as they become more skilled in the water.

If you have any questions about the appropriate level for your child, please schedule a complimentary evaluation with us.

Evaluations are held Mon, Wed & Fri at 6:00pm.

To schedule an evaluation, please contact Christina Huang, Aquatics Director, via webmail or phone: 908 722 4567 x625.
Private Swim Lessons
Swimming is a vital life skill. Understanding water safety and how to swim minimizes the risk of drowning while building self-reliance. The Y’s skilled and patient swim instructors offer lessons for all ages and abilities.

Private Swim Lessons Request Form
Infant & Toddler Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 months to 3 years)
  • Water Discovery: Infant (6 months to 1 year)
    Parent/child class in which infants are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

  • Water Discovery: Toddler (1 to 2 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental water safety skills. Child should be comfortable entering and exiting pool with parent.

  • Water Exploration: Toddler (2 to 3 years)
    Parent/child class in which toddlers are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. No Prerequisite.

Preschool Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 3 to 5 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (3 to 5 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.



  • Stage 2: Water Movement (3 to 5 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim assisted for 10 feet.



  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rhythmic breathing, swimming on back, integrated arm and leg action and swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, to glide off then return to the wall, and to swim on front for 20 feet.



  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (3 to 5 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 25 yards unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. 




  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (3 to 5 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.

School Age Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 years to 11 years)
  • Stage 1: Water Acclimation (6 to 11 years)
    Develops comfort with underwater exploration and with safely exiting the pool. No prerequisite.

  • Stage 2: Water Movement (6 to 11 years)
    Focuses on body position and control, directional change and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 15 feet.


  • Stage 3: Water Stamina (6 to 11 years)
    Introduces rotary breathing. Must be able to complete 25 yards with coordinated arm and leg movements on both front and back without stopping. Child should be able to float unassisted and be comfortable gliding under the water from the wall to the flags.


  • Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (6 to 11 years)
    Develops stroke technique in front and back crawl, introduces breaststroke and reinforces water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 50-75 yards (2-3 laps) unassisted and tread water for 30 seconds.

  • Stage 5: Stroke Development (6 to 11 years)
    Continues work on stroke technique, teaches all major competitive strokes and reinforces water safety through treading water and sidestroke. Child should be able to swim front and back crawl for 75-100 yards (3-4 laps), have knowledge of breaststroke, and tread water for 45 seconds. 


  • Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics (6 to 11 years)
    Refines technique on all major competitive strokes, introduces competitive swimming and incorporates swimming into a healthy lifestyle. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 100 yards and have knowledge of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 7: Stroke Endurance (6 to 11 years)
    Improves stroke technique and utilizes longer distance swimming to build endurance. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke for 100 yards with little correction and be able to complete 50 yards of butterfly kick.

  • Stage 8: Stroke Refinement, Starts & Turns (8 to 11 years)
    Explores competitive swimming to include developing swimming strokes and learning how to do starts and flip turns. Child should be able to swim all four competitive strokes for 100 yards with little correction and have basic knowledge of diving.

Special Needs Swim Classes & Programs (Ages 6 to 11 years)

  • Special Needs - Stage 1: Water Acclimation
    For children with moderate to severe neurological, physical or social challenges. Instructor teaches students how to swim and provides guidance on in-water exercises. Adult must accompany the child in the water.

Safety Around Water (Ages 3 to 10 years)
Knowing how to swim is not a luxury; it is a necessity. The YMCA’s free Safety Around Water swim program (held in May during Water Safety Month) can help you make sure your children learn essential water safety skills, which can open up a world of possibilities for them to satisfy their curiosity safely.

Learn more about the Safety Around Water Program
Swim the Seas
Join our 8-week Swim the Seas Program from October 23 – December 17 and challenge yourself to a virtual swim across the English Channel. Swim at Bridgewater YMCA and Somerville YMCA as often as you like, anywhere from 2 to 40+ miles, to achieve your own personal goal. Log your swims and total mileage, which will be posted weekly. Most of all, have fun!

To participate, complete the Fall 2017 Swim the Seas registration form and return to the Aquatics Director. Check the schedule for open swim times.

For more information, please contact Barb Adam via webmail or at 908 526 0688.

For more information about our Aquatics program, please contact:

Bridgewater YMCA & Somerville YMCA: Christina Huang via webmail or phone: 908 722 4567 x625.

Hillsborough YMCA programs: Lisa Slover via webmail or phone: 908 369 0490.

Somerset Hills YMCA programs: Duke Munzer via webmail or phone: 908 766 7898 x518.