Swimming Pool

Make a splash! Water is the leading edge in fitness across the US, and it's available right here. Infants, school age children, healthy adults, seniors and individuals with disabilities can all perform well in water. The JCC's professional aquatics staff offers classes for all age groups and skill levels. Membership at the JCC includes use of our 25-meter, six-lane, 3½-foot-deep to 4½-foot-deep indoor pool. For those who prefer to swim on their own, lap lanes are open at most times throughout the day. However, during peak usage, especially Sunday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., only one lane may be available.

Browse early childhood swimming classes for ages birth-5

Browse youth swimming classes for grades K-5

Browse adult aquatics classes

Click here to view the pool schedule.

Click here to meet our swim instructors. 
 



Aquatics Rollover Registration Policy
 
If you are already enrolled in a class at the JCC and want to rollover to the next class in the next semester, even if you are a non-member, you can do so once member registration has begun. Member registration for the next semester will begin during the final weeks of each current semester. Fees are subject to change based on the number of sessions in the current semester.

For more information, contact Daniel Servelli, Director of Aquatics at 203.487.0990 or dservelli@stamfordjcc.org.

 


 

Refund Policy
Due to high demand and limited spots for swim lessons, the JCC refund policy will be enforced strictly. Refunds, credits or make-up classes for unscheduled absences cannot be accommodated. For absences due to serious illness/injury (doctor’s note required) or absences known at least one week in advance, we will make every effort to schedule make-up classes. Placement in make-up classes is based on the schedule of comparable classes and their availability.

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