Little Swimmers staff is all American Red Cross certified. The Red Cross is the nation’s leading provider of health and safety courses, such as CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard training.
Little Swimmers was founded by two Miami Dade Firefighters, Little Swimmers works closely with MDFR and the DCFBA (Dade County Fireman’s Benevolent Association) by providing support during charity events and sponsorships.
Little Swimmers is a Community Partner of West Kendall Baptist Hospital. We work together to create, plan and provide outstanding services in the community and spread awareness about water safety.
Little Swimmers is a member of the Safer3 Water Safety Foundation in an effort to assist in the education of the importance of water safety throughout the community.
Little Swimmers has been a member of the USSSA for over 15 years, the foremost association of quality swim schools in the US and worldwide.
Little Swimmers is a member of this organization which helps provide education and information on drowning prevention to parents, businesses, and members of the community.
Proud Member of the Down Syndrome Association of Miami, an organization for parents and community members to meet, share experiences, and get information about Down syndrome in Miami-Dade County
Proud Member of Autism Speaks, which is dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism, increasing awareness, and advocating for affected individuals and their families.
Little Swimmers is a Community Partner with Kyan’s Kause, a local non-profit organization dedicated to educating children, parents, businesses, and community members about the importance of water safety.
Little Swimmers is a Community Partner with Ozzie’s Angels Foundation, which promotes boating safety and helps families who financially can’t afford to pay for their child’s swimming lessons.
Call one of our locations to schedule a lesson!
In order to provide the best possible service, Swimming Lessons are scheduled over the phone – Monday through Friday between 9 am-7:30 pm. Call us for more information!
If you would like to schedule a home lesson, please call the location closest to your home and let our staff member know you would like an instructor to come to your home.
What happens if my child is sick?
Call our office in advance to let us know that your child will not be able to attend their lesson. Missed lessons due to illness will be rescheduled if proper documentation from your doctor is given. Your instructor will determine the best time and day in which to give a make-up lesson.
What time should I arrive for my lesson?
Please arrive at our facility 15 to 25 minutes prior to your scheduled lesson. This will allow you time to finish dressing your child, apply sunblock, use restroom etc.
What happens if I’m late for my lesson?
Please call our office to let us know you are running late. Unfortunately, there are no make-ups for the time lost. Your lesson will begin immediately upon your arrival. Please keep in mind that the instructor will have another lesson immediately after your lesson.
In order to provide the best possible service, all lessons are scheduled over the phone – Monday through Friday any time between 9 am – 7:30 pm. Just call the location you’d like to attend and we’ll help you schedule your next lesson!
If you’re unable to reach us during operating hours, leave us a message with your information and we’ll try to get back to you as soon as we can!