The Sea Turtle Swim School

Due to unexpected construction issues, our program is now closed until January 2018.

Our family of instructors here at the Sea Turtle Swim School are looking forward to sharing the new facility and new program updates with you in the near year. As always, we appreciate your continued support and can't wait to see all of you when we return.

-The Sea Turtle Swim School

Our School

The Sea Turtle Swim School Program is a year-round program that offers swimming lessons for adults and children (3 years and up), water aerobics, open and lap swimming hours as well as women-only lessons and open swim. We are located in Dearborn Heights, Michigan at the Crestwood High School.  We pride ourselves on having small class sizes and the ability to individualize our lessons to fit each student as an individual learner. We offer swimming lessons and aquatic activities for the families of our community and surrounding. We thank you for your continued support.
Swim Lessons

Our Vision

The Sea Turtle Swim School is proud to offer small class sizes(1 instructor per 4-5 students). This allows each instructor to provide more individualized and quality small group instruction. We start our lessons for children at age 3. Along with small class sizes, each student will have an opportunity to spend valuable one-on-one time with their instructor after each class. Our swim lesson curriculum has recently been updated. New levels have been developed to provide a more thorough and quality swim lesson program. Our goal is to provide a positive environment for our students’ to excel in the fundamentals of swimming, stroke technique, and water safety.
Current Schedule

Children's swim lessons require in-person registration. Classes are limited to 4-5 students per class. Please make sure you arrive early in order to increase your changes of enrollment.

 If you are interested in women-only lessons feel free to register via telephone or email.

Crestwood Swimming Program,
Mar 8, 2017, 8:46 AM
Crestwood Swimming Program,
Mar 12, 2015, 12:02 PM