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Aquatics

Welcome the Aquatics Department at the Greater Pittston YMCA. Our focus is on water safety and enjoying your time in and around the water. Our Aquatic programming teaches kids and adults the proper ways to swim, exercise and play whether by yourself or enjoying the compnay of a group of people. Our Aquatic Center is equiped with a indoor heated pool with handicap accessability. We offer swim lessons, water aerobics and free swim all year around. Come dive in!


How to select a swim lesson?

Aquatics Master Schedule (Updated 6/26/18)

The Aquatic Department is under the direction of Andrew Ametrano, Aquatic Director and can be reached at 570-655-2255 ext.106 or aametrano@greaterpittstonymca.org.

New, Improved Swim Lessons

  • Small instructor-to-student ratios
  • Classes feature more time in the water and time for instruction
  • Parent/Child classes feature a skill-based model for introductory to advanced levels
  • Achievement Log tracks a student's progress as swimming skills are mastered

Swim Lesson Levels

SPECIALIZED CLASSES

Youth Stroke Clinic
This clinic is designed for current swim team level swimmers. This clinic will focus on stroke development, starts, turns, and conditioning.

Adult Beginner/Intermediate
This class for adults who are comfortable in the water and who would like to work on stroke development and endurance. It is perfect for those who have limited swimming skills and who would like to improve their techniques.

**PLEASE NOTE: Enrollment Minimum Low enrollment classes may be subject to cancellation.
Refunds and Make-up Classes We do not offer refunds or make-up classes for missed lessons. Credit towards another aquatic program can be issued for illness only, and must be accompanied by a physician’s note.

Registration for any program opens to members of the Y three weeks prior to first date of a session; one week for the general public. Registration will close two days prior to frist date of a session.

HOW TO SELECT A SWIM LESSON