In the Great Lakes state, the ability to swim is essential for anyone who wishes to enjoy the natural resources our beautiful state has to offer. Kent City has a long history of teaching children the enjoyment that comes along with swimming dating back to swim lessons at Half Moon Lake. Then, in 1975, Kent City built a brand new high school that included a pool, which to this day, remains the only public pool in the area. Over the years, thousands of children have learned to swim at the Kent City Pool. We are carrying on with this service to our community offering swim lessons for a wide-spectrum of ages from infants to adults.
To view our Swim Lessons for the Summer of 2018, use the following link:
To view our Swim Lesson Course Catalogue & Pricing, use the following link:
There are several ways to enroll in upcoming lessons:
- Call the Kent City High School Office at (616) 678-4210 during office hours.
- Email the Kent City Pool at email@example.com.
- Or enroll online through the Cedar Springs Parks and Recreation by visiting their website: http://www.csaparksandrec.com/. This will allow you to pay with a credit card.
When enrolling directly through Kent City Community Schools, please make all checks out to Kent City Community Schools.
We are pleased to be partnered with the USA Swimming Foundation's Make a Splash program which is aimed at saving children's lives through swim lessons. The goal of Make a Splash is to raise awareness on the importance of learning to swim and to help families find local swim lessons for their children. Make a Splash is working to enroll 1 million children in swim lessons in 2018! To find out more about the USA Swimming Foundation's Make a Splash program, click on the logo below.
The Kent City Pool also supports the National Drowing Prevention Alliance (NDPA). The NDPA is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. They rely on your support to help spread the word about water safety and drowning prevention. To find out more about the NDPA, click on the logo below.