Spring Session Enrollment Now Available!

Spring Session Swim Class Enrollment 2023

Spring Session Swim Class Enrollment 2023

Our spring session enrollment begins in the new year. Spring is the best time of year to get your children ready for summer swimming. With our 15 week spring session you will see a lot of growth in your child’s swimming ability. Sign up as soon as you can to get your preferred day and time.

Here is our priority schedule:

  • Winter Students – 1/1/23
    • Online only for 1/1. We will be back in the office 1/2 to take phone calls
  • Everyone Else – 1/9/23

Yesterday’s Emergency Closure 11/7/22 – Car Fire

Yesterday’s Emergency Closure 11/7/22 – Car Fire

Dear Swim-in Zone Families,

Yesterday we experienced a car fire outside of our facility. We are happy to let you know that everyone is safe and there was no damage to the facility. We are grateful and humbled by our team’s professional and instant response to try and extinguish this fire.

Thank you to both Upper and Lower Saucon Fire Companies and their crews for their response and controlling the fire.

We understand this may have been unsettling for you and your children. We know from experience that a difficult experience can linger into future classes and activities. This is normal and expected. We have found it most helpful to the child’s learning and continued progress to resume lessons sooner, reestablishing their routine and schedule. This helps them work through fear and anxiety, rather than providing the time and opportunity for rumination. We have issued a make-up for each of today’s swimmers and encourage you to schedule them this week.

We again commend the Swim-in Zone team members on their instincts, response, and action. This is their training, professionalism, care, and dedication at work. It is a privilege for us to have them as our colleagues.

Please call (610) 625-4848 or email us to schedule your make-up.


Sue Schuster & the Swim-in Zone Team

Swim-in Water Safety Pledge

Swim-in Water Safety Pledge

May is water safety month and this year we have decided to put together a water safety pledge for you and your children. Summer is coming quickly and it is important to talk to your children about being safe in and around water.

The Pledge

We will have a wall of pledge signers. See our front desk staff to sign the pledge and earn a $1 off our Swim-in Safety Coloring Book. Be on the lookout on our social media for additional safety tips throughout the month.

Spring Session 2022

Spring Session 2022

We will begin enrollment for our spring session starting in the new year. Spring is the only session we do priority enrollment.

Priority Enrollment Schedule

  1. School Year Option Students – You are already enrolled!
    1. If you need or want to change your classes day and time please contact the front desk before the 1/1/22.
  2. Winter Students – Janurary 1st (Online only) through Janrary 6th.
    1. We will be in the office starting Jan. 2nd for registration in-person and over the phone.
    2. Enrollment is available after the 6th as well but your priority is lost.
  3. Previous and New Students – Janurary 7th

When should I register?

We highly recommend registering as soon as you can as our schedule normally fills quickly for the spring session. If you are having difficulty finding what you need, the best option is to give us a call.

When does the spring session start?

Spring session begins Feb. 28th and goes through June 12, 2022.


Pricing is based on how many classes are scheduled.

  • 15 weeks for classes on Tuesday’s-Saturday’s.
  • 14 weeks for classes on Monday’s & Sunday’s.
    • We are closed for Easter & Memorial Day.

We have new monthly pricing available!

If you have any questions, please reach out to our front desk. And thank you for choosing Swim-in Zone!

Water Safety Begins with You, the Parent

Water Safety Begins with You, the Parent

The world is getting closer and closer to normal, and this summer is looking to be the first time in over a year that we get to truly be social and have a sense of normal. I am personally looking forward to getting together outside with friends and have my daughter, Reilly, now 16 months old, meet her extended family and friends. My name is Kevin, and I don’t normally write our monthly blog, but since it is water safety month, and I’m a new parent, I thought I would give it a shot. 

I little bit about myself. I have been a lifeguard since I was 15 and a lifeguard instructor for the Red Cross since I was 16. Now at 33, I have seen I lot in my career and I have learned that it’s more about prevention when it comes to water safety. So, let me take you back a few years and tell you a story from my time as a lifeguard at the Hellertown Pool.

Lifeguarding at the Hellertown pool are some of my favorite memories growing up, as pretty much all my closest friends were lifeguards as well; however, it was not easy by any means. With hundreds of people in your section alone, it was a daunting task. I remember guarding down at the deep end at the slide area. That day there was a family with a little boy who had to be no older than 3. The parents were not paying attention to him as well as they should. Before you know it,  he had walked from the other side of the pool and started climbing the steps to the slide. Luckily, I saw him halfway up and was able to get to him before he slid down. The mother was very grateful, and I hope learned an important lesson about watching her children at the pool.

You see, what most parents don’t understand is just because there is a lifeguard on duty at the pool, that doesn’t mean you don’t have to watch your child. You are the best line of defense for your children. Lifeguards, as well trained as we are, don’t always see it all. So, get in the pool and play and watch the same trick (repeatedly). Your children want you to be in the pool anyway.

If you don’t want to get in the pool, make sure your children are enrolled in swim lessons and know their own limits. And be sure an adult is always watching them. Swim-in Zone has water watcher badges at the entrance. These badges are for an adult to wear while the children are playing in the pool. While wearing the badge, you promise to put everything else aside, the phone & that book you were reading or even the conversation you were having, and just watch the children, so they are safe. These are great for when you are at summer parties. I don’t know how many times I have been at a party and I end up being the lifeguard because no one else is truly watching the children in the pool. I have one final story to leave you with. 

Get yours at the entrance!

A couple of summers ago, my cousin was having a get-together with friends and family (I wasn’t there). They have a pool right outside on their back porch. As the night went on everyone was enjoying the party and all the kids were out of the pool. But his daughter saw a toy in the water and was reaching for it and slipped into the pool. She didn’t know how to swim and sunk to the bottom. You see, drowning is silent, especially with small children. No one heard her go in and no one saw her either. Until my cousin finally saw her at the bottom. He dove in and got her out. She came up coughing, but was, fortunately, okay. When he got out of the pool, he asked everyone who was watching her?! 

At parties, you think there is enough people around that someone will see or hear something. But that isn’t always the case. That is why you must make sure someone is always watching the pool, even if the kids have left the area and the party is winding down. 

I want to take some time to leave you with a few additional things if you have a home pool:

  • If a child is missing, check the pool first!
  • Install a pool isolation fence
    • It should be at least 4ft high with a self-latching gate
  • Install alarms on the doors leading to the pool and even in the pool
    • They make water surface alarms that go off if something disturbs the surface of the water
  • Learn the signs of drowning and learn CPR 
  • Enjoy the water with your child. Get in there, play games, and just be a kid again too!