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Results in WEEKS, Not YEARS!

Announcing NEW 15 Min. Private Lessons plus Extra Water Time After Lesson!

Welcome to French Valley Swim Academy

The leading cause of childhood non-auto accidental death in California is Drowning. Let’s work hard to spread the word that drowning is a preventable death.

French Valley Swim Academy is an Elite Swim Program for kids that teaches swimming and survival floating. When combined together we call this life saving sequence swim, float, swim. Survival swimming is the ability to float and breathe, regardless of the water’s depth, for an indefinite period of time. Conventional swim programs are more concerned with your child being comfortable in the water thus taking years to produce a swimmer. At French Valley Swim Academy we empower your child with the skills needed to safely enjoy the water in a matter of weeks!

French Valley Swim Academy has a solid reputation in the local community for providing the highest quality lessons available. Our teachers are carefully chosen and extensively trained and certified through the Nationally recognized Smart Fish Academy. We believe love and understanding within a structured, innovative environment will produce a safe, happy swimmer. Our loving teachers truly believe that each child is an individual. Therefore, we strive to personalize the instruction to fit each student’s special needs and abilities.


  • Teaching kids to swim since 2008
  • Red Cross WSI (Water Safety Instructor) Certified
  • Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certified
  • Intensive Infant Aquatics Certification
  • Principle Instructor – Child Drowning Prevention & Infant Aquatics
  • Infant Aquatics Stroke Specialist

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