Test Your Red Cross Skill Level
with our Skills Checklist

Complete our skills checklist based on the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim 6-Level Program. Find out what level you should begin at and what particular skills you need to work on or improve.

Instructions: Skim the entire form first and skip sections that you know you have mastered. Then begin checking off skills that you can do. When you get to a point where you can't check any more boxes, that is approximately the level that you should begin your lessons.

For example: Most adults can skip Levels 1-2 and begin checking boxes at Level 3. If you check all of Levels 3 and 4 and only 2 boxes from Level 5, you should start at Level 5.

(Remember: this is only meant to give an approximate idea of your level for people who have never taken formal swimming lessons before)

Skill Level Checklist

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.


Private swimming lessons at home

Here are some real testimonials from past clients:

Christine writes,"I couldn't have asked for a better swim teacher for my son. My instructor was low-key, always positive and made my son feel comfortable even with his fear of the water. I recommend her highly.”

Sandy writes,“I was extremely pleased with the level of expertise by the instructor. My granddaughter is somewhat timid in the water and doesn't like to try new things. Our instructor was encouraging, knowledgeable and persistent. She got my granddaughter to try things I was amazed at. She is certainly an exceptional swimming instructor, especially for children.”

Shanna writes, “YourSwimmingSpace.com was great! They are very well prepared and professional! Well worth the money!”

For more testimonials, click here...

To Sign up for Swimming Lessons, CLICK HERE!