North Hills Community Swim Program Registration Tuesday

All swim program activities will be held in the North Hills Senior High School pool.

Registration for the North Hills Community Swim Program will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the North Hills Junior High School large group instruction room. Registration will be conducted on a first come, first serve basis. 

The North Hills School District offers a community swim program including swimming and diving lessons for children and adults, community open swims, aqua aerobics and lifeguarding classes.

Children’s lessons will be held on Saturdays beginning Feb. 16. Adult lessons are scheduled for Monday evenings beginning Feb. 11.

The North Hills School District community swim program follows the American Red Cross certification program and offers instruction for preschoolers through level VI. The cost is $50 for swimming and beginning diving lessons. Advanced diving is offered for $125.

Aqua aerobics will be offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:15 to 8 p.m. starting Feb. 12 and 14.  Participants can choose between one class per week for $30 or two classes per week for $50.

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A prerequisite swim test will be held on Feb. 13 at 7:15 p.m. for the lifeguarding classes that will begin on Feb. 20.

Community open swims will be held through May 31 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $4 for students and $5 per adult.

Adult open swim will be held on Mondays, all ages open swim will be held on Wednesdays and family open swim will be held on Fridays. All open swims are canceled, if North Hills School District is closed.

All swim program activities will be held in the North Hills Senior High School pool. For more information, contact the Athletics and Activities Office at 412-318-1437 or email North Hills Community Swim Director Cathy Fodor at fodorc@nhsd.net.

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KMul February 05, 2013 at 03:26 PM
I had my daughter in 1 class at North Hills years ago when she was 3 and the pool was always freezing (I took water aerobics at the same time, so was also in the water and it was COLD.) Her lips were always blue at the end of the 30 minutes. When she was 4, they laughed when we got to registration because the class had filled hours before. I have since taken both of my children to the Sewickley YMCA and have never looked back. The cost is about double but class sizes are extremely small and I have been very happy with their program. For kids under 5 (or so), classes are held in the warm water therapeutic pool. NICE!!!
Darci Faiello February 05, 2013 at 06:42 PM
Scott, who was your instructor that you would highly recommend that passed away? I only ask because my favorite instructor passed away as well.
Darci Faiello February 05, 2013 at 06:43 PM
KFS, I believe both places had evening classes as well as weekend classes. Hopefully you can find one that works!
Darci Faiello February 05, 2013 at 06:44 PM
KMul, Thanks for the suggestion on the Sewickley Y....may have to see when their classes are scheduled.
kfs February 07, 2013 at 04:13 PM
There was a comment that disappeared from Nancy Jo, maybe she deleted it. But I felt bad. I know the NH program works well for many. I know lots of families who like it and sign up year after year. I would never tell anyone not to use the program, but if you asked me if I would go back, I would have to say most likely not. Unfortunately my sessions, like Darci's, were filled with long breaks for Easter followed by several closures due to glass and other incidents that closed the pool. I know this is not the norm. But with that being said, it was not a positive enough experience that I would leave work 2 hours early to go sit in line to get a time slot. My family will continue to support NH any way we can. We will just look elsewhere for swim lessons.


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