Quality Year Round Swim Lessons
Six Great New Jersey Locations
Brooklake Country Club
139 Brooklake Road – Florham Park, NJ 07932
Lakeside – Roxbury
143 Lakeside Blvd. – Landing, NJ 07850
at The Atlantic Club
1904 Atlantic Avenue – Manasquan, NJ 08736
350 Sparta Avenue – Sparta, NJ 07871
217 Mountain View Rd – Warren, NJ 07059
The developmental approach to swimming starts with water babies at age 3 months. The program then offers a variety of safety swim lessons for preschoolers, developmental stroke technique for youths and continues to advanced stroke mechanics and swim team prep.
Students enrolled in Njswim will be led through a series of safety skills that are designed to enhance the aquatic experience and instill self-confidence in a safe and positive atmosphere.
- Private and Small Group Classes
- Warm Comfortable Water
- Highly-Trained Swimming Teachers
- Effective Skill Level Progression
- Water Safety Skills Training
- Positive Learning Experience
- Family Friendly Environment
Learn to Float – Learn to Swim
The Njswim Learn to Float Philosophy is a nationally recognized teaching curriculum that promotes balance and buoyancy in the water.
We understand that every child is different and take a gentle approach in our swimming lessons. Warm water and small classes provide a safe, intimate, and unique learning experience.
Effective skill progression for each level:
Makes Learning to Swim Fun!
We don’t have employees – We have a Team because that’s how we work to create the right learning environment every day at every location.
We don’t have customers – We have Njswim Family Members because everyone matters, and everyone should feel a sense of belonging.
We don’t have instructors – We have Swim Teachers because we take a gentler, nurturing approach with the understanding that each child is different.
Read What Our Families Have to Say…
Water Safety in Public Education
Njswim Schools and the Stop Drowning Now organization are actively trying to make a difference by working to require a water safety curriculum in NJ schools.
Assemblyman Sean Kean issued the following statement on the importance of swim lessons and drowning prevention in New Jersey public schools:
“I believe that swim lessons are critical and can help to save lives. That is why I sponsored legislation, A-362, to teach water safety in schools with the idea that the lessons may eventually include in-water instruction.”
Asm. Sean Kean also stated the necessity for swim lessons to be considered an essential service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Oehme, owner and founder of Njswim, has been teaching swimming and water safety for over 25 years. He believes that drowning is preventable if the right resources are provided to reduce the risks.