Summer Aquatics Program

The Chino Hills Community Services Department Summer Aquatics program offers group and private swim lessons during the summer time at two of our local high school pools. All City of Chino Hills Swim Instructors are Red Cross certified in CPR, First Aid, Lifeguard Training, and Water Safety Training. This is a Summer only program. 

Please take a moment to take our 2019 Aquatics Survey.

Registration Process

Registration:

  • Online
  • Chino Hills Community Center, 14250 Peyton Drive
  • Chino Hills City Hall- Recreation Counter, 14000 City Center Drive

Registration Dates:

Early Bird Registration- May 2, 2020 (Chino Hills Residents ONLY and during only during event time)
Resident Registration- May 6, 2020
Non-Resident Registration- May 13, 2020

More information regarding fees, locations, and times will be posted in April 2020.

Session Dates:

Week 1- June 8- 12
Week 2- June 15-19
Week 3- June 22-26
Week 4- June 29- July 3
Week 5- July 6-10
Week 6- July 13-17
Week 7- July 20-24
Week 8- July 27-31

Swim Lessons

Group Swim Lessons

Our one-week group swim lessons teach kids how to have fun in and around the pool while learning stroke development, basic swimming skills, and water safety. Group lessons meet 5 times for 45 minutes per class, with 4-6 students per instructor. 

Ages: 3-15 years

Private Swim Lessons

Our private swim lessons offer one week of one-on-one swim instruction that is individualized for each participant based on their skill level. Private Swim lessons meet 5 times for 30 minutes per class.

Ages: 3+ years

Policies

All children must be 100% potty trained before the start of class. 

Refund Policy

All refund requests MUST be submitted in writing and turned in 10 business days prior to the week you are cancelling. Refunds will be granted if your spot can be filled with someone on the waitlist and a refund request form is completed and submitted to the Chino Hills Community Center.

Waitlist Procedure

Due to the volume of swim lesson participants, if you are already enrolled in a class, you will not be called from the waitlist for another class in the same session.

Pool Closure

If an incident should occur that causes a pool closure, the City will give a pro-rated credit to all household accounts per participant.

For more information, check out our program flyer in the Summer Recreation Guide mailing out to residents the first week in May 2019.