SwimLabs Swim School - The Woodlands
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Q. How do I sign up for Group Lessons or ParentTot Lessons?

A. Please call SwimLabs to sign up for Group Lessons and ParentTot so we can make sure your swimmer is placed in the correct class.

Q. What do I need to bring to my lesson?

A. Please bring a towel, goggles, cap or hair tie (for swimmers with long hair), and a swimsuit. All of these items are available to purchase at SwimLabs. SwimTot swimmers and swimmers who are not potty-trained, are required to wear an approved waterproof diaper.

Q. Do you offer make-ups for missed classes?

A. SwimLabs does not offer make-up classes for missed group lessons. Over the years we have found that there are more complaints about the actual make-up class itself than if there were no make-ups at all. In other words, in order to maintain high standards for our weekly classes and our obligation to retain the integrity of the structure in which we teach, we no longer offer make-up classes for missed lessons.

Q. Do I get a discount for multiple children?

A. We do not offer a discount for multiple children but we do offer a referral discount when someone mentions your name upon registration. Additionally, the one-time $25 registration fee covers the entire family and is not charged per swimmer.

Q. Are these the only pools you have?

A. Yes, we teach in the SwimLabs Pools because they are warm-water pools built with benches that go all around the perimeter and have a maximum depth of 3 ½ feet. This means that all of our lessons, whether private or group, take place in a small space with no more than four participants in the pool. Another important feature of our pools is the bar mounted at the front of each pool, directly in the path of the current. The bar creates a stationary position in the pool that we use at every level of our lessons, from beginning students with fears of the water, to our competitive stroke analysis sessions. Like our other technique building tools, the bar allows us to isolate different swimming techniques in a controlled environment. We have created the 100 Stroke Club that we use to benchmark measurement for swimming in a standard 25 yard pool.

Q. How do I stop or suspend my Auto Pay?

To withdraw from lessons, log in to your account via the customer portal on the SwimLabs Swim School website (www.swimlabs.com) and complete the withdraw option for your student. For the protection of our customers, withdrawing via the customer portal is the only valid means of signaling your desire to withdraw. Verbal or email withdrawal notifications are not valid. In order to avoid being charged for the next month of lessons, you must withdraw your student on or before the 15th of each month. If you submit a withdrawal form between the 15th and the 24th, we can remove your student/students from lessons with a $30 per person late withdrawal fee. Withdrawals that are submitted between the 25th and the end of the month can be removed from lessons and we will refund 50% off your tuition with no late withdrawal fee. Withdrawals submitted between the 1st and 7th for the same month can be removed from lessons and we will refund 25% of their tuition with no late withdrawal fee. Withdrawals submitted after the 7th for the same month there will be no refund.

Q. Can I sign my child up to take group classes only every other week?

A. Group classes must be once a week because we have designed our program to work the best when we see swimmers on a consistent once-a-week basis.

Q. What is your cancellation policy for Private Lessons?

A. SwimLabs requires 24-hour notice for private lessons cancellations. Group lessons require notice by the 15th of the month prior to stopping lessons.

Q. I took my child to a big pool and he/she is scared to swim – How can I help them?

A. The first time you take your child to a big pool, be reasonable with your expectations. The big pool is a new environment that is different from SwimLabs – cooler deeper water, a less controlled environment and more things happening can contribute to a lack of motivation for your child to show off their swimming skills. Don’t force them to swim, let them choose – if you’ve seen their swimming at SwimLabs, trust that they will show you their strokes when they are ready. Get in the water with them and make sure they have a good time  and are comfortable in this new environment – once they are comfortable they will want to show off what they can do.


Safer, stronger and faster swimmers start in the lab.