Aqua Center of Syracuse
1180 Chestnut, PO Box F
Syracuse, NE 68446
Phone – 402-269-2601×2
AquaCenter Hours & Details
HOURS FOR PUBLIC SWIM
Sunday-Friday – 1:00-5:00 p.m. & 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Saturday – 1:00-6:00 p.m.
HOURS FOR PUBLIC SWIM AFTER AUGUST 17TH
Monday-Friday – 4:00-6:00pm
Saturday-Sunday – 1:00-6:00pm
Lap Swim: $1.50 per visit or pool pass. Sun.-Fri. 5-6 p.m. and Mon.-Fri. 12:15-1:00 p.m. Kickboards will be available.
POOL PARTIES can be booked Saturday’s from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m. $150 flat rate. Contact Shayna Murrell for more information – 402-269-2601
Pool passes will be available for purchase at the AquaCenter as of May 26th.
Family Pass – $100.00
Individual Pass – $65.00
10 Punch Pass – $28.00
Daily Pass – $3.00
Information to be announced.
Please check back later.
Aqua Lessons $30.00.
1 class consists of 5-1/2 hour sessions.
Class size is limited to ensure quality instruction for your child!! In scheduling lessons, remember our pool is heated. We may add or change classes upon demand!!
Payment will need to be made 10 days prior to first class to guarantee your spot.
TO SIGN UP…
Please Contact Shayna at Syracuse Parks and Rec at 402-269-2601 x2 or Click Here to Email her. Deadline for registration to be announced.
Aqua Lessons – Classes & Descriptions
Aqua Babies: 1-2 years old
You swim with your child or pay $30 extra to get a lifeguard to be with your child the whole time. Bubbles are used with participants. Learn to control bubble through games and laps. If the child is young, they may need to go through this class more than once. Zero depth and shallow water.
Level 1 Exploring the Water: Ages Vary
Bubble may be used. Begin floating and kicking with and without support. Shallow water. Start this class after kindergarten.
Level 3 Stroke Readiness: Ages Vary
Arm and leg actions with strokes. Treading water. Class is in 5 feet of water.
Level 5 Stroke Refinement: Ages Vary
Demonstrate all strokes for length of pool. Diving from boards. Deep end.
Aqua Kids: 3, 4, and 5 year olds
(3 groups by age)
Bubbles are used with participants. Control bubble and start letting air out. If the child is young, they may need to go through this class more than once. Child must be able to swim width of pool with minimal bubble before moving to level 1. Zero depth and shallow water. Parents may be asked to help in case the need arises, but not get in the water.
Level 2 Primary Water Skills: Ages Vary
Submerging and holding breath. Floating and kicking without support. Shallow water.
Level 4 Stroke Development: Ages Vary
Demonstrate all strokes for width of pool. Diving. Deep end.
Level 6 Skills Proficiency: Ages Vary
Prolonged swimming exercises with all strokes. Various dives. Deep end.