Swim Lessons



Looking for help teaching your kids how to swim? Regardless if your child's ability, Robin Hood's got you covered! We offer lessons for children aged 3 and older, members and nonmembers, that teaches the to feel confident in the water. Each two-week session includes eight 30-minute classes, morning and afternoon sessions are available.

Pre-Beginner Beginner Advanced Beginner
A beginner is a child without much experience in the water. Their sessions would be focused on putting their face in the water, floating, blowing
bubbles, beginning to kick, etc.
A swim beginner has some experience in the water, is comfortable putting their face in the water, but does not know how to swim quite yet. Their lessons will be focused on kicking with a board, learning to pull, breathing while they swim, and learning to swim. This is for kids who know how to swim, but aren't ready for the team (maybe they can't quite make it half way across the pool). These lessons will focus on stroke fundamentals, completing a length of the pool, and preparing them to be confident swimmers.
  Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Registration Deadline June 14 June 28 July 12
Session Dates:      
Week 1 June 19 - 23 July 3 - 7 July 17 - 21
Week 2 June 26 - 30 July 10 - 14 July 24 - 28

Note: In case of inclement weather, check the Robin Hood Swim Club Facebook page or call Robin Hood at 301-­384-­9732  30 minutes before your lesson time to check for cancellation.

The registration deadline for lessons is the Wednesday before the start of the new session. Classes are organized once registration forms are received, and parents will be notified via email, of their child’s class time. An assessment takes place on the first day of class.

Registration can be completed on the form below. After submission you will be redirected to our online store for payment. Your child's  registration is not complete until payment has been received.

The cost per session is $100 for members, and $125 for non-members.


While your child is in lesson, you will be asked to observe from the grassy area. For safety reasons, non-swimmers must stay off the pool deck before 11 a.m. The baby pool also is off limits at that time.


After the end of your lesson the pool and its facilities are for Robin Hood members only. For liability reasons, non­member swim students are allowed in the water only under supervision of their swim instructor during their class time. Students cannnot remain in the water to play after their lesson. Nonmembers may exit and re-enter the pool area as guests of a member accompanying them by paying at the front desk. Or, even better, we would LOVE our nonmembers to become members, which they can do by registering online or at the front desk.