(740) 454-4767

NEW Hours of Operation  

Monday-Friday:  5:00am-9:00pm 

Saturday-Sunday:  7:00am-7:00pm


1425 Newark Rd., Zanesville OH

At the MRC, we currently offer Saturday Swim Lessons and Private Swim Lessons. View details below, and feel free to call us with any questions you may have.


CURRENT SESSION DETAILS: May 1 – June 25, 2017

Time/Lesson Ages Instuctor
Junior Swim Team 6 & older Molly
Adult Lesson 13 & over Libby
101 3—6 years Sarah
101 3—6 years TBA
102 7—12 years Molly
9:30-10:00 am    
101 3—6 years Sarah
102 7—12 years Molly
Parent & Me 6 months—2 years TBA
10:00-10:30 am    
101 3—6 years Sarah
201 3—6 years Molly
Parent & Me 6 months—2 years TBA
10:30-11:00 am    
101 3—6 years Sarah
301/302 3—12 years Molly
102 7—12 years TBA


What level should my child be in?

Parent and Me (ages 6 months-2years) – Young children in this level will learn how to be comfortable in the water, blow bubbles, get the face wet, kick their feet, and float.  Instructors use songs, games, and toys to engage children and make learning how to swim fun.  Children must be accompanied by an adult who is able to support themselves and the child in the water.

Swim 101 (ages 3-6) and 102 (ages 7-12) – This level is intended for beginning swimmers.  Swim 101 focuses on water acclimation and the basics of swimming.  Instructors will use songs and games to teach skills like getting the face wet, jumping in and returning to the side, swimming on the front and back with a noodle, and floating.  In 102 instructors will use noodles, kickboards, and foam barbells to teach participants how to kick and swim on the front and back, rotary breathing (breathing to the side), floating, jumping, and diving.  

Swim 201 (ages 3-6) and 202 (ages 7-12) – Novice swimmers in this level need to be able to swim 20 feet on their front and back.  This level focuses on the beginning stages of breaststroke and butterfly while reinforcing freestyle and backstroke skills.  Swimmers in this level are comfortable with getting their faces wet and swimming unassisted for short distances.

Swim 301 (ages 3-6) and 302 (ages 7-12) – In this advanced level, swimmers must be able to swim all four strokes (freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly) unassisted for 25 yards. Participants will build on the four strokes and learn new skills to prepare them for swim team.  They will learn how to perform a flip turn and an open turn, dive from the starting blocks, and streamline.  Swimmers in this level will also learn more about water safety and how to help someone in trouble by using a reaching and throwing assist.