WE ARE OPEN!!!
We have made the decision to keep the Art Studio closed through the rest of 2020. We will reopen the art studio for Session #1 2021 on January 4th. Registration for that session will be November 23rd-December 8th (during the swim school normal business hours). Please call 732-288-9277 for class options and an appointment time for paperwork and payment.
We will be CLOSED December 10th - January 3rd. We will be reopening on Monday, January 4th for the 1st session of 2020!Again, this is our current plan and obviously can be altered or changed based on the rules, regulations, and shut down restrictions set in place at that time. We miss you all and look forward to being back in the pool with you all soon!
Reduce the risk of drowning and make sure your little one is prepared in a pool emergency by signing your child up for swim classes in Toms River, NJ. Pied Piper Swim School is a family owned and operated saltwater swimming pool facility that's home to knowledgeable teachers who hold Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certifications.
Over the past 26 years, we've helped numerous children as young as six months learn to swim. Call 732-288-9292 now to sign up for classes. Pied Piper Swim School in Toms River also hosts Creative Connections, an art program taught by Jamie Madden, a professor with over two decades of experience.
Your child will learn how to get their feet wet in a safe environment in a small group setting. We focus on personalized training that delivers results. The instructors at Pied Piper Swim School are a husband-and-wife team, and the manager is their daughter. All are WSI certified and hold their lifeguard, CPR, and first aid certifications through the American Red Cross.
Teaching your child how to swim will improve their:
Pied Piper Swim School is a trusted resource for effective swimming lessons and engaging art classes in the Toms River, NJ area. Enroll your child in swim or art classes today.
Your child will be in class with the same instructor and the same group of children over a six- or eight-week period that will help develop a comfort level that will allow our routine training to take hold. They'll cultivate the skills they need so they'll never be a fish out of water.