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Colorado Springs Swim Lessons

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Full Armour Swim Team offers high quality, affordable swim lessons in Colorado Springs with small class sizes. You choose your schedule and you can change your time and day as often as you want so you aren't locked in to a specific day or time. We believe that it is important that all youth in Colorado Springs are able to afford quality swim lessons. Our swim lessons location is centrally located in Colorado Springs near Academy and Union. Kids Swimming Lessons available Kids age 3 to 12, Parent Child Swim Lessons (1to 3 Years Old), Teen Swim Lessons (13-16), and Adult Swim Lessons (16 to 100).

Signup for 1,2,3 or 4x per week and select your days each week. Perfectly designed so you can fit such a valuable life skill in to your busy schedule.
All Swim Lessons will take place at Full Armour Training Center:
2380 Montebello Dr W, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
We hope that you will join us for a free trial swim lesson and find out the Full Armour Difference.


Colorado Springs Swim Lesson Schedule


9:30, 10:00, 10:30am

5:00, 5:30, 6:00pm


9:30, 10:00, 10:30am

5:00, 5:30, 6:00pm


9:30, 10:00, 10:30am


9:30, 10:00, 10:30am

5:00, 5:30, 6:00pm


10:00, 10:30, 11:00am

Group Swim Lesson Pricing

1 Lesson Per Week                 $60
2 Lessons Per Week                $110
3 Lessons Per Week               $155
4 Lessons Per Week               $195


Swim Lesson Pricing
Private Swim Lessons
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Private Swim Lesson Pricing

4 Private Swim Lessons Package


8 Private Swim Lessons Package


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5 Reasons To Enroll

Reasons to Enroll in Swim Lessons



Playing in the water is FUN! When your family knows how to swim, it opens up opportunities for your family whether it be water parks, the ocean, the lake or even the bathtub! Water is all around us, knowing how to be safe in and around it is critical. There is no better way to learn than swim lessons that have an emphasis in water safety.



Accidental drowning is the #1 Cause of Unintentional Death in children ages 1-4 years old, resulting is 27% of fatalities. In children age 5-9 years old drowning is responsible for 13% of deaths. Even as they grow up, 10% of unintentional deaths are caused by drowning for kids aged 10-14.

The only way to prevent these deaths are to make sure that children know what the rules are in and around water, and know how to get to safety if they were to fall into a pool or body of water. Swim lessons are the most ideal way to teach kids how to swim.



Swimming is a lifelong activity and can lead to a child expanding their options when it comes to sports and activities. Colorado Springs Swim School is partnered with Full Armour Swim Team. Just because a child has finished swim lessons, does not mean they have to stop swimming. They can compete in swim meets, try diving, scuba, water polo, and much more. Swim Team can be an enjoyable activity that promotes teamwork, camaraderie, personal achievement and a healthy lifestyle.



Water is FUN. When kids know how to be safe around water. The pool and natural bodies of water become playgrounds. Every kid remembers their time at the pool in the summer playing Marco Polo or going off the diving board. Our swim lessons are fun and engaging and lead to youth learning the safety skills to swim and play safely in any pool.



All kids prosper when they have the opportunity to develop healthy peer and adult relationships. All of our swim classes and activities take place in a safe environment with qualified, trained instructors.

Our Goal for our Swim Lessons is to Allow Your Child to Develop:

  • A Love For the Water & The Sport Of Swimming

  • Proficient Swimming Technique

  • Water Safety & Survival Techniques

  • Healthy Peer Relationships

  • A Necessary Life Skill That Can Lead to Future Opportunities

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Swim Lessons to Swim Team

Swim Lessons to Swim Team

We consider our swim lesson kids part of the Full Armour family. Our Team has a ranking system similar to that of medieval times. When youth went through years of training to join the knighthood. We start our kids as Pages in our swim lesson programs than they get promoted to Squires (Beginner Swim Team), Commanders (Intermediate Swim Team) and finally Knights (Advanced Swim Team.

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What is a Sea Page?

In Medieval Times, the Page was the first step in becoming a Knight. Kids around age 7 could join the ranks and become a Page. As a Page, kids learned the basics and fundamentals that came along with the job of eventually being a Knight. So too, our program starts our swimmers as Sea Pages. In swim lessons, they will learn the fundamentals and basics required to join the swim team and move up in the ranks. The badge of a Sea Page is a sailboat. With any journey, it is first required that you set sail. In the words of Lau-tzu a famous philosopher, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” More importantly, a boat that does not float is useless. As a Sea Page, kids will learn how to float and propel themselves through the water in

basic form.

What is a Sea Squire?

Once Pages reached a certain point, they were appointed to take on the role of a Squire. As a Squire, kids would fight and train alongside the Knights, where they would prove over time their worthiness to become a Knight.

As our Sea Pages become appointed as Sea Squires, the responsibility and level of training increases. Sea Squires will now gain the endurance required to train and compete for longer durations. The badge of the Sea Squire is the compass, because as swimmers start to gain their confidence, they also start to take responsibility for their training. Sea Squires start to set their goals and learn how to guide themselves toward them. Find out more about our swim team here.

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Requirements for Swim Team

Once Pages are able to complete a full lap of freestyle with proper side breathing and a full lap of backstroke and tread water unassisted. They have completed their swim lesson journey and are ready for swim team! You can schedule a free tryout here.

Swim Lesson Curriculum

Swim Lessons Curriculum

It is not necessary to know your child's swim lesson level during registration. All of our swim classes can acomodate each level.

On the first day of class, our Swim Instructors will conduct a swimming skills assessment to determine your swimmer’s skill ability and continue forward with the curriculum necessary to improve your child's success. 

Level 1

For kids who are afraid of the water, have never taken a swim lesson before, or cannot swim at all.

Our Goals:

  • Get Your Kids Used To The Water

  • Learn Necessary Water Safety Rules

  • Have FUN!

Swim Lesson Curriculum:​

  • Ask Permission to Get in the Water

  • Wall Walk

  • Jump Into Pool to Instructor While Holding Breath

  • Climb Out of the Pool

  • Look Underwater and Hold Breath

  • Complete 3 Bobs in a Row

  • Complete an Assisted Front Float for 5 Seconds

  • Complete an Assisted Backfloat for 5 seconds

  • Stand and Recover

Level 2

Our Second stage, focuses on water safety as we teach your kids to safely navigate the pool and get back to safety

Our Goals:

  • Kids Gain Confidence In The Water

  • Kids Recognize Their Limits & Learn How To Remain Safe In & Around The Water.

Swim Lesson Curriculum:​

  • Assisted Front Streamline

  • Assisted Back Streamline

  • Assisted and Unassisted Roll Back to Front/ Front to Back

  • Back Float Unassisted 5 Seconds

  • Demonstrate Proper Use of Kick board

  • Explain Buddy System and Jumping Safety Rules

  • Jump In, Submerge, Recover for Air, Roll on Back, Kick for 5 Seconds

  • Jump In, Submerge, Recover for Air, Roll on Back, Kick for5 Seconds with Clothes

Level 3

In the Third stage, kids continue to learn basic swimming skills and an introduction to freestyle and backstroke. Water Safety lessons continue to be taught and emphasized.

Our Goals:

  • Kids learn and practice how to assist another swimmer to safety and call 911.

  • Kids learn forward movement in the water.

Swim Lesson Curriculum:​

  • Reach and Throw Assists

  • Unassisted Front Streamline with Kick

  • Unassisted Back Streamline with Kick

  • Assisted Front Streamline & Rotation to Side Glide with

  • Kick

  • Unassisted Freestyle (Kick and Pull) for 10 Feet

  • Unassisted Backstroke (Kick and Pull) for 10 Feet

  • Retrieve Submerged Object

  • Reach or Throw (Don't Go) and Call 911

  • Jump In, Submerge, Recover for Air, Forward Movement (Front or Back) for 10 Feet, Change Direction and Return toWall with Clothes

Level 4

In the Fourth stage, kids will learn how to manage deeper water, with an emphasis on getting to safety. Kids also continue to progress in their ability to swim freestyle and backstroke.

Our Goals:

  • Successfully swim for 10 feet.

  • Swimmers begin to learn rotary movement and breathing.

Swim Lesson Curriculum:​

  • Unassisted Side Glide with Kick on Both Sides

  • Roll From Side Glide to Streamline to Side Slide

  • Unassisted Front Streamline with Kick & Rotation to Back

  • Streamline

  • Streamline Off Wall and Swim 3-5 Strokes Freestyle with

  • No Breath

  • Scull and Tread for 10 seconds

  • Jump In, Submerge, Recover to Side Glide Position & Kick

  • 10 Feet

  • Unassisted Freestyle (Kick and Pull) for 30 Feet

  • Unassisted Backstroke (Kick and Pull) for 30 Feet

Level 5

The Fifth stage, is our highest level before swimmers begin our swim team prep and stroke development courses. Swimmers in this stage will begin to gain confidence as they are able to explore more of the pool safely.

Our Goals:

  • Swim 30 feet.

  • Tread water.

  • Begin to learn how to dive safely and effectively.

Swim Lesson Curriculum:​

  • Survival Float & Tread Water for :30 Seconds

  • Demonstrate Deep Water Bob and Surface Dive

  • Demonstrate Changing Directions in Deep Water

  • Jump Into Deep Water, Level Off and Swim Freestyle 50 feet

  • Jump Into Deep Water, Level Off and Swim Backstroke 50 feet

  • Head First Entry (Dive) from Side

  • Demonstrate Proper Use of Backstroke Flags

  • Complete a 25 Freestyle

  • Complete a 25 Backstroke

  • Complete a Flip Turn

  • Demonstrate Streamline, Underwater and Breakout from aDive

Swim Team Prep

If your child just can't get enough of swimming, your child doesn't have to stop learning. Our Advanced Swim Lessons and Swim Team Prep courses help prepare kids to join swim team and teach them the necessary skills to succeed such as flip turns, diving, butterfly and breaststroke!


We Started To Ensure That Every Child Has The Ability to Learn How to Swim!

Regardless of financial constraint. Full Armour Swim Lessons aim to provide Affordable Swim Classes in Colorado Springs. Armed with an experienced team of swim lesson instructors and a swim lesson curriculum that utilizes the experience of teaching youth to swim, we offer unmatched excellence in the swim lesson space. 

Our owner, Jason Lupo searched far and wide and has prior experience teaching Starfish, WSI and YMCA curriculum, serving as an Aquatics Director at the YMCA and the Head Swim Coach for the Pikes Peak YMCA before starting Full Armour Swim Team and Swim Lessons in September 2016. Since then Full Armour has serviced the Colorado Springs area at over 10 different pools and has provided excellent service to over 1000 families.

Full Armour's swim lessons are designed to prepare kids for a future love of the water. Many of our swim lesson kids move on to join our swim team, become lifeguards and even swim in college and high school.

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