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Emler Swim School of Kansas City – Leawood

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Emler Leawood is centrally located to serve the southern Kansas City areas of Leawood, Overland Park, Grandview, Olathe, Hickman Mills, Corporate Woods and Lenexa. We are conveniently located near the intersection of West 135th and Pawnee Lane in the Price Chopper shopping center. We joined the Leawood community in 2014.

We’d love to find out more about how we can best serve you. Come by and take a free tour or go ahead and jump right in.

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Schedule and Pricing

  • Spring 2019
  • Summer Prep 2019
  • Summer 2019
  • Daily Lessons

SPRING 2019 – Swimming Now

Enroll Today!

Once A Week Lessons for 12 Weeks
Fully Guaranteed!

Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio): As low as $21.40 per class
Swim Team: As low as $26.40 per class

Monthly payment plans available.

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SUMMER PREP 2019 – Swimming Now

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Twice A Week Lessons for 10 Weeks
Fully Guaranteed!

Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio): As low as $21.40 per class
Swim Team: As low as $26.40 per class

Monthly payment plans available.

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SUMMER 2019 – Start Swimming June 9

Now Enrolling!

EARLY BIRD PRICING UNTIL JUNE 9!

Once A Week Lessons for 12 Weeks
Fully Guaranteed!

Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio):
$244.80 full semester*
$20.40 per class

Swim Team:
$304.80 full semester*
$25.40 per class

*Monthly payment plans available.

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DAILY LESSONS 2019 – Start Swimming June 9

Now Enrolling!

EARLY BIRD PRICING UNTIL JUNE 9!

Ten Daily Lessons for 2 Weeks
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Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio):
$224.00 per session

*Monthly payment plans available.

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Announcements

posted Feb14

Spring 2019 Make-Up Lessons

Waterbabies:
Thursday: 11:45 am
Friday: 3:45 pm
Saturday: 12:30 pm

Ages 2 and up:
Tuesday: 3:00 pm
Thursday: 12:15 pm
Saturday: 12:30 pm

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
$5.00 fee for each make-up class
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director Jordan Eichenlaub

Jordan Eichenlaub

Jordan Eichenlaub was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri and later attended The University of Central Missouri. In 2014, she began her career with Emler Swim School after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Development with a minor in Psychology. Jordan was hired in the very first group of teachers when the Leawood location opened, and she says that it has been amazing to see the growth at that campus.

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Q+A with Jordan

What is the best part about working for Emler every day?

The people! Our Leawood team and the families at Emler are so amazing, and it is such a joy to see them every day!

What do you believe makes you a great site director?

I love helping people and being involved in something that has such an important impact on children. This passion is shared with our team at Emler and it creates a wonderful environment for all of our families!

Share a childhood memory about your experience with swim lessons.

My parents taught me to swim! I remember having an above ground stock tank pool in our backyard, and feeling so special to have friends over to swim in the summers.

What favorite memory do you have from working at Emler?

There are so many memories! I am very lucky to have been a part of this location from the beginning, and it has been so special to see the growth that has occurred here. I think some of my favorite memories have been in getting to know our families, and watching their children grow as they progress in swim lessons – especially those families that have been around from the beginning.

Share a childhood memory when you were brave and overcame fear.

When I was five years old, my finger was accidentally shut in a door which resulted in the loss of part of my fingertip. In order to heal, I had to spend two hours a day in a hyperbaric chamber for ten consecutive days, and I was terrified. At first, I wouldn’t get in the chamber unless my mom or dad was with me. However as time went on, I was able to bring chocolate milk and watch Disney movies during those times. In the end, I was a rockstar in the hyperbaric chamber on my own!