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Emler Swim School of Plano

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Emler Plano is centrally located to serve Plano in the neighborhoods of Preston Cove, Turnberry Village Riverbend North, Gleneagles, Willow Bend, and Wyndemere. We are conveniently off of Preston Rd. at the intersection of W Park Blvd. and Ohio Dr. We joined the Plano community in 1998.

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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Announcements

posted Feb18

Spring 2018 Make Up Lessons

Drop-in make up lessons for Spring 2018 begin Sunday, February 18th.

Ages 2 and up:

  • Mondays 12:00 pm
  • Wednesdays 7:45 pm
  • Thursdays 7:45 pm
  • Saturdays 2:15 pm

Waterbabies (Parent Participation Class):

  • Mondays 7:15 pm
  • Wednesdays 12:00 pm
  • Saturdays 12:30 pm
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posted Jan20

Spring and Summer Prep 2018 Registration is Open!

The Spring 2018 semester runs through June 9th. Our Summer Prep semester begins April 1st and runs through June 9th.

Register now to ensure best times and prices! You can register on-line or through our front office.

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Schedule and Pricing

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Fall

Spring 2018

Once Per Week – 20 Lessons

January 21 – June 9
Guaranteed Results starting at $22.93/Lesson

Summer Prep 2018

Twice Per Week – 20 Lessons

April 1-June 9

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Additional Pricing Information

Pre-semester Price Per Class
Class – $22.93
Team – $27.93
Daily Lessons – $24.93
Private – $90
Semi-Private – $95
Private-Special Needs – $60

Monthly Rate
Class – $108.64
Team – $130.30
On Demand – $27.93

Summer 2018

Once Per Week – 12 Lessons

June 10 – September 1
Guaranteed Results starting at $22.93/Lesson

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Daily – 10 Lessons Over a Two-Week Session

June 11 – June 22
June 25 – July 6
July 9 – July 20
July 23 – August 3
August 6 – August 17
August 20 – August 31
Guaranteed Results starting at $24.93/Lesson

Enroll Now Find the right class

Additional Pricing Information

Pre-semester Price Per Class
Class – $22.93
Team – $27.93
Daily Lessons – $24.93
Private – $90
Semi-Private – $95
Private-Special Needs – $60

Monthly Rate
Class – $108.64
Team – $130.30
On Demand – $27.93

Fall 2018

Once Per Week – 18 Lessons

September 2 – January 19, 2019
Guaranteed Results

Find the right class

Additional Pricing Information

Pre-semester Price Per Class
Class – $22.93
Team – $27.93
Daily Lessons – $24.93
Private – $90
Semi-Private – $95
Private-Special Needs – $60

Monthly Rate
Class – $108.64
Team – $130.30
On Demand – $27.93

director Paul Cooley

Paul Cooley

Paul Cooley’s love for working with children began by being part of a large extended family. He is the oldest of 19 cousins who frequently spend time together. Paul graduated from St. Edward’s University with a BBA degree in entrepreneurship and while in college, he also worked challenging others as a rock climbing instructor.

Paul knew from a very young age that he was not destined for the normal 9 to 5 job with a suit and tie. He always wanted his career to challenge him to achieve goals and to be personally active. By the time Paul interviewed with Emler Swim Schools in the water during an actual swim class, he knew managing a swim school was the perfect job for him.

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Q+A with Paul

What do you most look forward to about coming to work every day?

I look forward to working with a team of high energy people who love working with kids and their families!

You’re modest, but honestly, tell us what is it about you that makes you a great site director?

My team is family! I love watching these really amazing instructors learn, grow, and make such an impact in the lives of the people they interact with. Helping to foster their personal and professional growth really gives my role as a Site Director a sense of purpose.

Share with us a memory from your childhood about your experience with swim lessons.

My only memory of lessons that remains in my mind is sitting on the edge of the pool while wearing some floaties. I remember being on the deep side and thinking, “Whoa, that’s a long way down!”

What is a favorite memory you have about working with us at Emler?

I was teaching lessons to a student who was asked which super hero he’d like to be for our super hero themed class. He told me, “Mr. Paul.” It really put this job and the 30 minute lessons that the students have here into perspective. I never want to let that little guy down!

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

Back in elementary school, me and the other neighborhood kids used to skate a lot. It was one of those neighborhood fads that stuck around for a lot longer than yo-yos and cards in our bike spokes. A few of us scraped together our allowance earnings to buy some lumber from the local hardware store, and we got to work building our first ramp. Dropping in on that quarter pipe for the first time was definitely spooky! I definitely didn’t land it, and I most certainly have a chipped tooth from skating (sorry, mom). The sense of accomplishment of trying something that was hard stuck with me a lot longer than the bruise from falling down!