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Emler Swim School of Cedar Park

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Emler Swim School Cedar Park is thrilled to be serving the communities of northwest Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, and Leander! Our Cedar Park swim school is located in the southeast corner of FM1431 at Hwy 183A, across from 1890 Ranch Shopping Center, adjacent to The Grove Wine Bar & Kitchen.

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 $23.93 per class
Swim Team: As low as $27.93 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
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Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio): As low as $23.93 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):
$275.16 full semester*
$22.93 per class

Swim Team:
$335.16 full semester*
$27.93 per class

*Monthly payment plans available.

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DAILY LESSONS – Start Swimming June 9

Now Enrolling!

EARLY BIRD PRICING UNTIL JUNE 9!

Ten Daily Lessons for 2 Weeks
Fully Guaranteed!

Swim Lessons (1:4 ratio):
$249.30 per session
$24.93 per class

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Announcements

posted Feb15

Spring 2019 Make-Up Lessons

Waterbabies:
Monday: 12:30 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am and 6:00 pm

Ages 2 and up:
Monday: 7:30 pm
Tuesday: 7:30 pm
Wednesday: 3:00 pm
Thursday: 3:00 pm

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
$5.00 fee for each make-up class
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director Chelsea Esposito

Chelsea Esposito

I grew up in Sugar Land, Texas, joined my first swim team at the age of six and never looked back! I continued to swim competitively year round for over twelve years. While attending college at Texas State University, I would return home in the summers to coach a swim team. After graduating college, I got a job in my degree field as an Archaeologist. After a year, I missed the sport and was reaching out to swim teams to start coaching again. In 2016, I moved to Austin, Texas and found Emler Swim School. Teaching kids not only to love the water, but also how to be safe is a dream job I didn’t know existed until being introduced to Emler!

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Q+A with Chelsea

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

I always leave work in a better, more positive mood than when I arrived because of the kids, the families, and the staff!

What do you believe makes you a great site director?

I have a deep consideration for everyone in the building. I try to put myself in their shoes and see things as they do.

Share a childhood memory about your experience with swim lessons.

My parents constantly took me to the pool at a young age. I remember sitting on my mom’s lap while she sat on the edge of the pool and I used her legs as a slide over and over again. At the age of six I joined my neighborhood swim team and continued swimming. In later years, I coached for that team every summer until I was twenty. The environment was like a family and I created life long friendships!

What favorite memory do you have from working at Emler?

Halloween is one of my favorite days at Emler! The staff and managers dress up and everyone is in a silly and joyful mood!

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

When I was starting my swimming career, I was terrified to dive into the pool. My mom scheduled a private lesson with my coach so we could spend one-on-one time trying to accomplish diving. I remember vividly my coach’s patience and the love she showed me while trying to give me the confidence to even attempt a dive. I reflect on this memory often when teaching nervous kiddos!