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Emler Swim School of Frisco – East

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Emler Swim School of Frisco has been proudly serving the communities of Frisco, The Colony, McKinney and Prosper since 2010. Located in the bustling Preston Stonebrook Center, off of Preston Road and Stonebrook Parkway, we’re conveniently situated in an ever-growing area of Frisco.

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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posted Feb14

Spring 2019 Make-Up Lessons

Monday: 5:15 pm
Wednesday: 10:15 am
Saturday: 1:30 pm

Ages 2 and up:
Monday: 8:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 pm
Friday: 12:30 pm
Saturday: 3:00 pm

$5.00 fee for each make-up class
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Schedule and Pricing

  • Spring and Summer Prep 2019
  • Summer 2018
  • Fall Early Registration 2018


Once A Week Lessons (20 weeks)

Registration open December 9
Classes start January 20 ~ enroll anytime!

Pre-Semester Price Per Class*
Group Lessons: $22.93
Swim Team: $27.93

*Prices increase January 20th

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Twice a Week Lessons (10 weeks)

Registration open February 17
Classes start March 31 ~ enroll anytime!

Pre-Semester Price Per Class*
Group Lessons: $22.93

*Prices increase March 31st

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Summer 2018

Once Per Week:  12 Lessons

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

Daily Lessons:  10 Lessons

Guaranteed Results starting at $24.93/Lesson

June 11 – June 22
June 25 – July 6
July 9 – July 20
July 23 – August 3
August 6 – August 17
August 20 – August 31

Fall Early Registration 2018

Once Per Week:

September 2 – January 19
Monday — Wednesday Classes: 18 Weekly Lessons
Thursday — Saturday Classes: 17 Weekly Lessons

No classes held November 22 – 25 and December 23 – January 5

Enroll Now Find the right class

Pre-semester Price Per Class*
Group Lessons: $22.93
Swim Team: $27.93

*Pricing increases September 2nd

director Molly Colagiovanni

Molly Colagiovanni

Molly Colagiovanni attended Stephen F. Austin State University, majoring in biology and combined science, and graduated in 2012. Although she taught for Emler Swim School while attending John Paul II High School, she began her professional career as manager-in-training at Emler Frisco.

A quick study – and demonstrating dedication for teaching children to love swimming – she was soon promoted to the position of co-aquatic director at Emler in Frisco in 2013. Later in 2013 Molly was transferred to Emler of Dallas-Preston Forest to serve as aquatic director at that location.

Molly was promoted again in 2016 to the position of site director at Emler Swim School of Sachse. Charged with opening the newest location in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, she and her staff taught swim lessons at the nearby Hawaiian Falls Water Park in Garland while their permanent location was being built. Molly and her staff moved into the Emler Sachse swim school in late summer 2016.

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Q+A with Molly

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

The kids! I have been teaching with Emler over a span of 14 years. It never gets old seeing babies and kids learn to swim. From watching a baby progress in their breath control to how well our swimmers learn and perform their strokes, I am blown away by these children and their capacity for learning!

What do you believe makes you a great site director?

I love to build and establish individual relationships with employees. I am also approachable, loving and caring.

Share a childhood memory about your experience with swim lessons.

I was about four years old when I finally swam across the pool for the first time. My mom always made sure to get in the water and swim with me to make sure I had positive experiences, especially at the beginning of the summer.

What favorite memory do you have from working at Emler?

Opening a brand new facility and watching how the Emler culture grew in a new location and impacted a community.

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

My first time on swim team, I had to swim in the lane next to the wall because I was scared about not making it to the end. Then, the first time I swam in a center lane, I raced to the end of the pool!