Fall 2019 Make-Up Lessons: Huebner
Ages 2 and up:
Emler Swim School of Huebner Road proudly serves the communities of north San Antonio. We are conveniently located in the shopping center on the south corner at the intersection of Churchill Estates Boulevard and Huebner Road. Watch for new signage coming soon!
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.
Once A Week for 18 Weeks
Call or fill out the registration form to inquire about schedule and pricing – our dedicated staff is ready to get you signed up today!
Monthly payment plans available.
Ages 2 and up:
Ben is originally from Monroe, Louisiana where he attended the University of Louisiana at Monroe and received a Psychology degree. After graduation Ben moved to Oralndo, FL and began a career in the hospitality industry with a focus on guest service and attraction safety at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Growing up, every afternoon for Ben was spent at the pool either taking swim lessons or training with the swim team. Ben’s very first job out of college was as a lifeguard and is where he gained his passion for water safety. Outside of the pool, he trains & competes in obstacle course races across the country and spending time at home with his pets.
I love building relationships with the students, families, and the staff. It is exciting to see them all reach goals in the pool and outside the pool!
I have a deep passion for water safety and staff development. I will make sure that our students succeed in reaching their goals in class and our staff will reach any goal they set.
I met one of my current best friends while taking swim lessons at the neighborhood pool when I was 5.
My favorite memory would have to be watching my first waterbabies class. It was incredible to see what a child so young was able to accomplish in the water.
I used to be incredibly shy and quiet and was terrified to be in or around large groups of people. In third grade, my best friend was auditioning for a play at the community theater and convinced me to audition as well. I was terrified. I ended up getting a small role in the play and my fear of public speaking disappeared.