Where Learning To Swim
is Fast, Fun, and Easy

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Where Learning to Swim is Fast, Fun and Easy.

At Canada Swim School, we are committed to helping your child quickly become a confident and capable swimmer. We are proud to offer personalized private lessons available across the GTA, so it’s never been easier for your child to learn to swim.

Canada Swim School’s unique skill-based system will evaluate your child’s skills to identify their strengths and weaknesses. These benchmarks will help us develop a customized lesson plan that will help your child advance their skills quicker.


"It is without hesitation that we strongly recommend the service of CSS to anyone interested in taking swimming lessons. Over the past 10 years, their very professional, friendly and dedicated staff have done wonders with our son. Their personalised, encouraging and positive way of teaching motivated our child to challenge himself and reach a swimming level beyond our dreams. We are very grateful for everything they have done for our son and wish to continue with them for many more years!"

-The Boyd Family

"CSS has been a wonderful experience for our family. Having worked with different CSS instructors throughout the years, it is clear CSS invests in effective, competent instructors. From the management through to the instructors, everyone has been a pleasure to work with and we look forward to continuing our relationship with CSS for many years to come!"

-Jody Engel

"My son went from flailing in the water at 9 years old to jumping into the deep end and swimming laps within his first session. Very much recommend Canada Swim School!"

-Faye Fleming

"My son is 6 and has never taken lessons...he was a total non swimmer! After only 6 sessions with Stephanie he was already doing the breast stroke unassisted, across the width of the pool. So glad we found CSS...we will be taking lessons year-round for sure!"

-Josey O'Connor

News Feed

This got me thinking: is there a magical ‘pep talk’ that can be given kids to inspire them to be safe around pools? I decided to consult an expert on the topic.
This is a great article discussing the different swim lesson programs that will be possible post-covid, ranging from at-home swim lessons (safest, less risky) to outdoor private swim lessons, outdoor group lessons, then indoor private and indoor group lessons (still safe, more risky).
For older and more capable swimmers a non contact lesson is pretty straightforward. The instructor will teach from 2m away (or more), preferably in the water. Though hands-on teaching won’t be an option, through visual, verbal, and mirroring methods instructors can still very effectively teach the class.
Because of the covid19 pandemic, 2 additional risk factors will be introduced in the 2020 pool season.