Physical education instructs our students in various courses of the importance of well developed motor skills, nutrition and strength, in order to achieve a high level of fitness. Physical education significantly contributes to our students well-being. Therefore, it is an instructional priority for Wright College, and an integral part of our ...
If you have swimming skills and can swim breaststroke, come try the “sport of the arts.”. Class includes instruction in precision and pattern swimming, sculling, and beginning through the advanced figures. Taught by certified Synchronized Swimming instructor. Bring nose plug and swim cap.
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SWIM 6006 at Wilbur Wright College (Wright) in Chicago, Illinois. Must be 3 years of age by first class. This program familiarizes children ages 3-4 with the water and prepares them to learn to swim in the American Red Cross Preschool Aquatics program.
This class promotes appropriate learning and development of fundamental water safety and swimming skills. It is a good step for children coming from the Parent and Child program as they transition into the Learn to Swim program at age 6.
Must be 1 by February 1, 2017. This program familiarizes children with the water and prepares them to learn to swim in the American Red Cross Preschool Aquatics program.
It may be raining outside but Wright students can still swim today! The Wright pool will host open swim for Wright students TODAY from 12 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. It's FREE and a lifeguard will be on duty. Bring your student ID! http://ow.ly/mpmM9
Description This class is for ages 15 and older who want to learn how to overcome fear to learn basic swim skills. Even if you have no fear, this class will teach you to swim along with treading water and other personal safety skills. Bring swim cap and goggles. Credits 1 Recent Professors Angel Lebron , Natalia Skrzyniarz , Dimitra Dounos