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Updated: November 02, 2015

Foothill Swimming Pool

Summertime Swim & Fitness Classes

Community Education Has Classes for the Whole Family

Whether you and your family want to stay fit in the pool or in the gym, Foothill College offers a variety of fitness classes this summer for every member of your family.

Summertime Swim for Kids & Their Parents

Community education classes include swim lessons for infants, children and adults, as well as use of Foothill’s Olympic-size pool during members hours when you purchase a pool-use membership.

This summer, kids can participate in infant/parent swim lessons, bug ball, youth water polo and group swim lessons. For an additional fee, children can enroll in private or semi-private swim lessons. Parents can also take the plunge in a variety of course offerings, including lap swim, deep-water running, hydro-slimnastics, lifeguard safety and triathlon conditioning.

And, when you purchase an $80 pool-use membership, you can practice what you learn in class and beat the summer heat. Membership gives you access to Foothill’s pool June 29–Sept. 19. Membership hours are Mondays–Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon; Mondays–Thursdays, 6–7:15 p.m.; and Sundays, 2–4 p.m.

Improve Fitness & Flexibility

If you’d rather work out on dry land, Foothill’s community education offerings feature fitness boot camps and yoga for health classes, as well as fitness center-memberships.

Purchase an $80 fitness center-use membership, and you can access all of the center’s aerobic and strength development equipment, including trend mills, recumbent cycles and Nautilis weight-lifting stations, balance balls, free weights and more. Your membership gives you access to the fitness center June 29–Sept. 20. Select morning, afternoon or evening fitness center hours that work best for you when you register at

Save $40 when you purchase pool- and fitness center-use memberships together. To register for community education classes and purchase memberships, access

You Can Teach Community Education Classes

Community members are invited to submit proposals for new community education classes, especially computer camps, personal enrichment topics, professional development workshops, and interesting classes that will appeal to youth, working adults and active seniors.

To submit a proposal for a potential community services class, or for more information about Foothill’s Community Education Program, call (650) 949-7797 or e-mail

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