Programs - Sussex Academy of Arts and Sciences




As with all exercise, it is a good idea to check with your doctor before starting an exercise program.

Find detailed descriptions of our aquatic classes offered below.

Please notify Maria Edgerton Reed if you are interested in registering for any of these programs:

Summer Aquatic Camp for Kids (SACK)

Summer Camp Flyer NEW REDUCED FEE of $99 per week!

Summer Camp Registration Form

Emergency Form

Aquatic Classes

Tabata (Mondays & Wednesdays 9-9:45am) and Pump N Power (Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am) and Tabata $5/Class

Masters Swim

In July: Tuesday/Thursday @ 6:30 - 7:30 am  NONE in August

Do you miss the days of swim team or want to develop your strokes? Join this group of swimmers as we follow practices written by experts from United States Masters Swim and develop friendships along the way. Being able to swim at least two lengths of the pool continuously is recommended to join Masters Swim, but we are willing to work with any skill level. Goggles are required, caps are recommended. Contact Kristen Johnson if you are interested in becoming a Masters Swimmer.

Masters Triathlete Registration Form

Ellis & Associates Lifeguarding Course

"Ellis & Associates is the industry leader when it comes to aquatic safety. With a reputation as the number one provider of innovative, cutting edge training since it's introduction in 1983, E&A's International Lifeguard Training Program®  (ILTP®is recognized around the world as the premiere lifeguard training program available." -

To sign up for the E&A lifeguard course, one must be at least 15 years of age and be able to complete the following skills: 200 yard swim, 2 minute treading water, feet-first surface dive and 10 lb brick retrieval from bottom of pool. Classes are an intensive 3-day weekend course that includes online coursework, in-water scenarios, and a written exam.

Send a complete enrollment application (link below) to Kristen Johnson at

Enrollment Application E&A

Swim Lessons

See the Swimming Lessons tab for more information.

If you are interested in a specific program that you do not see any information for or have questions about a program, please contact us at 302.856.7805 or at

Swim Lesson Description Form

Swim Lesson Registration Form

Private Lesson Registration Form


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Maintain high academic performance

Foster critical, independent thinking and reflection

Ensure a safe, respectful school environment

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Provide opportunities for individual and group success

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Encourage parental involvement and partnerships

Promote service and community partnerships

Instill environmental awareness and social consciousness

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