We take water seriously here at the CORE. Our facility hosts an indoor 25 meter pool, and outdoor 25 meter pool with a zero-depth entry kiddie area. We also have a 900 gallon hot tub to relax in, and we offer a steam room and dry sauna to help alleviate your post-workout soreness.

Our outdoor pool, open in the summer months, has two big water slides and a small kiddie slide, because summer is for water fun!

Swim Lessons

Here at the CORE, we encourage water safety as an integral part of building up our members. We have an extensive water safety program which begins with the fundamentals. We have American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors who are ready and eager to teach people of all ages, young and old, swimming skills that are essential to water safety. Each lesson includes a portion on how to stay safe around the water, so you can be assured that every lesson imparts a little more confidence in the water. We offer small-group lessons and private lessons, giving every swimmer the opportunity to get the attention they need.

Lessons are available in 45-minute sessions, in a package that includes four lessons for one affordable price.


  • Members: $40
  • Non-Members: $55


  • Members: $60
  • Non-Members: $75

Water Aerobics

Our Water Aerobics classes are a gateway to all-around fitness, and we offer a variety of classes suited to your needs and ability.

Water Aerobics is one of the most high-resistance, low-impact exercises you can do. We combine the buancy from the water with working out to make exercise less physically taxing and less harmful. Water Aerobics is recommended for all age groups, and is highly recommended for those who cannot do most other exercises.

We offer a range of instructors with different levels of intensity to best suit your goals.

Lifeguard Training

Our Aquatics Director, Katie Hanson, has over 5 years of Lifeguard Training Experience. She is a certified American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor, and encourages water safety by actively engaging lifeguard candidates in their training. The CORE offers training at different times of the year in Shallow Water Lifeguarding.

Sea Dragons Swim Team

The Sea Dragon Swim Team is a team for all ages. As a team, the Sea Dragons participate in meets in Kentucky and Tennessee, and have fun while doing it! Our coaches will help your swimmer learn fundamental competitive skills, and encourage them to grow as a swimmer, while also giving them the opportunity to compete against swimmers in their age division. We strive to prepare them for a future of competitive swimming into the high school and collegiate levels.

During the school year, a coach will be waiting at the bus stop to get swimmers from the bus.

Head Coach: Amy Gerald

Assistant Coach: Ryan Gerald

Winter Rates (1 Practice per week):

  • Member: $20/Child, Additional. Children $15
  • Non-Member: $40/Child, Additional Children $35

Summer Rates (3 Practices per week):

  • Member: $30/Child, Additional. Children $20
  • Non-Member: $50/Child, Additional Children $40

Payment is due prior to the first practice each month.  Parents/swimmers should fill out a registration form each month. There is a $10-$15 swimmer fee per meet.

  • Melissa Grinder
    Posted at 08:34h, 22 April Reply

    Is this year round swimming? Can you join the team anytime?

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 14:06h, 17 May Reply

      Yes ma’am! We have a summer swim team and a winter swim team.

  • Michelle
    Posted at 21:00h, 29 May Reply

    Do the kids need to be excellent swimmers to be on the team or can dog paddlers join?

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 15:53h, 30 May Reply

      Hi! No ma’am. We start beginners and teach them along the way. They will learn proper technique as they practice.

  • Jamal Engler
    Posted at 01:40h, 10 July Reply

    What are the all the swim instructors names

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 10:40h, 17 July Reply

      We have:
      Amy, Tracy, LeeAnne, Mia, Erin, Sarah

  • Mary Jane Owens
    Posted at 06:20h, 24 July Reply

    What time does swim practice start.? I have a 7 and 8 year old that are interested but we live in Warren County and don’t get out of school until 3:30pm

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 13:40h, 12 August Reply

      I believe the earliest practice starts at 4:30 but there is also a 5:30 class too.

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  • Latasha Gregory
    Posted at 10:47h, 12 August Reply

    Do they teach the different strokes to older swimmers as well

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 13:41h, 12 August Reply

      Hi! Are you talking about swim team? Amy does a pretty good job making sure the swimmers are well rounded in all strokes.

  • Christine S McBride pedigo
    Posted at 21:35h, 20 September Reply

    Do you not have water classes at night?

  • Jordan
    Posted at 20:20h, 03 October Reply

    My kid is afraid of water he can’t stand in. What is the youngest age to start taking swimming lessons?

    • Sabrina Durbin
      Posted at 10:21h, 19 November Reply

      We take them as young as 2!

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