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Children's Swim

Lessons are skill-specific and include stroke correction, water safety along with aquatic skills and diving.

Adult Swim

Beginner, advanced and masters classes geared to individuals skills. Learn to swim or improve your skills. 

Spring Swim

 A four week, twice a week program beginning in mid-May for children to improve their skills before summertime.
For Adults, we offer a Masters Tri-Training program.

Advanced Classes

Lifesaving & Instructor Certificate Courses begin in September and January, and classes are held one night per week.

What's New at North Toronto Aquatic Club



Registration for our Spring programs begins on Tuesday, May 2nd.  We are offering lessons for Levels 00-06.  

We are also once again offering our Adult Masters Tri-Training program.

Classes for all Spring Programs are twice per week, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for 4 weeks, beginning on May 16th.

Please look under our Spring Program section for more details and to register.

Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute

Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute Parking & Change Rooms


Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute
125 Chatsworth Drive (South of Lawrence Avenue, west of Duplex Avenue)

Chatsworth Drive is a one way street, running west from Yonge Street and then curving north.  It ends at a set of traffic lights at Lawrence Avenue.

The school needs to be approached from the south-east as the pool is at the south end of the school.

Enter the most southerly set of doors facing Chatsworth Drive.  Above the door there is a yellow square with the number ‘3’ on it and a ‘Pool’ sign.

Change rooms: Once inside the doors, go down the stairs to the basement, turn right and then turn left and go down second set of stairs to the pool door. Access to the change rooms is from the pool deck.

Parking: There is parking available in the school parking lot, which is adjacent to the south side of the school, and on the street.

Glenview Senior Public School

Glenview Senior Public School Parking & Change Rooms


Glenview Senior Public School

401 Rosewell Avenue (East of Avenue Road and south of Lawrence Avenue)

The entrance to the pool is from the lowest level playing field which is visible from the street.  Walk down the stairs, ramp or grass to the lowest level and enter the double doors with windows, opposite the basketball nets.  Above the doors there is a yellow square with the number ‘2’ on it and a ‘Pool’ sign.

Change rooms: The first change room is the girls and the second is the boys.  Children under 7 may accompany a parent into the change room appropriate for the parent i.e. – no mothers in the boys change room.  From the change room, enter the office, not the showers.

Parking: You may park in the teachers’ parking lot to the north of the school or on the street, but please watch the parking signs.


Frequently Asked Questions

Following are some of the most commonly asked general questions we receive. Program specific FAQs are included within the program sections.

How and when may I apply?

For the regular 8 month session, our on-line application system is available starting in early to mid June. It starts as soon as the new season is announced on our website, and continues until the club is full. Until July 10th, only swimmers from Returning Families will be accepted. ‘Returning Families’ are defined as those who have had a least one swimmer take lessons during the preceding swim season. New Families will be accepted starting on July 11th.

I am a returning member and forgot to register?

Please register on-line. If all the classes are full, you may email the club with your request. In September, if something comes available due to a withdrawal, we will contact you.

What/when is the Water Test?

All children, new to our Children’s Swim Classes, have a Water Test so that we may place them in the best level. We schedule the Water Test for September, before our season starts, on the same day of the week as your lessons. At the Water Test, we confirm the level and the time of the lesson. It also gives parents a chance to see our pool, and to meet our Aquatic Supervisor and a few of our instructors. Teens may contact the club and book a Water Test to determine if they are ready for Lifesaving and Instructor courses. Adults do not require a Water Test.

How do I register and pay?

All applications are now submitted on-line. Please follow the link to Quick Enrollment to register. Please do not email the club any application or payment information. If the classes you are interested in are full, you may email the club with a request. In September, if something comes available due to a withdrawal, we will contact you.

Do we need to live in the area in order to join the club?

There are no geographic restrictions to joining the club. Most NTAC swimmers live south of Wilson Avenue, north of Eglinton Ave, west of Bayview Ave, and east of Bathurst Ave. We urge families coming from longer distances to consider whether they will be prepared to make the weekly drive, particularly during the winter months.

May I try out a few classes before deciding whether to register?

NTAC does not allow ‘try-outs’. You must register and you may then withdraw as per the refund policy if you decide not to continue.