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Windward Branch

Swimming

Swimming

The Windward YMCA is delighted to share with you it's 2016, 2017, and 2018 "Parents Choice Award" for our Learn To Swim Program.

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Parent & Child, Preschool, and Youth Swim Lessons

Our newly revamped swim program teaches life-saving skills, helps your keiki develop self-esteem, and creates a positive experience that will last a lifetime. Learn more...

Adult Swim Lessons

It's never too late to learn how to swim. Our adult swim lessons provide a place for adults and teens 13 and older to learn how to swim in a friendly, non-competitive small-group setting. Learn more...

Private Swim Lessons

Private swim lessons are designed to give participants individualized attention to improve or master their swimming skills. Learn more...

Masters Swim

Become an ace swimmer and get a great workout! The Master Swim Team is for all abilities of swimmers to be able to train in a group environment, to develop more proficient stroke technique, and become more well-conditioned. Learn more...

Swim Team

Want to swim competitively in a fun and positive environment? Join the Windward Waveriders Swim Team! Learn more...

Mermaids

The Windward Y Mermaids is a synchronized swimming group for all ages that meets every Sunday and has multiple water shows each year! Learn more...


Lifeguard Training & Job Opportunities

The Windward Y offers Lifeguard trainings multiple times a year. We are currently hiring certified lifeguards & swim instructors. If you are interested in becoming a certified lifeguard, or working at the Y in our Aquatics department, please contact Kilo Moa, Aquatics Director at kmoa@ymcahonolulu.org.

Lifeguard


"Mama" Sue

In December 2017, the Windward YMCA swimming pool underwent a major pool renovation. This gracious and generous gift was given to us by our very dear and so very missed "Mama Sue Wild." Sue's gift is now being shared with over 4,000 members and participants.

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Sue believed that:"Everyone Should Remain Safe Around the Water."