Pool Season Information
The pool opens in April 11 to students & pass holders from
|Monday - Friday||1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
|Public Swimming begins May 22nd - Weekends begin June 6 (Pool Hours)|
|Monday - Thursday||11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
|Friday - Saturday||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
|Sunday||1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
Passes are sold throughout the summer. Please visit the season pass information page for details.
$3.00 per person, ages 12 and under
$4.00 per person, ages 13 and older
|One Day Pass||$3||Per Person (12 and under)|
|$4||Per Person (13 and older)|
|$85||Family of 3|
|$95||Family of 4|
|Add $10 per additional member|
|$100||Family of 3|
|$120||Family of 4|
|Add $10 for each additional child|
For the sale of season passes, the family is defined as the legally related family unit (usually the mother, father, and dependent children of a marriage). If there are any questions about the family unit, they should be directed to the pool manager, Rance Massengill.
The season pass is non-transferable, and the money for the pass is non-refundable. Pass holders must show their pass at the pool gate when entering the pool area. Additional identification may be required at the gate. Pool passes are good for all swimming hours and may be purchased at the window from the pool manager.
The American Red Cross Lifeguard class certifies students as lifeguards
for two years. This class also includes certification for CPR for
the Professional Rescuer. This class teaches students how to
recognize and respond to emergencies related to water safety.
Successful completion of this course ensures lifeguard certification;
however, it does not guarantee summer employment as a lifeguard.
Students should come prepared to swim and should bring clothes to wear on the pool deck. (The swimming pool is an outdoor pool and can be cold at night.) An extra set of clothing is recommended for changing into for classroom sessions.
|Preliminary Swim||Fri. May 5||1 pm - 4 pm|
|Instructional Class||May 9 - 11||4 pm - 8 pm|
|May 16 - 18||4 pm - 8 pm|
|May 20||9 am - 4 pm|
|Course Test Date||May 22||4 pm|
The course has the following prerequisites: students must be at least 15 years old, in good physical condition, able to swim 500 yards without stopping, able to swim freestyle, breast stroke, sidestroke, able to retrieve a 10lb. brick from 7ft. water, and able to tread water without hands for two minutes. Students must complete the prerequisite swim and exercises on the scheduled date in order to be issued a seat in the course.
Please contact Rance Massengill at 850-718-2440 if you have any questions regarding lifeguard certification. In order to be registered in the course, course fees must be paid; otherwise, you will not be considered a registered member of the course.
Learn to swim at the Chipola Pool! Swim classes are scheduled throughout the summer for ages 4 and up. Only pre-registered students are guaranteed a spot in the class. Private lessons may be available by request. View our Swimming Lessons Brochure here.
Chipola College reserves the right to consolidate or cancel any class
due to insufficient pre-registration. Please follow the link to the registration
|Deadline||Session Date||Class Time|
|June 1||June 5 - 8 Parent/Infant Class
June 5- 8 Adult Class
|June 6||June 12 - 22 Child 4 & 5||9 am|
|June 6||July 12 - 22 Child 6 - 13||10 am / 7 pm|
|July 5||July 10 - 20 Child 4 & 5||9 am|
|July 5||July 10 - 20 Child 6 - 13||10 am / 7 pm|
Students age 4 and up will be tested and placed in a level during the
first class. The levels are as follows:
Pre-school Swimming, Beginner Swimming, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate Swimming, and Advanced Swimmer.
Adult swim classes can be scheduled at the request of five or more students.
A parent/infant swim course will be offered during the summer.
Marianna Swim Team competes in five invitational swim meets for swimmers 4-18 years of age. The season starts in May and ends the first week of August.
Swim team practice is from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Swim team members and
family may purchase a season pass for the pool. Pricing is as
follows: $100 for a family of three
or $120 for a family of four. There will be a $10 additional charge per child. For pass details, please visit the season pass information page.
Swimming Course Registration Form
To register for swim course sessions, please complete the form below and submit it, along with your $55 course fee, using the following directions:
1. Give student information on the form. (If the student is
a young child, the parent may complete, print,
and sign the form.)
2. Please do NOT fill the box for office use only.
3. Please choose the session and time preferred for class.
4. Send completed registration form and check for $55.00 made payable to Chipola College.
Please include Drivers License number on your check.
5. Mail to:
c/o Rance Massengill
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, Fl. 32446.
6. Or you can bring your completed form and pay at the Pool.
7. For more information call Rance Massengill at 718-2440 or 718-2473.
|Session #||Time:10 a.m. 7 p.m.|
|Social Security #|
(Required by Federal Gov't)
ARE YOU A FLORIDA RESIDENT: Yes No
DID YOU GRADUATE FROM HIGH
SCHOOL OR RECEIVE A GED?
Which of the following options best describes
your current situation?
I am taking this course to learn skills related to my current occupation.
I am taking this course to learn skills related to A new employment field.
I am taking this course for non work-related reasons
I declare under penalty punishable by law as a misdemeanor under section 837.06 F.S. that the foregoing is true and correct.
Parent Signature: ___________________________ Date
Print Parent Name: _________________________________
Receipt No. ____________________