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    Goldfish Swim School – Doylestown

    Making a splash in Doylestown; leading water safety and swim lesson school opens new Bucks County facility

    Bucks County families have a new learn-to-swim resource in the area. Goldfish Swim School Doylestown provides indoor, year-round swim instruction to children ages four months to 12-years-old in a family-friendly setting with highly trained instructors, small class sizes, shiver-free 90-degree pools, and a 8,500 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Goldfish offers perpetual lessons and families can enroll at any time. Goldfish Swim School Doylestown joins thriving Philadelphia-area Goldfish locations in Fort WashingtonMalvernMount Laurel and Oaks

    Located at 1661 Easton Road, Goldfish Swim School offers a wide range of swimming classes for all ages and skill levels at times that are convenient for every family’s schedule. 

    Goldfish Swim School Doylestown is working closely with local authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the safest environment possible for staff and swimmers. 

    Water safety should be top of mind for families all year round. Drowning remains the number one cause of unintentional injury-related death among children ages one to four, taking the lives of three children in the United States every day. 

    Goldfish Swim School Doylestown is committed to making a positive impact to help lower these staggering statistics.

    Owners Meg and Greg Kevane are thrilled to open an additional Goldfish Swim School location in Doylestown. “We are parents ourselves and we understand how important water safety is to all families. We are excited to bring the Goldfish curriculum, high quality instruction and state-of-the-art facility to more and more local families. Our team wants to ensure that children in this community have a safe, fun, and friendly place to learn this life-saving skill,” says Meg Kevane. 

    Families can register for fall lessons now by visiting goldfishswimschool.com or by calling 267-578-2232.

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