Swim & Splash @ BSI Wellesley

A full hour of CRA instructional swimming plus 15 minutes of fun free swim.

Please note: Swimmers must arrive dressed in a bathing suit. Make sure to bring a towel, goggles and full water bottle.



SAT April 3






Boston Sports Institute,  900 Worcester St, Wellesley, MA

All swimming will be in the smaller pool


Swimmers ages 4 and up

All levels welcome




for Safety and Health due to COVID-19

Click here to check out a video of the CRA Dragon being safely dropped off at lessons.

  • BSI Wellesley, 900 Worcester Street, Wellesley, MA
  • Please park and have ONE adult walk your swimmer(s) into the BSI building main entrance. Please DO NOT bring siblings to drop off. Please see images below for details.
  • Follow the clearly marked path down the main hall to the end and take a left. Follow this hallway to the glass doors leading to the pools. Please see below for details.
  • All persons MUST wear a face covering to enter the BSI. 
  • We will ask a few health questions and take your swimmer’s temperature.

Please deliver swimmers dressed in clothes over their bathing suits and have them bring:

– goggles (IMPORTANT! We will not be able to provide goggles)

– towel

– plastic water bottle – FULL (IMPORTANT! All water fountains are shut off in the building).

  • Swimmers must arrive and depart in their bathing suit. The changing rooms will be closed. Only toilets and sinks will be accessible.
  • Parents/caregivers must exit the BSI after drop off. Spectator seating and our wet corridor viewing area are closed.
  • Face coverings (provided by you) must be worn at all times outside of the water while inside the building.
  • Grouping swimmers within the same household will be a priority.
  • All swimming will occur in our smaller teaching pool measuring 23½ x 44 feet with a depth of 4 feet.
  • All lessons/levels will be taught by an instructor from the pool deck. There will be NO instruction from the water. This step is a necessary health precaution for the safety of both staff and swimmers. However, water safety is a top priority so if any swimmer is struggling, our instructors and lifeguards would respond immediately as they would in any other water distress situation. 
  • For our youngest swimmers in Level 1, there will be platforms set up in the pool and lessons will take place on the outside lanes. Each swimmer will have their own barbell/noodle boat for the lesson which will be sanitized at the end of each lesson.
  • Click here for more information on Swimming Safely with CRA.
  • Please pick up your swimmer at Door #4 on the street-side of the building facing Route 9. Please see image below for details.
  • Please remain in or near your car at pick up to maintain social distance.

We have always prided ourselves on delivering the highest quality lessons and we will continue to do so while complying with the new safety protocols. 

With an emphasis on both water safety and stroke development,
CRA has a comprehensive approach to developing proper technique.


Distinctive in its approach to instruction, teaching emphasis at CRA is on proper technique as a solid foundation.  This reduces the risk of injury and develops stronger, safer swimmers.

Specific skills define each instructional level in CRA’s unique approach.  In this cumulative curriculum, instructors focus on achievement of these milestones in the development of technique for advancement. Our on-deck coaching support, small class sizes, and detailed progress notes on each swimmer ensure an individualized experience with proven results

CRA’s teaching environment fosters individual growth and achievement, motivating students to strive for excellence, while emphasizing cooperation and sportsmanship, educating not just the swimmer, but the whole person.