Aquatics

The Roth JCC in Maitland is home to a shaded kiddie pool and Junior Olympic-size swimming pool, with five 25-meter lap lanes, depths up to 12ft., and a shallow offshoot for wading around.  Our heated pool is open to members and guests for fitness, recreation, and lessons from May through September.

Aquatics

During the summer months, we offer a variety of programs including private swimming lessons for ages 6 months and older, water aerobics, and use for private parties.

The pool is also home to Camp J, where our team of Red Cross-certified Water Safety Instructors, teach group swim lessons as part of the summer camp day.

In June, July, and August, the pool is a JCC hotspot for events like Summer Sundays and the annual JCC Road Race.

When the sun is shining and it’s time to cool off, there’s no better place to be! 

Pool Hours

The pool is open during the summer months.  Click here to view the daily schedule.

Swim Team with Fast Lane Aqautics

Ages 6-17. This aquatics program is for beginners through ultra-competitive swimmers and is offered through USA Swimming.  Youth must be able to swim two strokes for 25 meters.  For more information and schedules, contact Coach Alec at
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  Special discounts for JCC members and Jewish Academy of Orlando families!
Mon-Thu 5:00-7:00pm
Friday 4:00-6:00pm

First Child:
Ages 6-8 $75/month
Ages 9-11 $90/month
Ages 12-13 $100/month
Ages 14+ $120/month

Second Child Discount:
$10/month off of First Child Costs

Third & Additional Child Discounts:
50% off of First Child Costs

JCC Members and JAO Families:
$10/month off of First Child Costs

Swim Instruction

The Roth JCC offers swim instruction by certified Water Safety Instructors.  To register for swim lessons, visit the JCC’s Registrar in the main lobby, or call 407-645-5933.

Meet the Water Safety Instructors:

Aaron BrownAaron Brown is excited to serve the members of the Roth JCC as a private swim instructor.  Aaron hold certifications as a Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Instructor.  He is also in training to become an EMT Firefighter.  In addition, Aaron has more than six years of experience as both a camp counselor and camp staff member with the 4-H Department of the University of Florida, where he honed the skills and patience needed to teach kids of all ages.  Some of his interests include fishing and camping.

Lacey NickellLacey Nickell, a self-proclaimed awesome swim instructor and coach, has eight years of instruction under her belt. In addition to aquatics, Lacey is an avid triathlete. Lacey is comfortable working with all levels of children, including those with special needs. She is also a pro at stroke development and building swimmer confidence to become competitive.

Melissa Nycz is a Seminole County Public Schools Physical Education Teacher.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree from Boston University in Human Movement Education and a Master’s Degree from UCF in Applied Exercise Physiology.  She has been teaching Red Cross Learn to Swim programs since 2008.  She has extensive experience with teaching preschoolers through upper elementary-age children.  Her philosophy is to engage the children in being comfortable in and around the water, while understanding the importance of water safety.


For questions regarding all aquatics programming, please contact Lacey Nickell.

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