Aquatic Programming

Important Upcoming Dates

Swim Assessment

Thursday September 16th; 6:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Swim assessments are offered to swimmers who are new to our Swim Lessons or who are returning after a break. Staff will provide one-on-one skill screening for placement and will introduce new swimmers to staff and the Brown Deer Middle/High School Pool. You must register in advance online or by contacting the Park and Recreation Department at (414)371-3070.

Swim Lesson Dates

  • Session I - Brown Deer Middle/High School Pool
    • Online Registration Closes; September 24
    • Lessons; Monday or Thursday, September 30 - November 22

Junior Swim

  • Online Registration Closes; September 24
  • Monday/Thursday, October 4 - November 18

This club will introduce competitive swimming while continuing to build upon stroke mechanics and other swimming skills from the Learn to Swim Program. Participants must have completed Level 5 to participate. 

Lap Swim

  • Pre-registration Required!
  • Thursdays, September 30 - November 18

Adults and teens are invited to register for Lap Swim at the Brown Deer Middle/High School pool. With registration participants will be able to swim on Thursdays.


Open Swim 

Looking for something fun to do? Come and participate in open swim! Participants must furnish their own suit, towel, and lock for the locker room.  Children 7 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Open swim end times are subject to change related to lack of attendance. This is a drop in program and fees are due upon entry. Cash and check only.
Sundays, October 3 - November 21   1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Brown Deer Middle/High School Pool

Fees:
Children 2 years and younger: Free 
Children 3-7 years of age: $1 
Residents with I.D.: $2 
Non-Residents: $3 

Children Practicing Back Float in Brown Deer Pond


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

For information on our COVID-19 polices and procedures for aquatic programming, please click here. 

Locations

Pool Temperature & Maintenance

The water and air temperature and overall maintenance of the Middle / High School Pool are regulated by the School District Maintenance Staff, not the Park and Recreation Staff. Due to the limited capabilities of swimming pool equipment, the maintenance department is making every attempt to maintain a water temperature of 80 degrees. This may be cold for some swimmers.