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Summer 2022 has come and gone! This summer, Highlands Pool has had more Recreational Swimmers, more Pool Parties, and more Swim Lessons offered than in the past 3 summers! The Aquatics Department would like to thank everyone in the community for using the pool and making it a community asset for all. We ask for your continued support of the pool, as we are a few years away from requiring major renovations to keep the pool running. The Aquatics Department would also like to take this moment to thank all of our Lifeguards and Swim Instructors who help keep the Aquatics program running every day. They are critical to the operation of the pool, and we are fortunate to have a great group of people working here at the Highlands!


Swim Memberships Update

Family Swim Memberships expire on October 31st. Beginning November 1st, you will be required to pay drop-in fees when coming to swim. If you wish to switch to an Individual Swim Membership, please speak with Dan Ryken, Aquatics Supervisor, to arrange a continuation. For those who already have an Individual Swim Membership, keep an eye out in your email during the week of September 6th for individual updates.


Swim Lessons

We currently have reduced Swim Lessons offerings due to limited Swim Instructor availability. When possible, we will expand class sizes as staff becomes available. To join these classes when they become available, we will add participants straight from the waitlist. This means if there is a specific class you are interested in that is full, the best place to be is on the waitlist. To add your name to a waitlist, visit Dan at the Pool or speak with Cynthia in the Registration Office. Please be sure to have lesson start date, time, and level ready when inquiring about a waitlist.

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