Heights High pool is open to the community

The new natatorium is located at the northwest corner of the Heights High building.  (photo credit: Jeff Holbury, DroneOhio.com)

The new Cleveland Heights High School pool is now open to all residents who live within the boundaries of the CH-UH City School District. Members of the community, as well as district staff, can purchase swim passes through the Parks and Recreation Department of the city of Cleveland Heights.

Fall swim passes cost $70 for a family, $32 for an adult (age 19–59), and $25 for a senior (age 60 and older). The fall pool season opened on Sept. 11, and runs through Nov. 3.

During the fall season, the pool is open to the community for the activities specified below, on the days and times listed.

  • Adult Lap Swim only: 6–7:30 a.m., Monday through Friday; 5:30–8 p.m., Monday through Thursday; and 8–10 a.m., Saturday.
  • Adult Lap Swim and Family Swim: 5–8 p.m., Friday; and 12:30–2 p.m., Saturday.

The schedule for community access to the pool will change after Nov. 3, to accommodate swim team practices and events. The city of Cleveland Heights will set the new schedule, which is not yet available.

Community members should use the entrance on Washington Boulevard, adjacent to the football stadium, to access the pool and locker rooms. Access to the school building beyond the natatorium is restricted during the hours that it is open to the community.

Visit the the city of Cleveland Heights's website, www.clevelandheights.com/index.aspx?page=2170, for information on swim programs and lessons, and updates to the schedule. Information is also available in the September 2017 issue of University Heights' "At Your Service" newsletter, which can be found at www.universityheights.com.

Scott Wortman

Scott Wortman is the supervisor of communications for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District.

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