Summer Swimming Program Information
 

  • Instructional Swim (8 Lessons, Monday-Thursday (2 week sessions)

  • Competitive Swim (8 dates)

  • Individual Lessons (Minimum 5 lessons)

  • All programs take place at Royal Oak High School

  • Click here for details and pricing

Boy swims in pool

 Information on our Summer '22 Swim program

Registration: at Royal Oak High School inside the school pools entrance

  • June 9 from 5-6pm
  • June 11 from 8:30 am - noon

Sessions begin June 20 and end August 4. 

Use this link for more information: 

/downloads/community/summer_swim_flyer_22_1.pdf

pool information

Summer Open Swim Hours at royal oak high school

Monday - Thursday Afternoons       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                     Children and Adults

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday     6:45 - 7:45 p.m.                       Children and Adults

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday    7:45 - 9:00 p.m.                        Children and Adults

fees:

  • Everyone: $6.00 (5 and under free)
  • Senior Citizens: Free with pass for city residents (retired and minimum age 60). Passes are available at the Continuing Education Office at Churchill.
  • Discount punch cards are available for $50 for 10 visits. Cards can be purchased at the pool during open swim.

General Information for Swimmers

Equipment needed: Bathing suit, towel, and lock to secure clothing or valuables. The School District is not responsible for lost property. No flotation devices are allowed in the pool. 

The pool is closed during any school breaks or whenever school is not in session due to an emergency or inclement weather.

Participant Code of Conduct

Participants are expected to follow all Royal Oak Schools policies and procedures, including posted pool rules. Participants are expected to be courteous to other facility users. The following actions will not be tolerated and may be cause for suspension or termination of all privileges and/or legal prosecution: 

  1. Harassment, intimidation, or similar actions towards patrons or staff.
  2. Vulgar, obscene, abusive, derogatory, taunting, or demeaning comments and/or gestures.
  3. Destructive, dangerous or hazardous behavior to people, equipment or facilities.
  4. Failure to obey directives of lifeguards or pool supervisor.