The Long Beach Unified School District is widely recognized as a distinguished educational institution, celebrated for its unwavering dedication to academic excellence, athletic accomplishments, and fostering a vibrant student community. In early 2020, the district embarked upon a comprehensive endeavor to establish a state-of-the-art aquatic center at three high schools: Wilson High School, Lakewood High School, and Jordan High School.
The envisioned facilities are poised to offer a regulation-size pool catering to water polo games, swim meets, physical education activities, parks and recreation initiatives, summer programs, and the esteemed Special Olympics. These ambitious projects encompass an array of essential amenities, including an outdoor swimming pool, bleachers, locker rooms/offices, restrooms, showers, stadium lights, an LED scoreboard, parking facilities, wall enclosures, surveillance cameras, and an equipment storage enclosure/room.
One of the hallmark features of these forthcoming aquatic centers will be a cutting-edge 25-yard by eight-lane 51.5-meter Myrtha pool at both Lakewood High School and Wilson High School. Moreover, the development of plans for Jordan High School is currently in its preliminary design phase, and it is anticipated that the facility will include an equally impressive eight-lane, 25-yard by eight-lane, 51.5-meter Myrtha pool.
Myrtha pools are renowned for their groundbreaking design, unrivaled durability, and exceptional performance, making them the preferred choice for these schools. The Myrtha pool guarantees optimum performance, resistance to wear and tear, and streamlined maintenance protocols by employing advanced construction techniques and work of superior materials.