West Irondequoit Aquatics

Aquatic News
The Pool Schedule is updated monthly
(Please see pool calendar below)

Winter Swim Lesson Registration Opens
 9, 2024 for Private Lessons

February 8, 2024 for All Other Lesson Levels (Parent & Child Through Level 5)

During weather related school closures the pool is also closed

Dec 2023 Pool Cal
Pool - Entrance #5
Irondequoit High School 260 Cooper Rd. 
Rochester, NY 14617

Community Education Director
Katie Tytler
[email protected]

Recreation Supervisor / Aquatics Supervisor 
Vincent Bray
[email protected]

Pool Facts

Irondequoit High School, 260 Cooper Rd. Rochester, NY 14617
Entrance # 5
Handicapped Accessibility Throughout Facility

8 lane 25 yard pool
Water Temperature
In accordance with USA Swimming regulation 103.7 Water And Air Temperature.1/LSC/Water temperature between 25-28 degrees Celsius (77-82.4 degrees Fahrenheit) shall be maintained for competition.

Colorado Timing System with Full Color Matric LED Scoreboard

Diving Board
Two Duraflex One Meter Boards

Diving Well
14 Feet
Starting Blocks and Lane Lines
Backstroke Flags

Locker Rooms (3)
Men, Women, and Family Locker Room

Sound System for Music and Exercise Classes
Balcony Seating

Swim Activities

Family Swim
Bring the entire family for a fun evening of swimming. All youth under the age of 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult. If your child cannot swim unassisted, they must be accompanied by and adult in the water. We will provide flotation devices, no personal floatation devices will be allowed in the pool.

See "pool calendar" for specific dates and times.

Fee: $12 per family (5 participants max)
Fee is payable at the pool upon arrival

Adult Lap Swim and Water Walking
Enjoy lap swimming or water walking for individual conditioning in our eight lane pool.
Must be 18 and older 
Fee: $4 per visit
$105 for a 30 visit pass ($100 for Gold Card holders)
See "pool calendar" for specific dates and times.

Swim Lessons
Pre-registration is required. All classes are taught by WICSD aquatic staff and are held at the IHS pool, enter door #5.
You are encouraged to stay in the pool area the first and the last class to observe.
For the remainder of the lessons, parents/guardians and siblings will not be permitted in the pool area.   

swim lesson registration online or call Community Education at 336-3014. 

Water Fitness Workouts

Offered through Irondequoit Community Education

To register for classes go to this site:

IHS Pool Rules


  • Swimming is PROHIBITED when pool is closed.
  • Swimming permitted ONLY when lifeguards are on duty.
  • Follow ALL lifeguard instructions (failure to follow the lifeguards instructions warrants dismissal from the Aquatic Center)
  • No food, drink, or chewing gum allowed in the pool area.
  • No glass in the pool area.
  • Persons with open sores or rashes are not permitted in the pool
  • Do not discharge bodily fluids in the pool.
  • Children who are not locker room independent must be supervised.
  • Infant swim-pants or tight fitting (around the legs) suits are required for infants and toddlers. Cloth or disposable diapers are not permitted.
  • No pets allowed
  • Cell phone us is not permitted in the locker rooms.
  • First Aid equipment is to be used only by authorized personnel.


  • Children under the age of 16 MUST be supervised in the pool area at all times by an adult.
  • Children 6 and under cannot swim without a floatation device and must have an adult in the pool with them at all times.
  • Children must pass deep end test to swim independently.
  • Personal floatation devices are not permitted. If needed, training devices will be provided; ask a lifeguard for assistance. Children using training devices must have an adult in the pool within arms reach at all times.
  • All swimmers must shower before entering the pool.
  • Appropriate bathing attire must be worn ( blue jeans, jean shorts, cut offs, or any other makeshift swim suits will not be permitted in the water).
  • Running or horseplay on the  pool deck or in the pool is prohibited.
  • Do not hang, tug, or sit on any lanes, lifelines, or other swimmers.
  • Masks and snorkels are not allowed during open swim.


  • Diving board is reserved for instruction and competition only.
  • The use of the starting blocks is restricted to approved swim practices, swim meets, and instructional programs.
  • No diving in shallow water (less than 9 feet deep) and then only when permitted by the lifeguard.
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