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The Oakstone Academy Natatorium

Located on the west side of the Oakstone Academy Middle School and High School is the indoor pool which is fully equipped for competitive swimming and lessons.  The heated pool is 25 yards long and has five lanes.  

It is our plan to offer a variety of opportunities to our students, families, and staff members during the school year and summer months.  One important goal at Oakstone Academy is to train middle and high school students interested in competitive swimming, particularly those who want to compete for swimming scholarships and eventually swim competitively at the college level. If you are interested in this program, please contact 614-865-0400 and ask for our aquatic director, Andy Fogle or email him at afogle@ccde.org.

Students will also be using the pool during the school year in conjunction with their Physical Education classes.  These classes will focus on teaching students to swim or be more efficient swimmers through regular swimming lessons as well as other water activities that will also increase students overall health through exercise.  Students who are 16 years or older will also have the opportunity to learn CPR, First Aid, and water rescue techniques by taking the American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard class that will be offered through Oakstone Academy.   

The possibilities are endless for this great resource.  Ultimately it is our dream that every student will be able to swim and demonstrate water safety by the time they graduate from Oakstone Academy.  

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The Oakstone Academy Natatorium

Located on the west side of the Oakstone Academy Middle School and High School is the indoor pool which is fully equipped for competitive swimming and lessons.  The heated pool is 25 yards long and has five lanes.  

It is our plan to offer a variety of opportunities to our students, families, and staff members during the school year and summer months.  One important goal at Oakstone Academy is to train middle and high school students interested in competitive swimming, particularly those who want to compete for swimming scholarships and eventually swim competitively at the college level. If you are interested in this program, please contact 614-865-0400 and ask for our aquatic director, Andy Fogle or email him at afogle@ccde.org.

Students will also be using the pool during the school year in conjunction with their Physical Education classes.  These classes will focus on teaching students to swim or be more efficient swimmers through regular swimming lessons as well as other water activities that will also increase students overall health through exercise.  Students who are 16 years or older will also have the opportunity to learn CPR, First Aid, and water rescue techniques by taking the American Red Cross Certified Lifeguard class that will be offered through Oakstone Academy.   

The possibilities are endless for this great resource.  Ultimately it is our dream that every student will be able to swim and demonstrate water safety by the time they graduate from Oakstone Academy.