Sunny Hills High School Aquatic Center

Sunny Hills High School has now completed its long-awaited new 45 Meter Pool and Aquatics Center. The Fullerton Joint Union High School District project replaced the school’s existing 25 Meter Pool, which was in dire need of replacement. For the schools’ swim and water polo programs who have been practicing and hosting events offsite for almost two years, the Sunny Hills High School Aquatic Center is an exciting welcome.

“Standing here, it’s like looking at the Grand Canyon, isn’t it? We have our home again.”
– Coach Keith Nighswonger, Sunny Hills High School

Sunny Hills High School Pool
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Sunny Hills High School Aquatic Center Ribbon Cutting
Several members of FJUHSD Board of Trustees including Marilyn Buchi, Hannah Officer, Andy Montoya, Bob Hathaway, Robert Singer and Sunny Hills Principal Allen Whitten all attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new aquatic center.

Sunny Hills High School Aquatic Center – Valuable Energy Savings

The new rim flow pool, with a capacity for 554 swimmers, features a state of the art timing and scoreboard system. The Sunny Hills High School aquatic center also includes new filtration and sanitation systems, as well as a heating system that integrates with the school’s existing co-generation plant. The new system will provide valuable energy savings in the way of zero heating costs. Along with the new pool’s state of the art construction, the project includes new concrete decking with ample shade and outdoor storage.

The aquatic center also boasts upgraded restroom facilities, two diving boards, and a competition quality sports lighting system. The new pool is completely accessible to those with disabilities and was built to serve the aquatic athletic community of Sunny Hills High for decades to come.

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