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Lower Merion School District


Pool Schedule and Membership Information

*The LMHS Pool will be closed and there will be no community swim programs until further notice.*

The pool is located at Lower Merion High School, 315 E. Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003 (610-645-1889)

Membership for Pool use from March 1 to June 12, 2020

Rates for Lower Merion School District Residents

Membership application must be made in person
Fees payable by check or cash - no credit cards
Pro Rated Fees effective February 1, 2020

  • $200.00 (for a family + children 17 and under)
  • $110.00 for individual adult (18-up)
  • $50.00 for an individual child (3-17)

Senior Citizens  65+ Pool Membership Card

To obtain a 2019-2020 65+ Pool Membership Card    for the school year you must be 65+ on or before September 1, 2019 to obtain a full school year membership. To obtain a card, contact Anna O'Hora, 610-645-1977 or email for membership details.

Regular Open Swim/Lap Swim Schedule

Please see below for Community Swim Hours

Swimming Lessons (additional fee)

Please call 610-645-1889 for more information. Children taking swim lessons must be a pool member

Lower Merion Aquatic Club

Please visit the aquatic club website at

Pool Parking

Please enter Lower Merion High School using the entrance next to School House Lane. Follow the road until you reach the parking lot in the rear of Lower Merion High School. You will enter the pool through Door #10 which is marked with a sign "Natatorium Entrance". This is the only entrance to access the pool. Please do not park in any other lots. Anyone using the pool after 7:30 am (Monday-Friday) is not permitted to park on campus - you will need to find parking on the neighboring streets.

For more information on the above or memberships please call 610-645-1889

Pool Schedule

In an effort to implement social distancing in light of COVID-19, community swim at the LMHS pool is CANCELLED through Spring Break, April 12, 2020. Additional information about when and whether the pool will reopen will be determined at that time, according to the recommendations of public health officials.