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Aquatic Centers

Soda Aquatic Center
Campolindo High School 300 Moraga Rd. Moraga, CA 94556

Schedule of Upcoming Events

Dates Year Event # of Attendees Approx. Time

10/4-5

2014

Orinda Aquatics Short Course Meet

800-1,000

6:30am-3pm

10/18-19

2014

Alameda Islanders CBA+ Swim Meet

800-1,000

6:30am-3pm

 
Due to the size of the Orinda Moraga Pool Associations Swim Championships, please review the Parking Plan that has been developed in an attempt to limit the impact of this event on the surrounding communities.

Ongoing Programs

Traditional Hours
  • Mondays through Fridays 7-9:30am & 12-2pm
  • Saturdays & Sundays 11:30am-2:30pm
 
Holiday/Special Hours & Closed Dates                             
  • September 1 (Labor Day) and November 11 (Veteran's Day) -  lap swim hours will be from 11:30am-2:30pm
  • No Lap Swim – 12-2pm on Friday September 12 & 26
  • No Lap Swim -  Saturday September 13, October 4 & October 18, Sunday October 5 & 19

Weekend lap swim (11:30am-2:30pm) may on occasion be moved to one of our other aquatic facilities.  Please check on-line for specific weekend lap swim locations.


Courses & Camps

Below you will find information about our Lifeguarding Classes & 'Learn to Swim' Lesson programs at Campolindo High Schools Soda Aquatic Center. 
Facility Schedules
Please note that we are currently searching for an alternative method of sharing our pool schedules electronically.
  For the most up-to-date information please contact the AUHSD Aquatics Coordinator at soda@acalanes.k12.ca.us.
           
 

About Soda Center

“The Y & H Soda Foundation”
The history and name of the Soda Aquatic Center, located on the Campolindo High School campus in Moraga, is tied to the Y & H Soda Foundation. Founded in 1964 by the late Y. Charles Soda and Helen C. Soda, the Y & H Soda Foundation has been dedicated to providing charitable contributions to non-profit organizations seeking to enhance “the quality of life for the economically disadvantaged, disabled, elderly and youth; to promote their health education and to support those organizations… which strengthen the spiritual and temporal well-being of those they serve” (Y & H Soda Foundation). Through Y & H Soda Foundation’s generous grant to the school district, the Soda Aquatic Center opened its doors to the public in November of 1999. Since then, the Soda Aquatic Center has been providing quality aquatic programs for the health and well-being of the surrounding community.