Swimming Pool

The Pool is at Stoughton High School in Stoughton, WI. The district pool is a high-quality competitive and instructional community aquatics facility with an 8-lane by 25-yard competition pool with 2 one-meter diving boards, spacious locker rooms and a 300 person viewing area overlooking the pool. The pool water temperature is kept at 82 degrees for comfort for all types of use.  The chemicals used in our pool are a combination of Calcium Hypochlorite, Muriatic Acid and Carbon Dioxide.

The SASD Pool is accessible to all persons. A special chair ramp is available to assist with entry and exit. Special chair railings are available for those who prefer.
The pool entrance is accessed by the back parking lot which is easily accessed by Devonshire Road.  Pool parking is available in the back parking lot, located on the west side of the school.
A cleansing shower is required of all patrons immediately prior to entering the water by the Department of Heath and Family Services, Wisconsin Administrative Code.
Obey the Lifeguards
Failure to obey the lifeguards will result in removal from the facility as provided by Wisconsin State Law. If you hear a whistle, stop and pay attention. There is an emergency in progress, you will be expected to follow the commands given by lifeguards and pool management. You may be asked to clear the pool area and go to the locker rooms.
Children age ten and under
All children age ten years and younger must have and adult (18 years of age or older) in the facility with them. Children 6 years of age and younger must have an adult accompanying them, in and out of the water, at all times.

**Please note schedule changes may be made without notice. We reserve the right to close the pool prior to the scheduled hours for weather or low attendance.

Contact Us
Sally MacLaren-Meuer
Aquatics Program Director

Pool Admissions Office

Head Lifeguards
Katie Campbell
Carol Fields
Anne Hudkins
Hannah Iverson
Abbie Kooima
Blair Uphoff
Contact Us
320 North St. Stoughton, WI 53589
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