Regular Hours
Sunday: 7:00am - 7:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 5:30am - 9:30pm
Friday: 5:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 7:00pm

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Fall Programs
Group Ex Schedule
Capital Campaign


The Levine JCC Aquatics Department has grown significantly over the past 3 years and our facilities are unparalleled in South Charlotte.  Come out any day and you might see children learning to swim, adults getting their daily exercise, and our youth participating in friendly competition through the JAWS Swim Team.   

Aquatics Schedule & Hours
Fall Indoor & Bubble Pool Hours
Summer Aquatics Complex Hours 

Water Aerobics Schedule

Aquatics Programs
Aquatic Therapy
Levine JCC JAWS Swim School
JAWS Swim Team
Masters Swim - New!

Indoor Pool Age Requirements
6 years old & under: Must be accompanied by a parent. The parent is required to be in the water with their child, unless the child is in a swim lesson with a swim instructor.
7-9 years old: Parent must be present on pool deck.  
10 years & older: Permitted in pool area without parent present.  

Inclement Weather Procedure In case of inclement weather, such as heavy rain with no thunder and lightning, fog, or temperatures below 75 degrees, the outdoor pool will close at the discretion of the Aquatic Director or Aquatic Supervisor. When the outdoor pool closes for inclement weather the indoor pool may open at the discretion of the Aquatic Director or Aquatic Supervisor.

Thunder & Lightning Safety In accordance with the National Lightning Safety Institute, we will clear our outdoor and indoor aquatic facilities when we hear thunder or see lightning. They will remain closed until no thunder or lightning has been detected for 30 minutes. If the thunder and lightning occurs within 30 seconds of each other we recommend you seek shelter inside the main building or at least the locker rooms if you choose to stay. We do not recommend staying on the pool deck or under the umbrellas due to the inherent danger to you and our staff.

Fecal Contamination Pool Closing Policy If there is a contamination of the pool the Supervisor will determine the area or areas affected and determine the likelihood of risk of spreading illness. A low risk would be treated for the most common contaminants and ‘down’ time could be as little as 4 hours. Any contamination with a possible high risk would cause the pool be ‘down’ for at least 8 hours to eliminate any risk of spreading illness. Individuals with bowel or bladder issues are required to wear a swim diaper or rubber pants.

For more information, please contact:
Josh Steinberger -Aquatics Director

Pool Parties/Rentals

Create a fun, economical outing at the pool.  For more information on rentals or booking please contact Diana Barnes, Aquatics Department Coordinator, at 704.944.6797.



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