Harvard-Westlake's new pool arrives from Italy
You have to say that Studio City Harvard-Westlake isn't settling for second-class material for its new 50-meter pool.
JSerra in San Juan Capistrano is believed to be one of the few other high schools in Southern California with a Myrtha pool that has coated stainless steel instead of concrete.
The cost for Harvard-Westlake's new pool complex is more than $5 million and includes a pool house, locker facilities and stands. It is scheduled to be completed in August.
The pool is supposed to be able to hold up in earthquakes _ well, except for a really big one.
It's state of the art, second-generation technology, according to Audrius Barzdukas, the head of school.
The complex will be known as the Copses family pool.
Taking a dip in that pool will be the highlight of somebody's day.
-- Eric Sondheimer