Los Fresnos CISD Aquatic Center
The Aquatic Center was built in 2017 to serve district students in all grade levels. It features an eight-lane competitive pool with touchpads and an electronic timing system, a separate area for diving, and a sloped entry with handlebars so that students with disabilities can enjoy the pool. Portable bleachers are also in place for spectators.
The facility serves as the home for the Water Safety courses for students in second grade at each of the nine elementary school campuses. Students are bussed to the Aquatic Center from their campuses for a two-week period for instruction in the pool.
Los Fresnos High School and Los Fresnos United students in the swimming and diving program also use the pool for practices year-round. Swimming and diving meets have also been held at the Aquatic Center. In 2018, a competitive water polo program began and matches against visiting schools have been hosted.