The new Athletic and Aquatic Center at Granada High School in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District is officially complete! The high school’s faculty, students, current and former board members and the surrounding Livermore community came together carefully for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new facility, and see it in person!

The original facility was aging and undersized for their needs. The revitalized spaces now support dance, weight lifting, wrestling and classroom instruction. It is also accompanied by a full-size, state-of-the-art pool that is three times bigger than the previous one and includes additional lanes for practice and swim meets, while also satisfying the length requirements for water polo competitions. Overall, this complex enhances the student experience by creating quality indoor and outdoor spaces to house fitness programs and support each student on a path to living an active lifestyle. It also provides opportunities for school culture and building school spirit surrounding their beloved mascot, the Matador.

 Congratulations to the District and the entire project team on the completion of this transformative project that will serve as an asset to the high school and the Livermore community for many years to come!