The Aquatics team here at RTH provides a dynamic, fun-filled environment for you to learn, grow, and achieve your goals. We want you to have space to learn and practice an important life skill—swimming—while building confidence, engaging in movement, and finding connection with others in the community.
Swimming is winning!
Contact Info and Operation Hours (Pool only open during Summer)
Residents can contact us at:
617 232-4306 ext. 300 (Summer only)
Our pool hours of operation differ every summer,
Please check the pool schedule.
2 New Whitney Street
Boston, MA 02115
The Aquatics Department is proud to offer space for kids, teens, and adults to grow, learn, and find community both in and out of the water. Learn what it feels like to meet goals, build confidence, and achieve greatness by participating in our swim programs.
We offer a variety of programs, including adult swimming lessons, water fitness classes, open swim, family swim, and more. In addition, we offer swim time specifically for people with disabilities, and a ladies’ pool night. We also provide opportunities for lifeguard training, a CPR course, and American Red Cross WSI course certification.
During the summer, you can participate in our programs at the RTH Swimming Pool in Mission Park, and during cooler seasons, you can use the pool at the Huntington Avenue YMCA as part of our partnership with them.
Please note: All participants in RTH fitness programs and users of RTH sports facilities are required to have a signed registration form and emergency contact on file with us.
We offer a wide range of opportunities for youths and adults, ranging from classes, team swimming, open swim, and family swim.
For more information, please contact us.
Director of Physical Education/Sports & Aquatics
[email protected] | 617-232-4306 ext. 205
Byron Rounds has been the Aquatics Director at Roxbury Tenants since 2021, and is responsible for running the RTH aquatics programs for all ages, helping members achieve their fitness goals through swimming. He believes that being strong is a mindset and that all personal change starts from within. He comes to RTH with experience in the Army, the American Red Cross, and YMCA. He has a BA from the University of South Carolina and is currently pursuing his MDIV at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He enjoys swimming, running, outreach, and service, and is the proud father of four wonderful children.