CISD Aquatics Center is a joint use facility between the City of Southlake and the Carroll Independent School District. This facility is home to the Carroll High School Dragons swimming and diving teams who compete in the largest 5A classification of UIL as well as the competitive swim team, the North Texas Nadadores. It is more than just a competition facility as it offers a variety of different classes in aerobics, teaching swimming, and even scuba diving lessons. It meets Olympic length requirements and can run 50 meter swimming races or divide the pool up and run two courses of 25 meters or 25 yards. It also meets the requirement for maximum depth needed to dive at its deepest point and can be set up for a variety of water polo courses including national governing body FINA regulation size. This facility has some amazing facility features such as a UV system that kills organics in a pool, making the water safe for all competitors, transitory bulkheads that help shape courses in a timely fashion, and a state-of-the-art Colorado Time Systems electronic timing and scoring system that ensure times are recorded very accurately.