Aquatic Registration Process

How To Register for Swim Lessons

Step 1 - Login

This is the main login page. Follow the steps to either "Create Account" or log in with your existing username and password. If you cannot remember your username and password, you can use the "Forgot Password" link.

Can't Login? See Additional Steps Below

If you encounter any issues or are unable to log in or reset your password, use the "Contact Support" link on the Password reset page.

You can also email and include the following information:

  • First and Last Name
  • Email Address
  • Member ID (from your membership card)
  • Date of Birth
  • A brief description of your issue

If you prefer, you can also call our Support Hotline at 415-772-5500 between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM.

Step 2 - Navigating the Home Page

On the purple banner at the top of the page, click "Registration" and then click "Programs"

Step 3 - Accessing Our Aquatics Program

On the left side of the screen you will see a search bar with two tabs under it: "Browse" and "Filter"

Click the “Browse Tab” and then the tab “Categories," and select “Aquatics” from the drop down list.

Next, scroll down to “Programs," from the drop down list and select “Swim Lessons

Then, under “Courses," select the stage you are registering for.

Need Help? View Our Lesson Selector

Unsure what stage you or your child are in? Use our Swim Lesson Selector.

Step 4 - Viewing Course Session and Options

Once there, use the "Course Session" and "Start Date" field to determine which options you would like to explore. Then click the blue “Options” button.


From "Options", you can see what days are available. Click the "+" icon next to the days you would like to register for. It will show you what times and at what branches those lessons are offered.

Step 5 - Registering for an Aquatics Class

If a session is visible and you cannot click on it to enroll, it's because it's not open for registration yet. The open registration date is listed within the light grey box where the “Enroll” button will usually show as seen in the photo below.