Registration to join the 2023 Summer Chapel Hill Tennis Club Aquatics Swim Team for youth
TCAT participates in the Chapel Hill Summer Swim League and offers quality coaching and technique instruction. The goal of our team is to facilitate improvement of swimming skills in an enjoyable atmosphere while emphasizing healthy competition and good sportsmanship. We strive to provide fun, friendship, and love of swimming for children of all skill levels, novice to expert. TCAT is open to children ages 4-18 who can swim 25m (one pool length) by the mock meet. If your child can swim a few yards but cannot complete a full lap, they may participate in our Junior Penguins program, a bridge to our TCAT swimming. As a non-profit entity, TCAT relies on parent volunteers in order to provide a fun summer league for our children. For any questions related to TCAT please email Patty Andrade Schrader at email@example.com.
Registration will open … March 1, 2023
You may register for either TCAT or Junior Penguins through Court Reserve and your account will be charged for swim team fees.
For those wishing to participate in swim meets, you will also need to register with the Swimmingly app for $15 per child for the season. This system provides electronic timing and results. Prior to the first meet, all registered TCAT swimmers will receive a link to the Swimmingly app registration. Meet participation is optional but VERY fun!
Meet and Greet the coaches, other TCAT swimmers and try on our new team suit… and cool down with some ice cream : Sunday March 19 3-5pm or Sunday, April 30 3-5pm.
Practices are on Monday- Thursday beginning May 15 for the entire summer swim season
*No afternoon practices on Fridays
*No afternoon practices on Meet Days
Saturday morning practices begin May 20
*No saturday practice on meet days
STARTING Monday June 12
Monday-Friday mornings 8:30am-9:30am ALL AGE GROUPS
There will be 1 mock meet, 6 season meets held on either Wednesdays or Saturdays (schedule TBA), 1 championship meet (7/13-7/15).
Pricing for Junior Penguins and TCAT participation