Registration & Swim Test
Sorry, All Sessions are full including the wait lists.
PLEASE CREATE AN ACCOUNT BEFORE REGISTERING
ON RESERVE CALIFORNIA
Creating Your Account On ReserveCalifornia.com
Login, Create New Account and Setting Up Your Dependents on ReserveCalifornia.com
Step 1: Login or create your NEW account by selecting the "LOGIN IN" or "CREAT ACCOUNT" button on the top menu.
Step 2: Once you are logged in, navigate to "YOUR ACCOUNT" on the top menu. A drop will display. Select "YOUR DEPENDENTS".
Step 3: A page titled "Persons" should appear. There will be a button that says "Add Person". Click on this button to launch the "Add New Person" page.
Step 4: On the "Add New Person" page. Populate the following fields with the information about the dependent you are setting up:
. First Name
. Last Name
. Birthdate This is necessary for ReserveCalifornia.com to validate that your dependent meets the age requirements for enrollment
. Relationship- Use drop down to select "Child"
Step 5: Once you are done entering the above information, select "Add Dependent" and you will then be brought to the previous page and your new dependent should be listed. You can continue to add dependents to your account or proceed to enrolling your dependent(s) in a Junior Lifeguard program on April 2nd at NOON.
Click on the link belowe for the session you would like to sign up for. You must wait until Monday April 2nd for the link's "Sign-up Button" to work. Thank you!
Junior Guard Session's 2018
The Cost of the program is $225
When you register you will have to pay by Credit Card.
Returning Carlsbad Jr. Guards do not need to retest.
Swim Test Date:
There will be a make up swim test for session 3 only. Thursday July 19th. 6:30-7:30pm at Monroe Street Pool.
Location of swim test:
Monroe Street Pool
3401 Monroe Street Carlsbad 92008
What do I do at the swim test?
We are very strict on our time standards for safety reason.
Practice,You only get one try!!!!
If your child might be borderline passing, please prepare your child first before the test. The better swimmer the Junior Guard is the more fun they will have participating.
100 meter swim under a maximum time limit.
9 to 11 years old under 2 min 30 seconds
12 and 13 years old under 2 min 15 seconds
14 to 16 years old under 2 min
10 meter under water swim.
The child must swim under water for 10 meters.
To begin they are allowed to push off the side of the pool.
To complete this test, the body and head can not break the surface of the water.
They are allowed 3 attempts.
Treading water for 3 minutes.
What do the different tests represent?
The first test shows us that the child is a strong enough swimmer for our program, the second test shows us that the child is comfortable enough to swim under waves, the last test shows us that the participant knows how to stay afloat for an extended amount of time.
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