Participant information

Junior Program Winter 2018 registration form - participant information

Courses take place on Saturdays from Januar 6 to March 10, for the duration of 10 weeks.

Junior Elite squash begins on January 9 to April 12, 2018, for a duration of 14 weeks.

Registrations are from December 2 to January 19 for aquatic activities. 

For late registrations please contact Hector Giraldo.

  • Cancelled until spring : Mini-Tennis 5-6 years : squash courts, Badminton beginners 6-9 years

  • Cancelled until spring : Badminton inter/advanced 10-14 years

    Bronze Star : The Bronze Star is the first Bronze level award. Following this course will introduce you to lifesaving: you will learn to solve various problems, to make decisions as an individual and as a team member, to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation and develop self-rescue skills that will help you save your own life. To be able to swim 100 meter To be 11 years old or older (recommended)

  • $165 members/$215 non-members

    For children having completed level 10 of the Red Cross swimming program. This class includes technical and tactical strategy as well as fitness training and sprints.

  • Price per Saturday Red Cross activity : $115 member; $165 non-member (plus taxes). Price per Aquababy activity : $225 member; $300 non-member (plus taxes). Price per Aerial Silk activity : $165 member ; $215 non-member

  • Please note that registration is not complete until payment has been processed. GST and QST will be added to total price. Payment by cheque, cash or credit card, please present yourself at the front desk of the MAA in order to complete registration.

  • If you would like to receive information about the junior program and registration dates.

    I agree to my child’s participation in the sporting activities of the Junior Program. I also agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Club Sportif MAA. All children participating in activities at the Club Sportif MAA must adhere to the following conduct of behaviour: When circulating in the Club, juniors are expected to behave in an orderly fashion so as not disrupt the activities of the Club members. Behaviour that is not tolerated outside of organized activities includes, but is not limited to: running, yelling, throwing of objects, boisterous play.

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