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Membership Information

To register, please click on the Online Registration button to the right on the Home Page. Also, please follow the instructions on the next tab above, "Forms/Documents"

If you have further questions about joining our team please contact us.

See you in the water!!!! 

Welcome to our Swim Team! 

The Meadowbrook Makos Swim Team is open to all children up to age 18 who are residents of the Meadowbrook Woods HOA community. Non-residents are permitted to join the team on a "space available" basis, based on a ratio of residents to non-residents as agreed to by the team and the Meadowbrook Woods HOA.

This is a competitive swim team. We do not offer swimming lessons. However, inexperienced swimmers are encouraged to join. You do not need prior competition experience, and do not need to be a year-round swimmer to join the team. Everyone capable of swimming a legal (i.e., not getting disqualified) event in one of the competitive strokes will swim in meets. Many members of our team are "summer only" swimmers.

For younger children (typically 8 years and under), we offer a developmental program called the "Mini Makos". Again, this is not a substitute for swimming lessons. To qualify for this program, a child must comfortably enter the water on their own, and swim at least 5 meters (from the wall to the backstroke flags) on their own without any support or flotation devices.  The child must also be capable of receiving further instruction in a group setting, under the supervision of the program director (adult) and several experienced teenaged swimmers.  Upon acceptance to the Mini Makos program, a child will be instructed in legal and effective swimming techniques in freestyle and backstroke, as well as racing starts. The objective of the Mini Makos program is to develop a child to the point where they are capable of swimming one length (25 meters) of the pool in under one minute. At this point, with the approval of the Makos Head Coach, the child may join the "big kids" and swim in meets. We consider our Mini Makos to be full members of the team and they participate in all other team activities.
 

 

The Meadowbrook Makos Swim Team is open to all children through age 18 who are residents of the Meadowbrook Woods HOA community. Non-residents are permitted to join the team on a "space available" basis, based on a ratio of residents to non-residents as agreed to by the team and the Meadowbrook Woods HOA.

This is a competitive swim team. We do not offer swimming lessons. However, inexperienced swimmers are encouraged to join. You do not need prior competition experience, and do not need to be a year-round swimmer to join the team. Everyone capable of swimming a legal (i.e., not getting disqualified) event in one of the competitive strokes will swim in meets. Many members of our team are "summer only" swimmers.

For younger children (typically 8 years and under), who are not quite ready for competitive swimming, we offer a developmental program called the "Mini Makos". Again, this is not a substitute for swimming lessons. To qualify for this program, a child must comfortably enter the water on their own, and swim at least 5 meters (from the wall to the backstroke flags) on their own without any support or flotation devices.  The child must also be capable of receiving further instruction in a group setting, under the supervision of the program director (adult) and several experienced teenaged swimmers.  Upon acceptance to the Mini Makos program, a child will be instructed in legal and effective swimming techniques in freestyle and backstroke, as well as racing starts. The objective of the Mini Makos program is to develop a child to the point where they are capable of swimming one length (25 meters) of the pool in under one minute. At this point, with the approval of the Makos Head Coach, the child may join the "big kids" and swim in meets. We consider our Mini Makos to be full members of the team and they participate in all other team activities.
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