Please note the 2019
registration deadlines and policies below.
The program fee is $100.00 for
1st swimmer and $75 for each additional swimmer with an annual
fee of $30.00 per family. Graduating seniors only pay the
$30 family fee. This year we will have a new suit that
can be tried on during the Parents Meetings and during the First
Practice. You will also find a Parent & Swimmer
Code of Conduct form that also must be completed. (All
needed formats are available by clicking on the link below. Also,
you are not required to have a Beta Team suit.)
Turn in completed forms at
Heritage Swim & Tennis Accounting Office - located at the
Heritage Golf Club, 1250 Heritage Club Drive, Wake Forest.
Registration fees cover:
entry fees to all meets
end of year banquet
FIRST Swim Meet
has been moved to WEDNESDAY Evening Due to Heritage High
School Graduation. All other meets will be Tuesdays
ALL Beta Swim Team families must be members
of the Heritage Swim & Tennis Club.
ALL registrations and
payments must be submitted by May 20th .
Payments made after May 20th will only
be accepted in the form of a check.
ALL Swim Team dues on
a Heritage Account must be paid no later than June 10th
or your child will not be allowed to participate until
account is current.
ALL Swim & Tennis Dues must
be paidbefore you can participate on the Swim
Policy: With each application there will be a
Code of Conduct Form that All Parents & Swimmers must be signed. (If you click the
link above all needed forms accompany the registration
Registration will not be accepted without a
completed Meet Assistance Form
ALL 6 and under will be
evaluated prior to the swim season. Participants must
independently swim a minimum of one length of the pool, preferably
freestyle. Any variation from this will make a child’s
placement on the team dependent on the coach’s discretion.
The Beta Swim Team coaches will evaluate all swimmers, both new and
returning, in order to help determine the proper practice group for
the swimmer. Practice groups are determined by swimming
ability (i.e. knowledge of the 4 strokes, speed, and prior swimming
experience) as well as the swimmer’s age.