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Welcome to the Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club!

How to Register:

  • Login to website, or create a new Member Account
  • Create a Participant Profile(s)
  • Register for Program(s)
  • Complete registration and Checking out
  • Payment Options

KWSC Membership Account FAQs:

First Time Registration: If you haven't created a login before, click on the "Login" button at the top right corner and follow the instructions provided under “First Time Registering?”.

  • Creating a New Account. What is a Member Account? Member accounts  generally refer to the account created by a parent or guardian. It can, however, pertain to the skater themselves (if they are age of majority or otherwise handling their own account). A member account will contain address information, a list of invoices, a list of family members, as well as connect all participant profiles within the family.

  • "Participant": Your child/skater's name should be entered as the "participant" under your Member Account. Once a 'participant' has been added, you can register them for skating programs.

Existing Users: If you've used our online registration system since the 2014-2015 skating season, PLEASE DO NOT CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT. Instead, log in using the email address you used for the previous year's registration. If you have forgotten your password, please use the "Forgot Password"? option and enter your email. This will send you a confirmation/password reset.

  • Updating Member Contact Information: Login to your account and clock on the "Account Details" tab. Make the necessary changes and save.

Not Receiving Emails? Manage Your Communication Settings:

  1. Log into your account.
  2. Select "Communication Preferences".
  3. Select the desired settings & click the update button.

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