Last Updated: March 29th, 2017

2017 Swim Team Registration Forms and Fees

$150 for the first swimmer
$130 for the second swimmer
$100 for the third swimmer
Family registration fee not to exceed $400.
Family PPF fee $150

All fees and forms must be turned in and paid prior to starting practice.  All swimmers wishing to participate with CKST must be able to swim at least 1 length of the pool unsupported by June 2nd in order to continue with the team. Those unable to meet this requirement will be directed to the local swimming lesson program.  No refunds will be given after the first meet of the season. 

Registration Information

Fill out the registration and medical forms and bring them with you to our registration night April 27th or the first summer practice May 22nd. Both forms and all payments need to be submitted prior to getting in the water for practice.

2017 Swim Team Registration Form

2017 Medical Information Form


FSA Code of Conduct

The Foothills Swimming Association and its Executive Board is the governing body for 10 summer club swim teams within the Denver metro area. The member teams include the 5 Parks Piranhas, Applewood Athletic Club, Applewood Knolls, Columbine Knolls, Genesee Mountain Thunder, Green Mountain Gators, Golden Marlins, Mount Vernon Makos, Stingrays at 6th Avenue, and the Wheat Ridge Piranhas.

All member teams of the FSA strive to provide a positive experience in and out of the water for all of their athletes. Good sportsmanship is of the utmost importance to the FSA. There is zero tolerance for assault upon, hazing of, disorderly conduct toward, harassment of, intimidation of, discrimination against, or any criminal offense against another athlete, official, coach or spectator.

Anyone who violates this code of conduct and/or a team’s code of conduct may face consequences including, but not limited to, removal from current and/or future competition or dismissal from their team.

The Executive Board of the FSA will work closely with the individual teams’ Board of Directors to assist in any matter that is brought to the attention of the FSA.

CKST Code of Conduct

Swimmers will encourage good sportsmanship from fellow swimmers, coaches, officials, and parents at every meet and practice by personally demonstrating and maintaining good sportsmanship. Swimmers will listen to and learn from their coaches. Swimmers will do their very best in all events. Swimmers will not get upset at things that are out of their control. Swimmers will encourage their parents to be involved with the team because it’s important to them. Swimmers will let their parents and coaches know if swimming is no longer fun. It is a privilege to be a part of the Columbine Knolls Swim Team and an opportunity to learn and have fun.

Parents have the responsibility to provide the best possible experience for all the swimmers on the team. Parents agree to show respect for the opposing swimmers, coaches, officials, and spectators.

Failure to comply with the terms of this Code of Conduct is grounds for action, which could lead to dismissal from the swim team.