Parent Training - Register My Athlete Users

Parent Training - Register My Athlete Users Go to www.registermyathlete.com and select Login First time users will enter nothing, just click Create Account. Returning users enter your user email and password and click Login. NOTE: Returning Users

who have forgotten User Email/Password, there are instructions at the end of this document. First time users - Enter Parent Information The email you use will be your login

Remember your password! You will need these each time you login Make sure to mark Parent, then click Submit

If you are a returning user you may be asked to update your information. Once you have logged in/Created an account, click on Parent

Agree to terms, and submit The first time you login, you can learn about the site with a quick tutorial, or you

can choose to not take the tutorial. From this main page you can register for a sport, Complete a Started Registration, or go to Show Naviagtion

To Register for a sport, click Start/Complete Registrations under What would you like to do? Now you can start a New Registration, Complete a

Registration previously started, but not finished, or view a Complete registration. Click Click Here to Start a New Registration to begin a new registration

Step 1 - Select School If you have ever previously chosen a school you can select that school, and if you need to choose a different school, you can do that as well.

Step 2 - Select Athlete If your athlete is already in the system, select them. Otherwise you will need to add them into the system.

Enter athlete information You only need to enter once! Step 3 - Select Year/Sport

Make sure to choose the correct year! This cannot be changed! Choose the sport

Confirm your Registration Step 4 - Guardian information Your first registration you will need to enter in all the information

It will auto fill for you to check each registration after that Step 5 - Insurance Information Your first registration you will need to enter in all the information It will auto fill for you to check each registration after that

Step 6 - Medical Information Your first registration you will need to enter in all the information It will auto fill for you to check each registration after that Step 7 - Schools that use a transfer system of any kind will have a questionnaire

to fill out, if not you will not have this step. If you are a Transfer student, you will be directed to steps to complete the transfer process before you can proceed with your registration Step 8 - Additional Opportunities gives athletes and

parents a chance to sign up for other services Step 9 - School Requirements: the last step! If your school has electronic documents, you will

need to read the documents and agree 2. 1.

3. After reading and agreeing to documents and answering any document questions, the parent and

athlete will need to e-sign. If your school uses uploaded physicals, report cards, etc., you will upload them here. All pages must be in one file

File must be a PDF or JPEG You can take pics and login with your phone - you MUST use the google chrome app on a mobile device - and add the documents

that way as well School must approve all uploads Physical will say Pending Verification until a school Admin approves it

Registration will say Not Complete until the Admin approves physicals and other uploads

After the school admin approves all uploads, you are Complete for Tryouts! If you ever need to make changes to your athletes profile due to...

Incorrect name or grade in school Incorrect graduation year Guardian, Insurance, or Medical information Emergency Contact information 1. Click Show

Navigation 2. Click on your athletes name Go to Show

Navigation and Under My Athletes click on your athletes name to access the

Athlete Profile Page Athlete Profile Page Here you can: Register for a Sport

View current registrations View and edit Athlete info The Athlete Summary is where you edit athlete info. Click on any of the other gray bars to edit guardian, insurance, medical, or emergency

contact info. Click Click Here to Edit to change information Returning Users: If you have forgotten your User Email, Click Forgot Email? Enter your first and last name and phone number, then answer the Security questions to get your User Email. If you still need assistance, email [email protected] with the name of your athlete and the school they attend and ask for assistance with your

user email. Click Here If you have forgotten your Password, Click Forgot Password, use your email or phone number. If you

use your phone number you will get a code texted to you to help you get logged in. If you still need assistance, email [email protected] with the name of your athlete and the school they attend and ask for assistance with your user password. Merge Accounts

Click here if you do not need to merge any accounts

Any accounts that match and need to be merged are found to the right and you can click on them to merge. You can also enter in emails and passwords

for accounts you know are associated with your account. If you still need assistance, email [email protected] with the name of your athlete and the school they attend and

ask for assistance with merging accounts.

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