Swim Team Registration
For your convenience, we can help you set up automatic bank draft (EFT) or credit card payments. This way, you don't have to re-register at the beginning of each new session. Automatic payment forms are located at the Welcome Center and BAC desks.
You may cancel at any time by notifying the PJCC in writing on or before the 25th of the month. Cancellation notices received on or after the 26th will become effective on the last calendar day of the next month.
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- For questions call the PJCC Aquatics Department at 650-378-2782.
- Come to the PJCC at 800 Foster City Blvd. and pick up a registration packet.
Team members, sign up here for an upcoming meets.
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PJCC Swim Team: Be a Barracuda
Swim Team: PJCC Barracudas
The PJCC Barracuda Swim Team is a great way for children and teens to be active and enjoy a rich team experience. Our amazing coaches can improve your swimming technique, endurance and speed in a fun and supportive environment.
- Programs for ages 5 - 18
- Practices in our heated, outdoor pool
- Practice up to five days a week for one monthly fee
- New? Find out how to register or call 650-378-2782 for more information.
Take a look at the team in action!
Bronze Level: Ages 5 - 8
Bronze Barracudas. Brighten The Water.
If you can swim freestyle, breaststroke, and backstroke at least 50 yards and have knowledge of butterfly. A great way to learn racing strokes, starts and turns, and build endurance.
Silver Level: Ages 8 - 12
Silver Barracudas. Shining Examples.
If you’re competent in all four racing strokes, starts and turns, and can swim continuously for 20 minutes.
Gold Level: Ages 11 - 18
Gold Barracudas. Go For Gold.
If you can train autonomously, read a pace clock and swim at least 200 yards.