Welcome to the Athletic Registration Website
On this site you will be able to complete the Minnesota State High School league forms and find additional activity documents.
You will be asked to complete Emergency Card information, which includes information regarding medical insurance. Please have your medical insurance card nearby as you will need it to complete the online forms. You will also need doctor and dentist names/phone numbers.
How to Login to Your Student's Account
We have already created a Student Account Profile for you. Use the Forgotten Password link to retrieve your login credentials during the registration process or you can Login now by selecting the My Account menu link above. Remember to return to the Home page to start the registration process after you Login.
Please note, you can also use the primary phone number on file with SWCHS as the User ID and your student's Student ID number as a password.
Remember to change your Password once you login to the system as a first time visitor to this site. If you can not retrieve your Student Account information by using the Forgotten Password function or using the student's Primary Household Phone number and Date of Birth, please contact us.
Once logged in, click the "Activities Registration" link at the top of the page to being the sign-up process, or click the button below.
Authorization for Treatment of Injuries
I consent to the athletic trainer or coach treating injuries and authorize them to discuss those injuries with and release any applicable medical information or records relating to those injuries to coaches, school staff and other qualified health care providers as deemed necessary within their scope of practice. District 112 does not carry any type of insurance coverage for injuries received while participating in athletics/activities at any level of practice or competition, nor does it assume any financial responsibilities for these injuries.
I authorize the treatment of injuries, acknowledge District 112 does not carry any insurance coverage, and release of medical information as stated above.