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Registration & Payment

Our year-round indoor facility in Noblesville is a continuous enrollment program, which means you can start at any point. We do not have sessions; classes are added as necessary. Our two outdoor facilities in Carmel and Fishers (Legends) are seasonal and offer summer lessons. You can register using our online registration or by calling our office.

Choose your Location

To register a new student, please choose your location and review all of our levels to determine which one best suits your child’s abilities and needs.

SCSC – NoblesvilleSCSC – Carmel
SCSC – Legends

Registration Procedure

If you are unsure where your child should start, please feel free to call our office and we will help you decide on the appropriate level. In order to register a student, an initial payment for the first eight (8) weeks of lessons or enrollment in our automatic billing program is required. Online registration requires enrollment in our automatic billing program. Tuition is charged on the 15th of the month prior. Student start date must be within 2 weeks of enrollment. Please visit our Policies Page for more information.

New Enrollment Info Sheet

Payment Procedure

SCSC-Noblesville

Monthly Fees: Continual lessons at SC-Noblesville are $80 per month (except Jellyfish which is $100 per month)

Billing: Automatic Checking Withdrawal (ACH)
Stony Creek Swim Center will automatically withdraw tuition from your checking or savings account on the 15th of the month prior for the following month’s tuition (i.e. automatic charge taken out on December 15th for the month of January). ACH is set up automatically when enrolling online and no additional paperwork is required. However, a voided check is required if you are enrolling in person. The initial tuition fee will be charged within 7 business days of registration. This fee will be adjusted according to the date the student will be starting their lessons. The next month’s tuition fees will be charged on the 15th of the month, regardless of the initial start date. Therefore, if you enroll at the beginning of January, your initial payment will be for the current month and on January 15th tuition for February will be charged. All future charges will be made on the 15th of the month prior.

If an automatic withdrawal is declined by the bank and tuition is not collected by the 1st of the month, there will be a $10 late fee. Please remember that in order to withdraw your child from lessons, you must turn in a Written Cancellation Form (available in the office) by the 10th of the month prior (i.e. December 10th to withdraw for the month of January). Any cancellations after the 10th of the month prior are subject to a subsequent charge of $80. We cannot offer refunds for cancellations after the 10th of the month prior.

When enrolling online or through the customer portal, you are required to enter your banking account information for automatic withdrawal. The name of the bank, routing number, account number, and name on the account are required (a check number is NOT required). Please bring a voided check to your first lesson and we will also have you sign a direct debit authorization form. Upon receiving your online registration, our office manager will pro-rate your account if necessary to reflect the start date and process your paper work for automatic billing. The tuition fee for your first month will be charged within 7 business days of registration and automatically on the 15th of the month prior thereafter. Should you have questions regarding this process, please call our office.

Sample Check with Routing & Account Numbers

SCSC-Carmel & SCSC-Legends

Cost: $160 per session per child

Billing: All tuition for lessons at Carmel and Legends are billed at the time of registration using a check or credit card. If registering online, you will be prompted to enter banking information in order to complete the registration process. This is a one-time charge.

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