Online Registration is now open, News (Kingston Area Minor Hockey Association)

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Online Registration is now open
Submitted By Enrico Caruso on Monday, August 31, 2020
Online registration for the upcoming 2020/2021 season in now open. If you have pre-registered you will need to go back to your profile and re register and choose your payment type. Your spot is not guaranteed KAMHA receives payment.

Please note that if you have previously pre-registered between July 14 and August 30 YOU WILL need to re-register now that fees have been applied.

As we all know these are difficult times, we are offering families the option to pay the fee over 3 payments or you can pay in full. If you register between September 1st - September 30th you will be able to choose either to pay in full or make 3 payments as follows:

  • 1st payment 50%
  • 2nd payment October 21st 25%
  • And 3rd payment November 21st - 25%

CLICK HERE TO SEE THIS YEARS FEE SCHEDULE

CLICK HERE TO BE DIRECTED TO THE ONLINE REGISTRATION PORTAL 


We’ve been working hard to try to keep costs as low as we can, but reduced roster size, resulting in fewer players on the ice, in addition to lost revenue from other sources has forced us to evaluate our registration rates. We had no choice to increase the cost of hockey for this coming season at each level.


The standard registration will include two 1- hour sessions per week for each tier. We are currently working with the City of Kingston on our ice needs so subject to availability we plan to offer other development programs for our competitive tiers as well as Future Canadians / Roster Select type programs for our other tiers once more ice becomes available.


We hope to start some divisions (Peewee, Bantam) on September 14th subject to availability of ice so please register before September 10th to ensure your child can be included when teams are made.

Families who would like to discuss registration options or require help with online registration should contact our Registrar as soon as possible to discuss 

We have also created an FAQ on our Return to Hockey

Thank you


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