Creating an Account
Parents must create a user account before completing the online athletic clearance packet for their child. To create an account:
- Go to the SportsNet registration site for your child’s school (link should be posted on the school website)
- Click the Create an Account link on the sign in page
- Read the instructions and enter the required information to create your account
Registering Your Athlete
Once you have created an account, you can use it to register one or more of your children at the school as follows:
- Log in to the registration site
- Follow the instructions on the screen for identifying your child
- Complete the required forms, review your responses, and type in your final electronic signature on the last screen
You will be logged out of the system after submitting the registration, and you will receive an email confirming that your submission was sent to the school.
Updating Your Child's Information
Most schools lock an athlete’s clearance record to prevent the loss or change of information that has already been verified. If you notice that you are not able to edit information for your child after logging back in to the site, you will need to contact the school to request access to make changes. As soon as access is granted, you will be able to update any information you previously entered.
If you forget your password, click the Forgot Password link on the sign in page and enter your email address.
If you no longer have access to the email address associated with your account:
- Create a new account (see instructions above) with your new email address
- Contact the school and ask them to switch access to your new account
Changing the Authorized Parent/Guardian User
For privacy purposes, only one user has access to a given child’s online clearance record through the registration website. If someone else (spouse, etc.) has already claimed access to the clearance record, you will need to contact the school to be granted access. Be sure to provide the school with the email address you want to have associated with your child’s clearance record.