2024 Spring High School Water Polo
HIGH SCHOOL POLO (9 th-12 th grades)
February 25 through May 15
No practice on April 10 (Spring Break)
Wednesdays, 7:30-9:00pm @ Novato HS
Sundays, 8:30-10:00am @ Novato HS
Note: Due to conflicts primarily in the coaches schedule, a weekly practice schedule will be published.
USA WATER POLO MEMBERSHIP:     To register with USA Water Polo, please log onto usawaterpolo.com.  Click on ‘Join USA Water polo’ and follow the directions to become a member.  If you are signing up for the first time, we suggest the seasonal  (Silver Level) membership.  This is the least expensive option and gives you all of the membership benefits of a year membership for a four month period.  When prompted for club or zone information, please supply the following information:
Club – Marin Water Polo Club, Club #473            Zone – Pacific Zone, Zone #6
  • $275/player

To register click here.

REFUND/CANCELATION POLICY:     Refunds are allowed up to Friday March 8; a $25 processing fee will be charged.  Returned checks are subject to a $100 charge or three times the amount of the check, whichever is less.

Per the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) sports guidelines, outdoor high-contact sports (orange tier) can be played in the purple or red tier with an adjusted case rate equal to or less than 14 per 100,000 under the following conditions:  Testing – antigen or PCR (regular and postseason antigen or PCR testing of sports participants and coaches weekly.  If competing, testing performed with test results made available within 24 hours of play)

Note: The testing requirement above shall only apply in the following situations:

  • For football, rugby and water polo as these are high contact sports that are likely to be played unmasked, with close, face to face contact exceeding 15 minutes.
  • When adjusted case rates for the county are between 14-7 per 100,000.
  • For sport participants 13 years of age or above as evidence shows that younger children do not seem to be major sources of transmission—either to each other or to adults.
To view the CDPH Guidelines, please CLICK HERE.