Registering for Diving Classes:
Register for In-water Classes via the Active Montgomery Online Registration Site. For dryland classes you do not register through the county. For dryland registration see below.
- Go to www.montgomerydiveclub.org and click on the link to the current session or look at the registration book here: Montgomery County Recreation Department Guide.
- Take a look at our class offerings for the current session and note the course numbers for the classes you want.
- Go to Active Montgomery and enter the course code(s) for the class(es) you are interested in.
- If there are open spots, you will need to create a log-in on the Active Montgomery site and pay for those classes through the County's online system.
- Note the time, day and location of each of your classes.
NOTE: You are only required to be registered through Active Montgomery and to pay your $15 Team Fee.
The $15 team fee can be paid by clicking on Team Fee in the top navigation.
Our class schedule is coordinated with the county before each session. Every once in a while classes may get cancelled due to reasons out of our control. We do our best to notify parents in advanced when this occurs and will offer make-up classes by the end of the session, however we are not able to process refunds for our classes after the session has started. We appreciate your understanding and participation in our program. For any questions, please contact email@example.com.
The price for the one hour classes is $200 for a 10 week session. The price for the one and a half hour classes is $300 for a 10 week session. To register, go to the registration section of this page (below). Select the class you would like to join, create a profile with Acuity, and pay the fee for the class to reserve your spot. Any cancelations or changes need to be made before the start of the session and can be done by emailing MDCBeavers@gmail.com.
Our Dryland Diving Classes are the perfect compliment to your in-water practice schedule. The top divers around the world turbo-charge their in-water practice with dryland training on trampoline, dryboard, and tumbling mats. It allows for more repetitions of the most important training skills in less time.
The 90-minute class is tailored for divers 11 & older, with more emphasis on strength, conditioning, and flexibility required for our sport.
Our 60-minute class is completely focused on our 10 & younger divers. They’ll get plenty of the close attention they need to learn and thrive in an age-appropriate environment.
Dryland Class Session:
The session runs in conjunction with the county in water calendar. The current session times are posted below, please pick from a session of 10 classes. Session begins September 8th and session ends November 14th.
To Register for dryland Classes:
Online registration is only available before dryland classes begin. To register after September 8, please contact MDCBeavers@gmail.com.
About the DTC:
In 2012 Montgomery Dive Club entered into a public-private partnership with the Maryland National Capital Parks and Planning Commission to build an acrobatic training center for divers of all abilities in the region. We identified a pair of underutilized handball courts adjacent to the Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center at Wall Park in Rockville as the ideal location. With a concerted effort from the local diving community, the MNCPPC and the Montgomery County Recreation Department, we opened the facility in July 2012. Our first event at the facility was to host the USA Olympic Diving Team as they prepared for the Games in London.
Since then we’ve removed the dividing wall between the two courts, installed overhead spotting harnesses in the rafters of the building, and purchased two trampolines, two dry boards, and numerous tumbling mats to enhance the experience for our young athletes. We continue to add equipment to the facility as funds allow.