Registration Steps

(This page is specific to registration information. For more details about Splash, see the overall program information and program details pages.)

Be sure you have a website account.

You'll need to log in to your account to complete the rest of registration. If you don't have an account, you can register an account first. Registering an account will let you receive an announcement email when Splash registration opens.

Complete a consent form.

You must submit an online consent form before Splash. This will require a signature by a parent or guardian. Click here to be taken to the waiver page (and to access the lottery).

Enter the Splash class lottery. The lottery is currently closed.
If you missed the lottery, you can add classes directly in step 4.
No parents beyond this point! We require students to register themselves and select their classes independently!

2.5  Wait for the lottery to be run.
Lottery results have been released now! Read ahead.
Review your classes.

Now that the lottery has been run, you may check which classes you've received in the lottery! If you haven't entered the lottery, you can proceed to the next step.

We have run the lottery. Students may see their current schedules (step 3).

You can adjust your schedule after the initial lottery. During this First Come First Served phase, you will be able to immediately enroll in classes that have space from the student registration page (even if you did not enter preferences in Step 2). This second phase will close on Thursday, November 5th.

Credit card payment and financial aid applications will remain open during the First Come First Served period and will be available at the student registration page till Nov 5.

You will need to complete payment or a financial aid application before you can attend the program. 

Finish your registration and prepare for Splash!

Be sure to check your email periodically, since we will send important logistical information and reminders.

Also, be sure to browse through the Program Details page so you know what to expect day-of.

Last modified on Oct. 30, 2020 at 11:29 a.m.