Registration for Squirt/10U, PeeWee/12U and Bantam/14U players will be open from August 17 - September 25. A late registration fee of $100.00 will be applied to registrations beginning on September 15th.
Registration for Mite 8U and Mite 6U will be be open from August 17 - October 15. New skaters to the Mite program will be accepted through December 31.
Questions about our programs? Contact Amy Evers.
|Bantam A||Erik Larabell|
|Bantam B||Scott Engstrom|
|PeeWee A||Mike Koester|
|PeeWee C Blue|
|PeeWee C Green|
|Squirt A||Patrick Dench|
|Squirt C Blue|
|Squirt C Green|
|Freeze 14U||Mark Pollard|
|Freeze 12U||Chris Schmear|
|Freeze 10U||Justin Merritt|
|Learn to Play||4|
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: You must first register with USA Hockey and then return to this Registration Session to sign up for the 2017-18 season. USA Hockey requires that all players/coaches/managers register online with USA Hockey and obtain a USA Hockey confirmation number. This confirmation number is required during the AAHA registration process.
|Level of Play||Total||Late Fee after 9/15|
2 tournaments will be included in the registration fees for U10, U12 and U14 age groups. Limits apply.
Payments can be placed in the registrar's mailbox at AFIC or you can mail your payment to:
Appleton, WI 54912
For what level should I register my child? Learn about AAHA's Programs to determine what level to register your child for. Over the next 3 years, AAHA will phase in a set of mandatory requirements before skaters can begin the Mite program. For this season, all new skaters are strongly encouraged to complete AFIC's Snow Plow Sam 1-3 and Basic 1-4 before beginning a hockey program.
Learn to Play is returning to AAHA this season!
AAHA will now be organizing the Learn to Play Program for our area! This program is designed for both boys and girls (ages 4-10) who are new to hockey. Kids will to learn to play hockey in a fun, casual environment without a significant time or financial commitment. Practices will be held once a week. Rental equipment may be available to minimize the costs to families.
AAHA has a Scholarship Fund and Extended Payment Plan options available for those experiencing financial hardship. Applications for scholarship assistance must be submitted in writing to the Treasurer by September 1, 2017. Requests will be kept confidential.
AAHA is a volunteer-run organization. AAHA's policy is that all families with skaters who are Mites and older will volunteer to support our organization.
Volunteer credit requirements are based upon the oldest skater in your family:
AAHA is contractually obligated to perform 150 hours of volunteer service for Appleton Ice each season. Any volunteerism performed for Appleton Ice that doubles as AAHA family volunteer credit must be approved by the DIBs Coordinator in advance. No more than 1/2 of AAHA family volunteer credits may be earned by volunteering for Appleton Ice.
All volunteer credits must be completed or scheduled prior to January 1st. A skater may not be eligible to participate in any AAHA activity including, games, practice, Monsters on Ice Festival, Playdowns, and the State Tournament if a family does not meet the minimum volunteer requirement. Failure to complete the mandatory credits will result in a financial penalty of $40.00 per credit hour. Buy-out option is available.
Skaters interested in playing on an AAHA Youth Team must reside within the boundaries of the public school districts of Appleton, Hilbert, Kaukauna, Kimberly, or Little Chute to register and join AAHA.
Some areas such as the Chilton, Freedom, Pulaski and Seymour school districts are unassigned to an association. Residents of those school districts may choose to join any association with a shared border to the school district boundaries. Once you join an association, that association becomes your home association and all rules regarding transfers apply.
The Fox Valley Youth Hockey Association includes residents of the following public school districts: Neenah, Menasha, Hortonville (which encompasses Greenville) and Shiocton.
A female player wishing to play on AAHA's female-only teams (Fox River Freeze) may play if AAHA is the nearest association offering one, provided her home association does not offer one at the appropriate level and the nearest association is not a WAHA approved co-op team. (Appropriate level is defined as a specific level or one higher.)
Skater fees as listed above do not include: