Swim Team Info Night TONIGHT

Montevideo Piranhas Swim Team is hosting an info night tonight, Monday, February 27, at 7:00 pm at the Montevideo clubhouse.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining the Montevideo swim team, come to the clubhouse tonight at 7:00 pm for a short info night and a chance to ask questions about the swim team and swim season.

Montevideo Piranhas Swim Team Announcement

A message from the Montevideo Piranhas Swim Team:

Hello neighbors!

It’s time to start thinking about summer swim team! Registration for the Piranhas season begins on February 27. Also on February 27, we will host a short information open house at the MIA clubhouse at 7:00 pm. Come find out what swim team is all about and ask any questions you may have.

Please share this information with your friends who may be interested in joining our swim team. We’ll see you on February 27!

Click here to visit the Montevideo Piranhas website.

Message from the Piranhas Swim Team Board

Hi MIA Homeowners,

The Piranhas Swim Team Board is working behind the scenes to get things up and running for our 2022 Piranha swim team season. We will begin to interview for coaching positions this week. We have a sizing kit coming to help people determine suit sizes. And apparel is being set up in the online portal.

However, thus far we have not received enough registered swimmers to be able to participate in the league swim meets. We are at risk of not being able to have a team this year. We love our Montevideo Piranhas and want to see it succeed but we need more swimmers and families and volunteers in order to make that happen. 

We understand that this year many families may be looking forward to traveling and may be hesitant to add swim meets to their summer plans. We have been talking about how best to handle this. The league sets requirements for our swimmers to attend three or more of the regular season meets in order to qualify for Champs. We are required to host meets and staff meets with volunteers, so if we don’t have enough families there to sign up for the volunteer shifts, it is just an impossibility to move forward as part of the league.

We have set a date of April 1 to close registration. We will assess at that point if it is possible for us to continue with our swim team season. So if you are planning on swimming with us, please register by April 1. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’d love to hear from you. (mtvdpiranhasboard@gmail.com)

The Montevideo Piranhas Board 


Hi, neighbors,

The swim team is having a Chef’s Night Out fundraiser Tuesday, June 1 at Chipotle at 1110 Blossom Hill Rd. Chipotle will give the team 33% back of the proceeds between 4:00-8:00!

Take a night off of cooking dinner: order on the Chipotle app or at chipotle.com, and use promo code: 26FGJR6. Or show the flyer below (printed or virtual) if you go in person to have them apply your purchase to the fundraiser.

See the flyer here for more details.

Thanks for supporting our community swim team!


Hi, neighbors,

The swim team is having a Chef’s Night Out fundraiser today: Thursday, May 20 at Blaze Pizza in Almaden Plaza. Blaze will give our team 20% back of the proceeds between 5:00-8:00 using our fundraiser code.

Take a night off of cooking dinner, order on the Blaze Pizza App or blazepizza.com, and use promo code: 1058A.

See the flyer here for more details.

Thanks for supporting our community swim team!


From the Montevideo Piranhas Swim Team:

We are happy that we will be able to offer a swim season 2021! This season will be a practice season, no meets, and will be an opportunity for swimmers to strengthen their strokes and stay fit. And, hopefully, to have some (safe) social interaction and community!

Registration is open. Visit https://www.teamunify.com/camp to sign up.

The season will run May 17-July 16. (Afternoon practices May 17-June 4; morning practices June 7-July 16.) The cost for the season is $300 per swimmer.

In full transparancy, we must meet a minimum number of swimmers in order for the season to go forward.

Please note: due to safety protocols, we do not anticipate having coaches in the pool; consequently, younger swimmers must be completely water safe (able to swim a complete lap unassisted) in order to participate this season.


Hello, Neighbors.

The Piranhas Swim Team is discussing the possibility of having a swim season this year and what it would look like with county restrictions in place. They would love input on a survey to find out if there is interest in a season this year, even though it would be quite different than “normal.” There are many new families to the neighborhood, so they asked that we share the link to that survey here. Even if you haven’t been on the neighborhood swim team before, but might be interested in joining the swim team, please click the link below and give them your feedback.

Click here for survey.