Levels

All our levels follow the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) and Learn to Skate USA

curriculum and requirements.

Learn to Skate

We are not offering Learn to Skate Sessions this year.

See you next season!

Basic Skills

Fun, goal-oriented group lesson program. Skaters will receive Basic Skills instruction following Learn to Skate USA curriculum.

Levels: Basic Skills 1-6, and Pre-Free Skate through Free Skate*.

Includes 2 group practices a week and participation in the end of season show*.

Basic 2/3

Sunday 4:15 - 5:10 pm & Friday 6:00 - 6:25 pm*

Basic 4/5/6/Pre-Free Skate/Free Skate

Sunday 5:20 - 6:15 pm & Friday 6:35 - 7:00 pm*

More info below.


*Please note that we are not offering Basic 1, and most likely we will not have an end of the year show. Times might change slightly based on the number of skaters registered for each level.

USFS - Freestyle

A program for skaters who have completed Basic Skills and want to advance in their individual skills.

Includes 2 ice sessions a week for private lessons/practice time, and participation in the end of season show*.

USFS

Sunday 6:30 - 8:15 pm

& Tuesday 7:30 - 8:45 pm*

Skaters must have an approved private coach.

More info below.


*Please note that most likely we will not have an end of the year show. Times might change slightly based on the number of skaters registered for USFS.


Basic Skills

Parents Guide Volume 1

From first steps on the ice to the Olympic podium, U.S. Figure Skating is there for every step in your family's figure skating journey. For many parents, it begins with the notion that they want their children to learn to skate, but where to start? This guide to being a figure skating parent provides information on figure skating to assist parents as they support their children in their development and participation in the sport of figure skating.

Vol 1_parent guide_web.pdf

USFS - Freestyle

Parents Guide Volume 2

As your skater progresses through the levels of U.S. Figure Skating, the tips in this parent guide will help lead you and your child to success. This guide book is for parents of children who have found an interest — perhaps even a passion — in skating and who are skating recreationally or beginning to enter competitive skating.

Vol 2_parent guide_web.pdf