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Ice Skating Lessons

Winter Learn to Skate

In Winter and Spring of 2020. Learn to skate classes will be offered on Mondays at 11:00am, Wednesdays at 6:00pm, or Saturdays at 11:00am. 

Cost: $120 for Week Session

Use Code: WINTER20 for $10 Off through 12/31/19

Each session includes: 

  • Learn to Skate USA Membership Benefits – The only skating program endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating. 
  • 25 minute lesson per week
  • 25 minutes of free skate before/after lesson
  • Skate rentals
  • Punch card for 7 free public skating sessions
  • 1 Freestyle Card for Basic 5 & up 
  • Christmas Show on December 21 
    • All skaters in Fall II Learn to Skate will also be able to participate with their group in the Christmas show! Show programs will be practiced during the LTS sessions, so there will be no additional practice times. The show will be on Saturday, December 21st. 

First Time Skaters: For new skaters that are 4-6 years old, sign them up for Snowplow 1. For new skaters that are 7 and older, sign them up for Basic 1.

Class Advancement & Class Levels
The U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills programs boasts 4 Snowplow Sam levels (ages 4 – 5) and 6 Basic Skills class levels.  Each class level has required skating maneuvers that skaters must perfect before advancing to the next level.  Once all is said & done, skaters will have mastered forward & backward skating, stopping, turning and beginner spins & jumps (and so much more) through the completion of all 6 Basic Skills levels.

Evaluations & Pre-Evaluations
Each skater will have the opportunity to be pre-evaluated during the 4th week of classes.  Instructors will present skaters with a progress report which will indicate any maneuvers that need to be practiced before “evaluation day” (7th week) the following week.  During evaluations, each skater will be presented with a class certificate which will indicate whether a skater may advance to the next class level or if a level needs to be repeated.  We highly encourage our students to make use of the public session card as a chance to practice and to be fully prepared for evaluation day.

Make-up Days
Skaters are allotted one make-up class each session of classes, however, all make-up classes must be completed by the conclusion of the 6th week of classes.  No make-ups the 1st or 7th week of any session. Make-up lessons are NOT allowed during evaluations. Contact the skate director for make-up days.

Class Badges
For each class level that is successfully completed, a colorful USFS badge will be presented to the skater during “evaluation day”.  These badges represent hard work, perfection, and completion of levels.  Skaters are encouraged to display these badges on their skating jackets, or skating bags, or favorite skating sweatshirt as a symbol of accomplishment

Liz Locker

Skate Director

Register for your Preferred Class Below!

Learn To Skate Schedule 2019 - 2020

Session

Start

End

Time

Fall II - Wednesday October 30 December 18
(skip 11/27)
6:00pm - 7:00pm 
Fall II - Saturday November 2

December 21

(skip 11/27) 

11:00am - 12:00pm

Fall II - Monday November 4

December 23 

(Skip 11/25)

11:00am - 12:00pm
Winter - Monday January 6 February 17 11:00am - 12:00pm
Winter - Wednesday January 8 February 19 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Winter - Saturday January 11 February 22 11:00am - 12:00pm
Spring I - Monday March 2 April 20
(skip 4/13)
11:00am - 12:00pm
Spring I - Wednesday March 4 April 22 
(skip April 8)
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Spring I - Saturday March 7 April 25
(skip April 11)
11:00am - 12:00pm
Spring II - Monday April 27 June 15 
(skip May 25)
11:00am - 12:00pm
Spring II - Wednesday April 29 June 17 
(skip May 27)
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Spring II - Saturday May 2 June 20
(skip May 23)
11:00am - 12:00pm

Program Curricula

Click on a PDF below to learn the objectives for each skating level.