Ice skating is an exciting, invigorating and enjoyable activity. In our Learn to Skate program, you'll gain the skills that will enable you to enjoy a lifetime of fun and exercise. Step-by-step instruction in pleasant and supervised surroundings makes learning safe and easy. New skaters are always welcome. Classes are grouped by age and ability, and meet once weekly. Classes are available on Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, or Sundays.
Classes are available for all ages and ability
Early registration is recommended
Online Registration - If you're looking to pro-rate for missed sessions, please register in person or over the phone.
All make up classes must be completed within the current skate school session you are enrolled in. Complimentary practice sessions on public skate expire at the end of the current skate school session.
Attention Skate School Students:
Registration for Learn to Skate USA membership is now required for all skate schools. The LTSUSA calendar year runs from July 1 – June 30. Current expiration date is 6/30/2019.
With the start of July, ALL SKATERS must renew their LTSUSA membership.
If your name is not in our membership log from previous registrations, you will be charged an additional $20 fee per LTSUSA calendar year per student. THIS INCLUDES STUDENTS SIGNING UP FOR KINDERCANES and HOCKEY BASICS.
All online enrollments will be reviewed by one of our directors. At that time, all applicable discounts will be applied and your card will be charged the correct amount.
The Basic Skills are the fundamentals of figure skating. These eight levels of the program introduce the fundamental skills: forward skating, backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, turns and Mohawks. Upon completion of the Basic 1-8 levels, skaters will have the basic knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to the more specialized areas of freestyle jumps and spins.
The Free Skate levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation on which to build up their skills. This is the point where the skater can choose whether to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating.
|Day||Time||# of Weeks||Dates||Cost|
|Saturday||11:15am, 11:45am||9||Oct 26- Dec 21||$160|
|Sunday||2:45pm, 3:15pm, 3:45pm||9||Oct 27 - Dec 22||$160|
|Tuesday||1:30pm, 5:45pm, 6:15pm||9||Oct 22 - Dec 17||$160|
|Friday||1:45pm||8||Oct 25 - Dec 20||$145|
|Snowplow Sam 1-4:||1:30p, 5:45p, 6:15p||1:45p||11:15a, 11:45a||2:45p, 3:15p, 3:45p|
|Basic Skills 1:||5:45p, 6:15p||1:45p||11:15a, 11:45a||3:15p, 3:45p|
|Basic Skills 2:||5:45p||1:45p||11:45a||2:45p, 3;45p|
|Basic Skills 3:||5:45p||11:45a||2:45p|
|Basic Skills 4:||5:45p||11:45a||2:45p|
|Basic Skills 5:||6:15p||11:15a||3:15p|
|Basic Skills 6:||6:15p||11:15a||3:15p|
|Pre-Freestyle (former 7/8)||6:15p||11:15a||3:15p|
|Free Skate 1-6:||6:15p||11:15a|
|Beginner Hockey Skating||5:45p||2:45p|
|Advanced Hockey Skating:||6:15p||3:15p|
|Intro To Synchro||5:45p||3:45p|
|Figure Skating Elements||4:15p|