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Learn to Skate Ages 3 - Adult

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, fun, 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 Thursdays and Saturdays.

  • 30 minute professional instruction each week
  • Rental skates included in registration
  • 18 Public Skating sessions included. Public Skating Passes do not carry over.  They are only available for the duration of the session. (Skate rental is included for weekday public skating but is not included for weekend public skating)

Where to start:
Snowplow Sam 1 - Ages 3-5
Basic 1 - Ages 6-12
Adult/Teen - Ages 13+

Online Registration 
All registrations must be completed online before the beginning of class. Early registration is strongly recommended.

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. With the start of July, ALL SKATERS must renew their LTSUSA membership. This membership fee will show up at check out and will need to be added to your cart when checking out.

SIBLING/FAMILY CREDIT

A $10 discount will be automatically applied at checkout to any second+ family member also registering for the same session.

MAKE UP POLICY

  • Makeup classes MUST be approved by the Skating Director.  Please Email Kristy to schedule.
  • Makeup classes are not guaranteed.  If a class is already full, there is no guarantee of adding a makeup skater.
  • Makeup classes do not carry over from session to session.  They must be completed before the end of the session.

*We do not offer refunds for any Learn to Skate programming*

Fall 1 Learn to Skate Schedule

Day Time # of Weeks SESSION DATES Cost
Saturday 1:15-2:15p 9 Aug 21, 28 Sept 4, 11, 18, 25 Oct 2, 9, 16 $180
Thursday 5:30-6:30p 9 Aug 26 Sept 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Oct 7,14, 21 $180

Fall 1 Class Schedule

Class Thursday Saturday
Snowplow Sam 1 5:30-6pm 1:15-1:45pm
Snowplow Sam 2 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Snowplow Sam 3 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Basic 1 5:30-6pm 1:15-1:45pm
Basic 2 5:30-6pm 1:15-1:45pm
Basic 3 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Basic 4 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Basic 5 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Basic 6 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
PreFreeskate 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Freeskate 1-3 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Freeskate 4-6 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm
Adult/Teen Beginner 5:30-6pm 1:15-1:45pm
Adult/Teen Intermediate 6-6:30pm 1:45-2:15pm

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

BASIC 1 CLASS - Ages 6-12
Basic 1 is an introductory class for skaters ages 6-12.  NO skating experience is necessary.  Skaters will learn the all of the basics starting with how to fall down and stand up by themselves all the way through swizzles and backward skating.

SNOWPLOW SAM 1 - Ages 3-5
SPS 1 is an introductory class for skaters ages 3-5.  NO Skating experience is necessary.  Parents are not able to go on the ice with their children in this class.
ADULT/TEEN Class - Ages 13+
NO skating experience is necessary. Skaters will be able to take the Adult/Teen class and start from no experience through elements in the Basic 6 level. Once skaters have passed through Basic 6 they would need to switch to the FreeSkate levels. Basic skating, figure skating, and hockey skills will be taught pending the needs of the skater.
SNOWPLOW SAM 2 CLASS- Ages 3-5
Snowplow Sam 2 skaters must have PASSED Snowplow Sam 1 in order to participate. Skaters must be able to stand on their own and skate on their own to participate in this level.

SNOWPLOW SAM 3 CLASS - Ages 3-5
Snowplow Sam 3 skaters must have PASSED Snowplow Sam 1 and 2 in order to participate. Skaters must be able to stand on their own and skate on their own to participate in this level.
BASIC 2 CLASS
Basic 2 skaters must have PASSED Basic 1 OR Snowplow Sam 3(and have coach approval to participate in Basic 2) in order to participate. Skaters must be able to stand on their own and skate on their own to participate in this level.

BASIC 3 CLASS
Basic 3 skaters must have PASSED Basic 2 in order to participate. Skaters who have already passed Basic 3 are not eligible for this class.
BASIC 4 CLASS
Basic 4 skaters must have PASSED Basic 3 in order to participate. Skaters who have already passed Basic 4 are not eligible for this class.

BASIC 5 CLASS
Basic 5 skaters must have PASSED Basic 4 in order to participate.  Skaters who have already passed Basic 5 are not eligible for this class.
BASIC 6 CLASS
Basic 6 skaters must have PASSED Basic 5 in order to participate. Skaters who have
already passed Basic 6 are not eligible for this class.
PRE FREESKATE

Skaters must have PASSED Basic 6 in order to participate.
FREESKATE 1
Skaters must have PASSED Pre FreeSkate in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.

FREESKATE 2
Skaters must have PASSED FreeSkate 1 in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.
FREESKATE 3
Skaters must have PASSED FreeSkate 2 in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.

FREESKATE 4
Skaters must have PASSED FreeSkate 3 in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.
FREESKATE 5
Skaters must have PASSED FreeSkate 4 in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.

FREESKATE 6
Skaters must have PASSED FreeSkate 5 in order to participate.  FreeSkate levels are geared towards skaters who wish to learn figure skating jumps/spins/moves.

Kristy Hemstreet

Skating Director

Please Note - When you register, you will create an account and then you need to create a profile for your child in order to register them

COVID UPDATE

Masks are currently required in all of our facilities and we are strongly requesting skaters wear them on the ice.

Additional Information

* Wear warm clothing such as sweat shirts, sweat pants, gloves, and a jacket

* Helmets are recommended but not mandatory (a bicycle helmet is fine)

*Questions? Please contact our Skating Director via the above email link