As Club Members, Junior skaters (skaters under the age of 18) and their families can develop a love and proficiency in the sport of figure skating, and make new friends while participating in various Club activities throughout the season. For the safety and enjoyment of everyone, all parents and skaters are asked to be familiar with the Ice Rules .
Junior A/B – Test Qualified
Skaters who qualify to skate these sessions have passed US Figure Skating tests. Level A (high) is for skaters who have passed the Intermediate Moves-in-the-Field (MIF) or Silver dances. Level A skaters are NOT permitted to skate down a level on the B sessions. Level B (low) skaters must have passed Pre-Preliminary MIF unless specified and are allowed to skate down. Level A and B skaters are permitted to skate the Mixed sessions with adults.
Junior C/Basic Skills
The Basic Skills Program (Levels 1-8) is designed by US Figure Skating to teach children of pre-school age and up to skate. Skill booklets for tracking progress are available from the Office. Skaters receive ribbons for each Level they pass.
The Club offers group lessons on Tuesdays and Thursdays for all Basic Skills skaters Levels 1 – 8, plus a Boys Group (Level 4 and higher) from 4:45 – 5:00 pm.
Skaters are encouraged to practice on the other days.
Parents are reminded that children may NOT be dropped-off unless they have a designated adult friend in attendance. In addition, families must fill out an Emergency Form to be kept in the Office. Parents are encouraged to volunteer for “Ice Duty” to assist in monitoring these sessions for safety.