Current Test Session Schedule
Effective August 2, 2021
Masks are required to be worn indoors by ALL people (including fully vaccinated people) attending any U.S. Figure Skating-sanctioned event or activity despite local, state or facility policies. Sanctioned activities include competitions (U.S. Figure Skating and Compete USA), exhibitions/performances and test sessions.
· Athletes practicing or competing on the ice.
· Warming up outside.
Test Session Application
Test Session Dates and Application Deadlines
|APPLICATION DEADLINES||2021-2022 TEST DATES|
|Monday, Oct. 18 @5pm||Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021|
|Monday, Nov. 22 @5pm||Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021|
|Monday, Jan. 24 @5pm||Sunday, Feb. 6, 2022|
|Tuesday, Feb. 22 @5pm||Sunday, March 6, 2022|
|No April Test Session Due to the Philadelphia Areas Competition|
|Monday, April 18 @5pm||Sunday, May 1, 2022|
|Tuesday, May 31 @5pm||Sunday, June 12,2022|
|Monday, June 27@5pm||Saturday, July 9,2022|
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a test session?
Test Sessions held at PSCHS are usually held monthly on Sundays. Children, teens and adults may test their level of competence in freestyle, moves in the field, and ice dancing.
Testers are judged by USFSA judges, according to standards established by the association.
What testing levels are available?
Three levels of tests exist:
Standard Tests: judged according to a standard scale without regard for age.
Adult Tests: judged at a slightly lower level than the standard scale. In some cases an element—such as solo performance—is eliminated.
Master Tests: judged at a slightly lower level than the adult scale. Masters tests are adults who are over 50 years of age and choose to take this level.
Who are the Judges?
The Club offers the opportunity for members to become certified by the USFSA as judges. For more information on becoming a judge, contact the club office.
Judges for all levels or disciplines may not be available for specific test sessions.
Test Application must be signed by your coach and accompanied by the required test fees.
Test dates & schedules are subject to change.
An applicant not registered with US Figure Skating through PSCHS must submit a permission-to-test letter from his/her Home Club.
Test schedules are generally compiled 1 week in advance of the test date.
Need more information?
Contact our Club Office for more detailed information.