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Learn to Skate

Our Learn to Skate group classes are for students ages 5 to adult, beginners through advanced skaters. Classes begin with the fundamentals and progress to more advanced and specialized skills, for both figure skating and ice hockey.

DAYSMART: We’re Upgrading!

We are updating to a new customer portal, Daysmart!! Skaters will need to make a new account, re-sign their waiver, and register as normal. To begin, simply click the blue “Register Now” button below. Skaters will also be able to access their account and registrations through the “Daysmart Rec” app, available on mobile devices.

PARENTS/GUARDIANS: You will need to add your skater as a “child” on your account. When looking for your class, make sure you have selected the CHILD as the “participant”.

Thank you for your patience in this transition!

Spring 2024 Semester

Spring 2024 Learn to Skate classes begin Tuesday, March 5th and Saturday, March 9th. Classes are available for all skill levels, ages 5 and up. Each hour-long session includes 30 minute weekly class PLUS 30 minutes of practice ice for students directly after!

Private Lessons

Want for lessons to take between Learn to Skate semesters? Try out a 1-on-1 private lesson with one of our wonderful coaches! Visit the Private Lessons page to see a full directory of coaches.

Class Levels

Snowplow (Ages 5-6)
Basic skating skills to help young skaters become comfortable on the ice. 
Note: All skaters renting skates will be given figure skates for the duration of the semester.

Basic (Ages 7 – 14)
Basic figure skating skills, beginning at entry-level skaters.

Freeskate (Ages 6+)
More advanced figure skating skills. 
Note: Must complete Basic or Adult skills track.

Adult (Ages 15+)
Basic skating skills, entry level to intermediate.

Hockey (Ages 7 – 14)
Basic hockey skating skills, beginning at entry-level skaters. 
Note: Skaters are not required to provide, own, or wear any ice hockey gear.

Skate Director Nicole

Email: [email protected]

Our skating director, Nicole, is a Professional Skaters Association (“PSA”) Master Rated Program Director and the Greensboro Ice House is a PSA Excellence on Ice facility. Please email Nicole with any Learn to Skate or figure skating questions, compliments, or concerns.

Programming under her leadership includes a US Figure Skating Basic skills program of Learn to Skate group lessons, adult courses, pre-school classes, a home school curriculum, specialty programming for advanced figure skaters as well as a complete array of off-ice training opportunities. The Greensboro Ice House is proud to offer lesson options for skaters of all ages and abilities!

Questions? Email Nicole today, or call the rink at 336-852-1515.