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Summer Specialty Figure Skating Classes

Summer Specialty Figure Skating Classes

Dates, schedules, tuition, and policies are outlined below. Reference our COVID-19 Health and Safety page for more on our safety protocol.


FREE WEEK OF CLASSES starts Monday, June 27th!!

Please join us the week of 6/27-7/1 for a FREE Week to kick off Summer Specialty classes!! We’re offering this week so skaters can check out all of our awesome classes. FREE week has themes to make it even more FUN!!

My Team Monday – Show off your team spirit!!
Tie Dye Tuesday – Come in your grooviest tie dye!
Wacky Wednesday – Mix and match your wackiest patterns, colors, and styles!
Throwback Thursday – Bring out the leg warmers, side ponies, and 80s workout wear!
Fluorescent Friday – Neon is the new black!

Structure of Session

Summer Specialty Classes are now open for enrollment! Attend our FREE WEEK starting Monday 6/27, and then enroll for our 7-week session!

LEVEL PREREQUISITES: **Please make sure to check the minimal skill levels required for each class. If you are unsure of your level, please check with your private coach, your Learn to Skate instructor, or Nicole, our Skate Director.

Make sure to review all information on this page before registering.

Ready to Register?

All registrations must be submitted online through the Ice Hub. Click the button below to register!


Dates and Schedule

FREE CLASS WEEK: 6/27 – 7/1
Week 1: 7/4 – 7/8
Week 2: 7/11 – 7/15
Week 3: 7/18 – 7/22
**No Classes 7/25 – 7/29
Week 4: 8/1 – 8/5
Week 5: 8/8 – 8/12
Week 6: 8/15 – 8/19
Week 7: 8/22 – 8/26

This class session lasts 7 weeks, meeting at the same time every week. Skaters register for the entire session, and attend one class per week. Skaters may also choose to do single walk-on classes instead of registering for the whole semester.

Makeup Class Policy: No makeup opportunities are offered this session. No credit, refund, or rollover of missed classes to future semesters.

Tuition and Fees

7-Class Package: $90
Walk-on rate: $20 per class

Our 7-week enrollment package includes one free week (6 weeks x $15 per class = $90)! The free week is to help account for missed classes due to vacation time.

Discounts and Promotions
Summer 2022 Learn to Skate Discount: $10 off 7-class package (first 7-class package only) for skaters currently enrolled in our Summer 2022 Learn to Skate semester!
Multi-class Enrollment: With purchase of one 7-class package, each additional 7-class package is 50% off!

**Scroll down to see class descriptions.

MONDAY
High Edge Class | 9:30-10:00am
(Juvenile Moves and/or Consistent Axel)
High Off-Ice Jump and Spin Class | 10:00-10:45am
(Juvenile Moves and/or Consistent Axel)

TUESDAY
Theater on Ice | 9:00-9:45am
(Basic 5 and up)
Complimentary Practice Time | 10:00-11:15am
(For Tuesday class participants)

WEDNESDAY
Low Edge and Power Class | 9:30-10:00a
(Freeskate 2 and up)
Low Off-Ice Jump and Spin Class | 10:15-10:45am
(Freeskate 2 and up)

THURSDAY
Synchronized Skating | 9:30-10:00am
(Basic 5 and up)
Complimentary Practice Time | 10:00-11:15am
(for Thursday class participants)

FRIDAY
High Power and Conditioning | 9:30-10:00am
(Juvenile Moves and/or Consistent Axel)
Off-Ice Strength and Stretch | 10:15-10:45am
(Freeskate 3 and up)

Class Offerings

LEVEL PREREQUISITES: **Please make sure to check the minimal skill levels required for each class. If you are unsure of your level, please check with your private coach, your Learn to Skate instructor, or Nicole, our Skate Director.

High Edge Class

MONDAYS | 9:30-10:00am
Juvenile Moves in the Field and/or consistent Axel
High Edge class helps skaters develop and refine their skating skills, something that is important at all levels of the sport.


High Off-Ice Jump and Spin

MONDAYS | 10:15-10:45am
Juvenile Moves in the Field and/or consistent Axel
Off-Ice Jump and Spin class allows skaters to improve their technique, get additional practice on skills they are working on and learn how they can work on jumps and spins even without the ice! Staying active and keeping up with your training even when you can’t make it to the rink is critical for the development of skating skills.


Theatre on Ice

TUESDAYS | 9:00-9:45am
Basic 5 and Up
Theatre on Ice (“TOI”) combines the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance. Teams consist of between 8 and 30 skaters. Skaters, both competitive and noncompetitive, can learn and grow on a theatre team. Best of all, a team can draw club skaters together and increase club spirit.


Low Edge and Power

WEDNESDAYS | 9:30-10:00am
Freeskate 2 and Up
Edge class helps skaters develop and refine their skating skills, something that is important at all levels of the sport. Power and Conditioning helps skaters with their speed, quickness, and stamina on the ice.


Low Off-Ice Jump and Spin

WEDNESDAYS | 10:15-10:45am
Freeskate 2 and Up
Off-ice Jumps and Spins class allows skaters to improve their technique, get additional practice on skills they are working on, and learn how they can work on jumps and spins even without the ice! Staying active and keeping up with your training even when you can’t make it to the rink is critical for the development of skating skills. This shows how a skater can learn and practice one of the first jumps skaters can learn, the loop jump, while off the ice.


Synchronized Skating

THURSDAYS | 9:30-10:00am
Basic 5 and Up
Synchronized skating (“Synchro”) is a team sport in which 8-20 skaters perform a program together. It is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations, and challenging step sequences.


High Power and Conditioning

FRIDAYS | 9:30-10:00am
Juvenile Moves in the Field and/or consistent Axel
Power and Conditioning helps skaters with their speed, quickness, and stamina on the ice.


Off-Ice Strength and Stretch

FRIDAYS | 10:15-10:45am
Freeskate 3 and Up
Off-Ice Strength and Stretching helps skaters with their strength, stamina, and flexibility with targeted workouts and exercises specifically for figure skaters. Off-ice workouts are important for figure skaters of all levels.


Check-in and Exit

Please arrive at least 15-20 minutes early to allow time for check in. All participants will exit through the Emergency doors located near the hockey Pro-Shop, and must exit 5-10 minutes following their ice time. 

If a skater is ready to leave early, staff will contact their parent or guardian using the provided phone number, and a parent must pick them up. Please be on time for pick-up– don’t leave your skater waiting!

Spectator Policy

Non-skating spectators are permitted to enter the building and observe their skater’s classes.  All spectators must adhere to current COVID-19 and facility policies.

Spectators must remain in the party booths, Eatery, or upstairs balcony. They will not be permitted to stand along the perimeter. Spectators must observe quietly, and cannot be a distraction to skaters during their lesson.

LiveBarn, Live Streaming Video System:

Parents, guardians, siblings and caregivers may watch classes remotely via LiveBarn, the live streaming video system. Use promo code 4da5-ed17 to receive 10% off your subscription. Note: LiveBarn camera coverage is limited to the ice surface and does not cover off-ice areas of the facility.


Click the button below to register for your semester through the Ice Hub.
Class space is limited- DON’T WAIT TO REGISTER!!