Movement Within the Club/Academy
If the coaching staff assess a skater as ready to move onto a new level within the organization, the coaches will speak with the parents about this possibility. If acceptable, the difference in fees between the levels must be paid in full prior to moving onto the new level.
The NSSA/SSC understands the financial reality of everyday life. We strive to make skating affordable and therefore our Academy offers financial flexibility. Session fees for Preschool and Canskate programs can be divided into THREE payments. For our figure skating programs, the fees can be divided into FIVE payments. We require full payment or post-dated cheques at the time of registration. This is outlined on the registration form.
All skaters are required to pay the $36 Skate Canada fee, unless this fee is already paid to a different Skate Canada Club for the 2016/2017 season. Skate Canada season runs from September 1, 2016 thru August 31, 2017. If you have already paid your Skate Canada fee to another club, please notify NSSA/SSC.
At no time are parents/guardians or baby-sitters permitted on the ice, due to insurance coverage.
Program fees for 2016/17 have remained the same as the 2015/16 season.
85% of Club/Academy expenses for the season are for ice costs with the City of Stratford.
October 30th is the last day for refunds. A Doctors note is required for refunds after the start of the individuals session. They are subject to the Skate Canada fee, an administration fee and a fee for the sessions that took place prior to the Doctors note being received. All requests for refunds must be submitted to NSSA in writing. Refunds will only be given automatically to Preschool members on or before the 3rd skating week.
There will be a $35 charge levied on each N.S.F. cheque or stopped payment cheque returned.