Skating Club Programs

2017 Season Skating Club Programs

We are offering our annual Spring School for all programs again this year from April 10th to June 1st, 2017.  Summer learn-to-skate programs will run July 6 to Aug. 10th. Stay tuned to our Events page to see our registration dates and our full season schedule of events. All of our programs are taught by certified Coaches/Instructors and follow Skate Canada guidelines.

Other Program Information

Learn to Skate Programs

Preschool (ages 3-4)

A learn to skate program for children ages 3 to 4, offered in a group session format. Sessions run in play-based environment. Register today.

CanSkate (5 and older)

This is the Skate Canada nationally acclaimed badge program. Skaters learn to skate in a skills progression, group lesson format. Excellent program for those students wishing to move into figure skating or acquire skills for use in hockey or ringette. Skate Canada’s flagship program is one of the most sought after learn to skate programs in the world. CANSkate was developed by experts to teach the fundamentals of skating in a progressive and sequential manner. Designed for beginners of all ages, the focus is on fun, participation and basic skill development. Skaters are taught in a group lesson format by National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) certified professional coaches, assisted by trained Program Assistants. Register today.

Adult CANSkate is offered in conjunction with the evening CANSkate sessions. If you are wishing to learn to skate or would like to refresh your skating skills, our Adult program will fit your needs. Instruction is offered in a group format, or for adults who have prior figure skating experience, you are welcome to enroll on the Intermediate/Senior sessions according to your test level (you will be assessed by one of our Coaches and placed based on this assessment).


Figure Skating Programs

Intro to Figure Skating

For skaters who have solid skating skills and who wish to further their figure skating level. This program is offered in a group lesson and private coaching* format with most skaters working on their CanSkate badges or beginning their Preliminary Skating level. Register today.

Intermediate and Senior

Follows the recognized Skate Canada test levels from Preliminary through Gold. Private/Semi-private coaching* must be arranged by the skater. Senior level ice requirements: Must have completed Preliminary Freeskate or with Skating Club Board approval.

Visit our Registration page to download registration forms for the above programs.

*For a list of private coaches available, please contact the Skating Club at 519-275-2379.