Ice Skating is a great way to stay physically fit and have FUN! Our Learn to Skate classes follow the curriculum of the U.S. Figure Skating program. The schedule includes classes for all skill levels ages 3 through Adult.
CLICK HERE for a list of suggested skater attire.
Register at learntoskateusa.com
Fee is $17.25
Bring a Copy of the completed form and Learn to Skate number.
Classes on Sunday Afternoon & Monday Evenings
6 Week Session
Parent Tot: For skaters ages 3-5 with little or no skating experience. Learn basic balance and skating skills in a fun, introductory class with their parent or adult friend. Adults should be able to skate.
Snowplow 1: For skaters ages 3-5 with little or no skating experience. Learn the basics of skating skills in an age appropriate setting. Classes feature low student-to-instructor ratios.
Snowplow 2-4: For skaters ages 3-5 who have passed Snowplow 1 or equivalent. Once skaters pass Snowplow 3/4, they advance to Basic 2.
Basic 1-6: Ages 6 and up. All beginner skaters will start in Basic 1. Classes cover a wide range of skating skills from basic forward and backward skating to more advanced elements and maneuvers. Skills build on each other as skaters progress through each level.
Adult: For skaters 14 and older. Classes designed for the mature skater interested in learning how to skate.
Freestyle 1-6: A more challenging class for skaters who have passed Basic 6.
Summer (Session 1)
July 8 - August 26, 2019
Fall (Session 2)
September 8 - October 28, 2019
Fall 2 (Session 3)
November 3 - December 16, 2019
Winter 1 (Session 4)
January 5 - February 17, 2020
Winter 2 (Session 5)
February 23 - March 30, 2020
Spring 1 (Session 6)
May 4 - June 22, 2020
Skaters interested in pursuing skating at a more competitive level are encouraged to join the Lansing Skating Club for private lessons. Instruction is available during freestyle sessions from introductory through the most competitive levels of skating. Visit www.lansingskatingclub.com for more information.
Fall hockey runs September-March and there are plenty of off season options including the FUNdemental Spring Training Programs, Summer Camps or even Private Lessons with our hockey skills cordinator, Ron Gay. Stop by the front desk for registration information, or visit the Youth Hockey Page on our website where you can explore all our Spring, Summer, and Fall options!