2019 Fall Learn to skate
registration now open
6 week sessions
Fall Session 1: 9/28, 10/5, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2 Fall Session 2: 11/9, 11/16, 11/23, 12/7, 12/14, 12/21
Lace those skates up.
Do you need to learn basic fundamentals to get started? Are you ready to master more challenging skating skills? Either way, our comprehensive approach on conquering individual elements gives you the skills, the knowledge, the urge to go far on the ice. And even further in life.
Mission: To provide a fun and positive
experience that will instill a lifelong
love of skating.
In the Vernon Rink, 30 Weibel Ave., Saratoga NY 12866
Saratoga Springs Figure Skating Club’s Learn-to-Skate program is…
- A goal-oriented program that provides incentive and encouragement to keep skaters motivated.
- A personalized approach that allows skaters to progress at their own rate and advance after skill mastery is demonstrated.
- A curriculum that offers something for everyone—from first steps on the ice to mastering advanced techniques
Payment can be made by credit card online using links bellow.
Fees and links to pay here:
Learn to Skate Basic Skills Session 1 (1/2hr instruction & 1/2hr practice ice) $90
Basic Skills + Specialty Class Session 1 (1/2hr skills + 1/2hr class) $153
Learn to Skate Basic Skills Sessions 1&2 (1/2hr instruction & 1/2hr practice ice) $170
Basic Skills + Specialty Class Sessions 1&2 (1/2hr skills + 1/2hr class) $295
Alternatively, you may pay by check by sending to address on registration form.
Skaters will be placed in appropriate level program in accordance with their abilities determined by instructors
Please contact Sara firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or call Bart at 518 490-1231.
About the Program
A curriculum that offers something for everyone from the first steps on the ice to mastering advanced techniques. Solid skill development based on the ABCs of basic athleticism—Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed. A progressive system that, upon completion of the program, allows skaters to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating.