- Learn to Skate (LTS)
- Jump Into Skating
- Snowplow Sam 1-4
- Basic 1-6
- Freeskate 1-6
For the above classes, skaters are evaluated at the end of each session to see if they are able to move on to the next level.
- Skating Skills (previously Moves - must be Pre-Freeskate or higher level to sign-up)
- Jumps & Spins (must be Pre-Freeskate or higher level to sign-up)
- Art on the Edge
- Adult Skate
- Hockey Skills
- Off Ice Conditioning
- Ice Sculptures Solo Team (Competition Team) - open to all levels and other clubs
- Synchronized Skating Team (not offered this season)
- Private Lessons
- Specialty Clinics
SNOWPLOW SAM CLASSES
The Snowplow Sam levels are introductory classes divided into four progressive levels allowing children with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning the basic skills of skating. These classes are designed to help children six and younger develop the ABCs of movement – Agility, Balance, Coordination and speed. The ABCs are essential for developing fundamental movement skills and physical literacy. All classes will be taught in a safe and positive environment, incorporating fun and games making class time an enjoyable experience for all. Off-ice orientation prior to the first skating class: Equipment check – Proper fit and lacing of skates, appropriate attire, and safety helmets. Practice falling and recovery, marching in place, dips and one-foot balances.
BASIC SKILLS CLASSES
Basic Skills teaches the FUNdamentals of ice skating and provides the best foundation for figure skating, hockey, and speedskating. Six progressive levels introduce forward and backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, and turns. Upon completion of the Basic Skills 1-6 levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating. All classes will be well-structured with the focus on proper skill development taught in a positive, FUN, and social environment. Skaters will progress at their own rate and advance after skill mastery is demonstrated. Discover, Learn and Play – Basic 1 and 2: These introductory levels allow new skaters with no prior skating experience to build confidence while learning to skate. FUNdamentals – Basic 3–6: These levels develop all of the fundamental skating skills on the ice. Focus is on learning the ABCs of basic athleticism: agility, balance, coordination and speed. Upon completion of these levels, skaters will be able to confidently advance to more specialized areas of skating. Off-ice orientation: • Equipment check: proper fit and lacing of skates, appropriate attire, safety helmets • Practice falling and recovery, marching in place, dips and one-foot balances in skates
FREE SKATE CLASSES
Each free skate level consists of a variety of progressive skating skills, transitions, spins and jumps — all of which build on the previous skill, providing skaters a strong foundation of all elements. These levels will be taught in a positive and interactive group format such as a bridge program, circuit classes or as an introductory training program. Instructors will focus on quality and mastery of skills.