*Spring 2019 Class Registration is Below!
FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH, ALL SATURDAY MORNING CLASSES ARE AT THE CHARLES M. SCHULTZ-HIGHLAND ARENA 800 SOUTH SNELLING AVE SAINT PAUL, MN 55116.
Learn basic skating skills, the fundamentals, and more advance skills! We have classes for preschoolers, school age kids, older kids, adults and for hockey skaters who want to refine their skating skills! Classes are fun and are geared to make you feel comfortable and challenged on the ice!
Each Class is 30 min long with a 30 min practice time!
Fall 2018 Session: October 13th- December 15th, 2018 *No Classes on Sat Nov 24th
Winter 2019 Session: January 12th- March 9th, 2019
Spring 2019 Session: March 16th- May 11th, 2019
|Class Time||Classes Offered|
|9:45-10:15 am||Snowplow Sam 1, 2, 3, & 4
|10:15-10:45 am||Snowplow Sam 1, 2, 3 & 4
Basic 1, Basic 2
Basic 3, Basic 4
|10:45-11:15 am||Snowplow Sam 1, 2, 3, & 4
Basic 1, Basic 2, Basic 3, Basic 4
Basic 5, Basic 6
Pre Freeskate, Freeskate 1 and higher
Hockey Skating Skills
Basic 1 & Basic 2-4 class
Boys Skating Class
The Snowplow Sam levels are designed to help the preschool-age skater develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. Skaters who are 6 years old and younger should sign up for these classes. Skaters in that age bracket who have never skated before or are new to skating should sign up for Snowplow Sam 1. Skaters may be as young as 3 years old, though they must be excited to skate, be potty-trained and are okay being away from mom and dad during their lesson.
A. Sit and stand up with skates on, off Ice & on Ice
B. March in place, forward, then glide on two feet
C. Dip in place & while moving
D. March followed by a long glide
E. Backward wiggles
F. Forward two-foot swizzles
G. Two-foot hop in place
H. Forward skating
I. Forward one-foot glide
J. Forward swizzles & Backward swizzles
K. Forward snowplow stop with skid
It's Great to Skate!
Fundamentals of the sport! These 6 levels of the program introduce the fundamental moves: forward skating, backward skating, stops, edges, crossovers, turns and Mohawks. Upon completion of the Basic 1-6 levels, skaters will have a basic knowledge of the sport, enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating. Classes will be 30 minutes with a 30 min practice time. Classes are for ages 7- 13 years old. Skaters within this age bracket who have never skated before should sign up for Basic 1.
These levels are the beginning levels to figure skating. Learn advance skating skills, spins, jumps and spirals! Skaters will work with their class coach to design a curriculum that fits the individual skater!
It's never too late to learn to skate! If you’ve skated as kid or have never been on the ice before, we can teach you how to skate and make sure you learn the basics (or even more advance skating skills too).
For skaters who want to refine their skating skills! No sticks or pads required, lots of edges, drills and crossovers!
Please email Director Melissa (email@example.com) for your options to make up missed classes.
Register for Learn to Skate USA $17.25 (Annual Fee)
Learn to Skate USA is a collaboration between US Figure Skating and USA Hockey. Registration is just once per year and you first must register here before registering for classes at St. Paul FSC to meet insurance mandates. Once you register, your membership will last through the end of May 2019.
IF YOU REGISTERED WITH LEARN TO SKATE USA LAST YEAR, THEN THIS YEAR YOU MUST "RENEW" YOUR MEMBERSHIP WHEN YOU LOGIN!
Register for Learn to Skate Classes with St. Paul Figure Skating Club!!
You will create an account on our registration system to register for classes. If you have more than one child, you will need to create a SEPARATE account with a unique login for each child (you can use the same email address but the password must be different) you are registering. If you receive a receipt for each individual child, then you signed up correctly.
Class Fee for 2018-2019 Classes: $133 for 9 weeks of classes
*Class Fees are non-refundable and are due at time of registration. Registration is on a first come, first served basis.
*Sign your skater up for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions for the level they are currently at. If they pass a level, the Director (Melissa) will automatically enroll them in the higher level for the next session.
Learn to Skate Director