Figure Skating 101

Prerequisites: Passed the Alpha Level in Learn To Skate

Our Figure Skating 101 program is designed for skaters who have passed the Alpha Level in our Learn to Skate program and are looking for sport-specific instruction. Lessons are taught in smaller groups, giving coaches more individual time with each skater. In this program, skaters will be introduced to beginner jumps, spins, turns and extensions.

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Figure Skating 101
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2024-25 Season Figure Skating 101 Sessions
Session 1: Aug 22 - Oct 10
Thursdays | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Session 2: Oct 17 - Dec 12
(No Class 11/28)
Thursdays | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Session 3: Dec 19 - Feb 13
(No Class 12/26)
Thursdays | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Session 4: Feb 20 - Mar 27
(*Only 6 Lessons, $102.00 )
Thursdays | 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
$ 135 00
/8 Classes
For the 2024-25 Season we will be offering 4 sessions of our Figure Skating 101 program, held Thursdays from 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM. Your registration fee also includes ISI Membership, Rental Skates (personal skates recommended) and a Free Freestyle Punch Card.
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Class Levels
Skates Guide

Each session is 8 weeks long and held once a week on Thursdays from 5:00 PM -6:00 PM. Each class will begin with an off-ice meeting in the lobby, followed by an on-ice group warm-up before splitting into respective class groups.

A completed registration and payment are required before stepping on the ice for the program.

*Registrations are NOT accepted after the second class of a session

All skaters wishing to participate in Figure Skating 101 must have completed Alpha Level in Learn to Skate. 

Rental skates can be provided per class, however, personal skates recommended, but not necessary.

Hair must be pulled back.

Please wear clothing that permits easy movement.

Long pants - skating pants or tights are required.

Shorts/skirts/dresses without tights are NOT permitted

Jacket - can not be tied around one's waist


Figure Skating 101 is broken down into various class levels that you will progress through as your skills are evaluated each class. 

Progression Levels:
Beta > Gamma > Delta > Freestyle 1-10

Rental skates are included in this program, but if you wish to purchase your first set of skates, please contact your private lesson instructor or skating director for more information!

An important note for first time buyers - brand new skates always need sharpened before use. 

If you are interested in figure skates, please visit our Figure Skate Guide Resource for more information!

Closed For The Season

S&T Bank Arena is a seasonal facility, the Ice Rink and all Ice Programs will be suspended from April – August. Our office hours during the summer season is Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM – 3:00 PM, feel free to reach out with any questions.