Jr. Champions

Bridging the gap between learn to skate and your dreams!

The Jr. Champions Figure Skating Program is designed to continue the growth of the Learn to Skate athlete in the figure skating environment.  The program will bridge the gap between Learn to Skate group lessons and private lessons while making recreational and competitive figure skating an affordable option.

The Jr. Champions Program follows US Figure Skating’s Aspire Program.  Skaters will learn proper skill development and training techniques through athleticism and artistry while fine-tuning their fundamental skating skills.  This curriculum not only leads to success on and off the ice, but also encompasses introductory parent-education sessions and skating club spirit.

Levels + Curriculum

Levels

Pre-Free Skate (Excel Beginner)
Excel High Beginner (No Test)
Pre-Preliminary

Curriculum

All-in-One Curriculum
On-Ice Training: Jumps, Spins + Edges/Stroking
Off-Ice Training: Strength/Conditioning, Jump Technique + Ballet/Body Movement

Schedule

Tuesdays + Thursdays

6:15pm – 6:30pm | Off-Ice

6:45pm – 7:30pm | On-Ice

Saturdays

8:45am – 9:30am | On-Ice

9:45am – 10:00am | Off-Ice

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

It is recommended that skaters arrive at least 15-minutes prior to class. When you arrive, go to Skate Rental if you need skates. Assistants are available. Proceed to your designated rink and use your ID card to check in for class.

No refunds after the series has started, unless injury with a doctors note.
Make Up classes are available on any day that classes are offered within the current series dates. Prior arrangements are not required, please just come to your appropriate class at your convenience.

IC’s Snowballs: Requires skaters to wear a helmet and pants. Gloves and warm comfortable cloths are recommended.

IC’s Skate School: Requires pants and recommends gloves and warm comfortable clothing.

IC’s Hockey Superstars 101: Required to wear a hockey helmet with cage, hockey skates, shin pads,  hock gloves and hockey stick.

Ice skates should be tied tight and fit snug on a skater’s foot. Poorly fitted skates can be uncomfortable and prevent a skater from performing skills properly.

Below is an informational video on how to tie and fit ice skates.

Have a question?
contact our Figure Skating Department

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