Welcome to AdventHealth Center Ice Learn to Skate USA

Learn to Skate

Skating is for everyone!

Our Learn to Skate program offers upbeat and interactive classes that provide the FUNdamentals for recreational or competitive figure skating and ice hockey. We follow a structure that promotes skill development to help the student progress to figure skating or hockey. Offering three main programs, IC’s Snowballs, IC’s Skate School and IC’s Hockey Superstars 101, we strive to help our skaters achieve their goals. Lastly, we follow the Learn to Skate USA nationally recognized program that is endorsed by US Figure Skating and USA Hockey.

From the first steps on the ice to mastering advanced techniques, and from children to adults, our program offers a curriculum for everyone. Our Learn to Skate program offers a dynamic system where skaters progress at their own rate and focus on development based on the ABCs of basic athleticism: Agility, Balance, Coordination, and Speed. Upon completion of the program, skaters can confidently advance to more focused areas of skating.

$159.00 + tax

7-week class: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays or Sundays

Discounts: Sibling discount 10% off for each additional sibling or AdventHealth Employee discount 10% (Discounts can not be combined)

Includes: Skate Rental for classes & 2 free Public Skate sessions (Skate Rental included)

$25.00 + tax

One-time fee for each for IC’s Snowballs, IC’s Skate School, or IC’s Hockey Superstars 101. See what each program includes in the boxes below.

$299.00 + tax

Receive unlimited Learn to Skate classes and
Public Skate sessions for the current series!

Program Schedule

Program Dates

  • Winter 2022 Series: January 4th to February 20th
  • Early Spring 2022 Series: February 22nd to April 17th
  • Late Spring 2022 Series: April 19th to May 29th

*LTS Camps Available for Summer, Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring Breaks

**Subject to Change

IC’s Snowballs

Our IC’s Snowballs program provides a fun and energetic atmosphere for children 8 and under who are ready to learn the basic fundamentals of ice skating. Upon completion of IC’s Snowballs, skaters can continue to progress into IC’s Skate School if they wish to further their skating skills or transition into IC’s Hockey Super Stars 101 if their goal is to play hockey.

Registration Includes: Snowballs sweatshirt, gloves, and bag

IC’s Skate School

Our IC’s Skate School classes are for children 9 years and older to adults, or for younger skaters who have completed the IC’s Snowballs class. IC’s Skate School offers structured instruction for skaters at the beginner to intermediate levels that incorporates warm-up and practice time to promote healthy athletic habits. Upon the completion of IC’s Skate School, skaters have concluded our Learn to Skate program and are ready to enter the Jr. Champions Program or IC’s Hockey Super Stars 101.

Registration Includes: A Learn to Skate USA Membership (a welcome packet including magazine, parent handbook, and a personal record book), gloves, and bag.

IC’s Hockey Super Stars 101

Our IC’s Hockey Super Stars 101 program is designed to introduce basic hockey skills, such as stick and puck handling, drill exercises and team work for children under 14. Skaters must have completed IC’s Snowballs or Basic 3 of IC’s Skate School to participate. Upon completion, participants can follow the pipeline to IC’s Hockey Super Stars 201; that will lead to Rec Hockey.

Registration Includes: Hockey jersey

Information & FAQ

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 Super Stars 101 are 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.