Register for 2019/2020 Season
Welcome party is Tuesday 10/16, Skaters are welcome to skate for this hour, Parents there will be a short meeting during this time and then you are welcome to join your skaters on the ice with skates.
We are selling raffle tickets which will be handed out at registration. IF you miss getting your tickets please contact Lianne Scholl at . This fundraiser is part of registration and will be required this season.
Forms for the holiday exhibition will be handed out soon keep a watch for them. We are drawing our raffle ticket prizes during the holiday show. The top 4 raffle sellers will be out on the ice to draw the cash prize raffle winners
Our Spring show will be March 29th and 30th this year.
Parent & Me Class
This class is for the parents who want to go out on the ice with their child. This class is mainly for ages 2.5-4 years. This class is a parent class. Meaning there isn't constant coaching. The last 15min a coach will join the group to give some instruction. The fee for this class covers the ice fee. Parents are required to wear skates during this class.
The Tiny Tots group lesson consists of a 25 min lesson offered once per week for the period of 16 weeks. This program is for children 3 years (without parent presents on ice) to 5 years. This class follows the Snowplow Sam levels. Each skater receives an embroidered badge for each level successfully completed.
Learn 2 Skate / Hockey Class * For girls & boys of all ages. They work on
forward & backwards skating, hockey stops, hockey edges and some stick
handling. The main purpose of this class is to make our area Hockey
players stronger skaters.
Basic Skills Group Lessons A class for all ages that teaches beginning
fundamental figure skating moves. At this level there are Basic Skills Competitions
throughout Minnesota where our skaters can show off their skills in a competitive setting. Basic skills group lessons consist of a 45minute class offered once a week for a period of 16 weeks. The program encourages ice skating at all levels, designed to keep students excited about skating from the time they begin until they achieve their goals. Each skater receives an embroidered badge for each level successfully completed. There is a total of 6 basic skill levels.
Skaters work one on one with a coach.
Skaters at this level work on their Moves in the Field and Freeskate routines.
After lessons, skaters have independent practice time which teaches them how to prioritize their time, set goals,
work toward perfecting their skills and routines.
Skaters at these levels can also compete regionally at USFSA competitions.
Private skating fee covers the ice fee only. It is the parent/skater responsibility to obtain a coach from the list of private instructors. All coaches are listed on the club website. All lesson Fees are paid directly to your coach that you have contracted lessons with.
Once a skater has passed Basic 4 they may join privates.
Jumps and Spins Clinics
Guest coaches from neighboring communities come to teach higher level jumps and spins.
Junior Instructors Once skaters have passed their first four USFSA tests and are 13 years old they can become Junior Instructors. Junior instructors assist our Certified Coaches and are in training to become Certified Coaches. Our Junior Instructors learn about working with all different ages and skill levels.
They learn leadership skills and the importance of giving back.
We are the Star of the North Figure Skating Club.
A non profit organization that allows our skaters, ranging in age from 3 to 70, to learn and practice their skating skills.
We're dedicated to helping our skaters to work to the level to which they wish to aspire.
No matter which level they get to,
each member is a valued part of the club.