Our Youth program is for skaters looking to learn new and fun skills in a team atmosphere. Together they will work on synchro elements as well as on individual skating skills.
Skaters must be under the age of 18 and currently enrolled in a Learn to Skate USA program or have a U.S. Figure Skating membership. Skaters in Snowplow Sam 3 through Pre-Juvenile Moves in the Field are welcome to participate and will be broken out into teams based on their age and skating skills.
Financial assistance may be available.
Learn to Synchro Performance Series
Our Winter Learn to Synchro Performance Series runs Sunday afternoons at Kraken Community Iceplex. All ages are welcome to join! Registration is open now!
- Sunday afternoons February 5 to March 19, except February 19. Show March 26th.
- 2:30-2:45pm on ice warmup on your own
- 2:45-3:30pm synchro practice
Minimum skating levels: Skaters who are new to synchro should enroll in Play Synchro, Synchro 1, or Adult – Learn to Synchro (ages 18+) based on skater’s age and Learn to Skate level. After the first day of class, coaches will adjust skater’s class level as needed.
Play Synchro is for skaters enrolled in Snowplow Sam 2, 3, or Basic Skills 2
Synchro 1 skaters must be enrolled in at least Basic 3 or Adult 4
Synchro 2 skaters must have passed Synchro 1 or have coach permission
Synchro 3/4 – Youth Intro Team skaters must have passed Synchro 2 or have coach permission
Teen Intro Team
Our Teen Intro team focuses on developing skaters synchro skills beyond the learn to synchro curriculum, with additional opportunities for exhibitions or local competitions. Practices take place at Kraken Community Iceplex. Reserve a spot now for our Teen Intro Teams here!
- Ages 12-18, Freeskate 1+
- 30 min of off ice practice, 60 min of synchro on ice
- Cost: $225 includes ice time, coaching, and costume rental
- February 5 and 26, and March 19—Sunday afternoons at 1:50–3:30 p.m.
- February 12, and March 5 and 12—Sunday mornings at 7:15–8:45 a.m.
- Show: March 26th
- No Ice on February 19th
Questions? Contact us to learn more!
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