Star Skate is the bridge program from Learn to Skate classes to Glacier Skate's figure skating club. Skaters that have passed Basic Skills levels are eligible to move up into our Star Skate Program. Skaters who desire to move up must be able to commit to the Star Skate schedule, which consists of weekly group classes as well as individual practice time. This program is designed to further develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of Freestyle and Moves in the Field while helping skaters learn how to train safely and independently.
Summer 2021 Star Skate Classes
Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:30am-12:30pm
June 15th - August 19th
***No Skating Weeks 5 & 7 (July 13, 15, 27, & 29)
Cost: $165 for summer group coaching, plus each class requires one punch using a Glacier Skate freestyle punch card.
Fall 2021 Star Skate Classes
Class times: Tuesday & Thursday
Cost: $95.00 for 7 weeks of group coaching, plus each class requires
one punch using a Glacier Skate freestyle punch card, which must be purchased before classes begin.
Star Skaters must have a valid Learn to Skate USA or US Figure Skating membership before registering.
Click 'Register' beside class(es) below to proceed.
Supplemental Private Lessons available
Private and Semi-Private lessons are available to Star Skaters and are offered for an additional charge. Star Skaters who are interested in supplementing the Star Skate classes with private lessons are also invited to sign up for freestyle session packages. Private lessons can be arranged by contacting our Directors, Kristin and Sean. Lessons with a Junior Coach are $20 for 30 minutes. Lesson rates with head coaches vary.
We are following the governor's orders and the school district's recommendations.
Class sizes will be limited, and groups will be spread out on the ice.
Masks must be worn by all adults and children over 5 years old in the lobby.
Skaters can remove their masks while on the ice.
All coaches must wear masks at all times.
Please practice social distancing and good hygiene and help us keep the rink open.