Learn to Skate
We offer Learn to Skate USA classes for all levels and all ages (Age 2 through Adult). Our classes provide fundamental grass root skills while creating a fun atmosphere. Whether you hope to play hockey, advance as a figure skater, or just skate for fun, this is the place to start!
Wednesday’s 5-5:50 pm or
Saturdays 9-9:50 am
Learn to Skate – Open Skate: REGISTER (Read Instructions Below)
- Wednesday, November 23rd, 5-5:50 PM
- Wednesday, November 30th, 5-5:50 PM
- Saturday, December 3rd, 9-9:50 AM (World Figure Skating Day!)
- Saturday, December 17th, 9-9:50 AM
- Wednesday, December 21st, 5-5:50 PM
- Wednesday, December 28th, 5-5:50 PM
**Parents and Siblings you are welcomed to purchase the ice time to skate with your skaters on these sessions and join in on the fun!*
You can register for these by visiting entryeeze under the Learn to Skate Sessions option!
Bring a new skater for free!
During our learn to skate open skates, we are allowing first time skaters with our LTS Program (under 18) to try it for free. The price of rental skates is not included. Invite your friends and family to enjoy time on the ice!
LTS Session 3: Jan 4th/7th – February 1st/4th (5 weeks) – Registration Opening Soon!
Learn to Skate class consists of 25 minutes of instruction by a certified Learn to Skate USA Coach and 25 minutes of monitored practice ice including fun & games.
**Exception for SnowPlow Sam Classes (Ages 6 & under): The introductory Snowplow Sam 1 class is a parent/child class.
If a parent or other caretaker is not able to accompany the child on the ice please let us know as we have assistants available. Snowplow Sam levels 2 and above do not require a parent on to accompany the child on the ice.
All Snowplow Sam classes are 25 minutes in duration with a certified Learn to Skate USA Coach. Snowplow classes do not include 25 minutes of practice ice, however practice ice can be purchased separately by on the registration page. The reduced ice time is reflected in the class cost.
*Learn to Skate USA Membership (REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE) – Click Here
- Skates should fit, please don’t leave growing room.
- Skates should have good ankle support, and only have one blade.
- It’s best to wear thin socks in the skates, comfortable tighter fit clothing, and gloves or mittens.
- We strongly advise skaters to wear a helmet. Especially skaters 7 and under who have less than a year of skating experience.
- We teach the Learn to Skate USA curriculum. This includes the following levels: Snowplow Sam 1-4, Hockey 1-4, Basic 1-6, & Freeskate Levels
- In accordance with state requirements, face masks will not be mandated during Learn to Skate. However, please do what you need to do to stay safe. Do not ever hesitate to wear your face mask, distance and do anything you need to personally. We have always taken the stand that when and how you come out of this pandemic is and should be a personal choice for your family. So we will always honor and respect what you choose to do.
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Freestyle Ice/Private Lessons
We offer a program structure encompassing the needs of both recreational and competitive skaters. Whether the goal is to skate at a competitive level or to skate recreationally, we have coaches who will work hard to help you reach your goals! In the last few years, we have had skaters test through their senior moves in the field test, as well as compete at the EGL Regional Championships, the Michigan High School States Championships. For more information, contact us @ 810-991-4275 or email us at email@example.com.
Howell Unified High School Figure Skating Team
High School skaters from Howell, Fowlerville, Linden join together as one as the Howell Unified Figure Skating Team. For the past two seasons, our team has been district champions, and has advanced on to the State Championships, placing in the top 4. For more information please contact head coach, Elena Palmer Strong @ firstname.lastname@example.org .