We are extremely thankful to be able to offer limited classes to our existing skaters during this time.
In an effort to keep everyone safe, we must follow our rink's COVID-19 policies.
- Anyone exhibiting the following symptoms will not be allowed in the rink: temperature above 100ºF, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell.
- All class payments must be made online and in advance.
- Everyone must wear a mask and maintain social distancing at all times.
- A maximum of 25 skaters may be on the ice.
Southern Wisconsin Skating School
Whether you are age 2 or age 90, we are here to help you achieve your ice skating goals!
Our mission is to provide a fun and positive experience that will instill a lifelong love of skating.
Let's go on a journey together!
Registration for our Spring II Session is underway!
2021 Class Sessions
Spring II 2021
6-Week Session - $96.00*
April 17 - May 22
SPRING SHOW MAY 15th!
Registration is open.
6-Week Session - $99.00*
July 11 - Aug 22
NO CLASS Aug 1.
Registration opens June 19.
7-Week Session - $115.50*
Sept 4 - Oct 16
NO CLASS Oct 23
Registration opens Sept 25th.
Winter I 2021
7-Week Session - $115.50*
Oct 31 - Dec 18
NO CLASS Nov 27
HOLIDAY SHOW Dec 11th!
Registration opens Oct 2nd.
*Late fees may apply
Spring II 2021 Session Schedule
11:00am - 11:30am Classes, Practice, and Rehearsal
11:30am - 12:00pm Classes, Practice, and Rehearsal
For skaters interested in practicing on their own for one of the class sessions, please sign up for the "Practice (30-minute)" activity when you register. You will be able to skate on the ice for the 30-minutes you are not in your scheduled class.
Show practice time will be determined based upon sign ups! More information to come.
*Not all classes are offered each session.
Snowplow Sam 1 - 4
Ages 3 to 5
Designed for younger children to learn the joys of ice skating. After passing through all four levels, skaters will move on to Basic 2.
Basic Skills 1 - 6
Teaches the FUNdamentals of ice skating and provides the best foundation for success in both hockey and figure skating. After passing through all six levels, skaters will move on to Pre-Free Skate.
Pre-Free Skate - Free Skate 6
Levels comprised of a variety of progressive skating skills, transitions, spins, and jumps.
Designed for both beginning and experienced adult skaters who wish to start or improve their skating skills.
Focuses on proper warm-up techniques as well as exercises and stretches to improve .
Hockey Power Skating 1 - 4
Focuses on the fundamentals of skating skills, edges, turns, quickness, and agility for players to be successful in practices and games.
Created to help skaters advance more quickly through the basic skills curriculum. Focus on advanced stroking, edges, controlled turns, power crossovers, and other techniques.
Competition Readiness Class
Open to all levels.
Created to prepare skaters for the Snowplow Sam - Basic 6 Elements event in our upcoming Basic Skills Competition. Skaters will practice for the competition in groups just like during the event.
Skaters interested in competing in other events such as compulsory or program with music events should contact a private lesson coach to prepare. We are happy to connect you with available coaches!
Join the Southern Wisconsin Figure Skating Club
Membership with a local figure skating club is the best way for skaters and parents to stay connected with the sport and participate in a wide variety of programming. Whether you are a dedicated competitor, a brand new skater or part of a skater’s support network, a U.S. Figure Skating membership is the best way to be involved.
Joining U.S. Figure Skating is a decision that opens a variety of doors as you choose how to pursue your personal skating journey. Whether you're chasing an international career with Team USA or going for the gold at local nonqualifying events, members have access to the tools, resources and programming necessary to develop their on-ice career in a way that makes sense for them.
Only U.S. Figure Skating members are able to skate in sanctioned U.S. Figure Skating events, like the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Other membership benefits include:
- Certificates of accomplishment for passing proficiency tests and placing at U.S. Figure Skating qualifying events (athletes)
- Subscription to SKATING magazine
- Individually numbered membership card
- Coverage under U.S. Figure Skating's sports accident insurance policy
- Special offers and discounts from U.S. Figure Skating corporate partners
Find out more about our club on our "Join SWFSC" tab!
Registering for Classes
Registering with Learn to Skate USA
*You must have a membership number with Learn to Skate USA to sign up for classes.*
Your membership will need to be renewed annually. Membership year is July 1st - June 30th.
Visit Learn To Skate USA to register. Membership cost $16 + $1.25 processing fee.
Keep your membership number safe! It is your lifelong number.
Registering with Southern Wisconsin Skating School
Select the "Register Now" button at the top of this page.
Select the "Register Now" button after the listed classes.
Fill out the form with your information and list the skaters you are registering on the next page.
Select the class(es) you are signing up for.
Answer the brief questionnaire (skater's age, parent address and email, and Learn to Skate membership number).
Read and acknowledge the waiver.
You're all set! We can't wait to meet you for your first class!
Still have questions?
Contact Katelyn Llamas, Skating School Director
SouthernWisconsinSkatingSchool@gmail.com | 704-574-1221
The Southern Wisconsin Skating School does not discriminate against any member or potential member for any reason specifically, age, class, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or skating ability.