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Learn to Skate

Our "Learn to Skate" and "Learn to Play" programs are perfect for kids and adults. These curriculum based classes follow the Learn to Skate USA skating program, providing instructors for each level. The link below lists all of the programs and the curriculum needed for placement and advancement.


LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

Fall 2 Learn to Skate:   

  (8 week session)

Tuesdays: October 23 - December 11, 2018 @ 9:20-9:50am

Thursdays: October 18 - December 13, 2018 (No Class 11/22)

@ 5:00-5:30pm (LTS)

Saturdays: October 20 - December 15, 2018 (No Class 11/24)

Depends on Level @ 10:50-11:20am or 11:25-11:55am

Sundays: October 21 - December 16, 2018 (No Class 11/25)

Depends on Level @ 10:20-10:50am or 10:50-11:20am

 

Fall 2 Learn to Play Hockey:   

  (8 week session)

Thursdays: October 18 - December 13, 2018 (No Class 11/22)

@ 4:30-5:30pm

Saturdays: October 20 - December 15, 2018 (No Class 11/24)

@ 10:20-11:20am

Winter Learn to Skate:   

  (8 week session)

Tuesdays: January 8 - February 26, 2019 @ 9:20-9:50am

Thursdays: January 3 - February 21, 2019 

@ 5:00-5:30pm (LTS)

Saturdays: January 5 - February 23, 2019

Depends on Level @ 10:50-11:20am or 11:25-11:55am

Sundays: January 6 - February 24, 2019

Depends on Level @ 10:20-10:50am or 10:50-11:20am

 

Winter Learn to Play Hockey:   

  (8 week session)

Thursdays: January 3 - February 21, 2019 

@ 4:30-5:30pm

Saturdays: January 5 - February 23, 2019

@ 10:20-11:20am

Step 1 - Required:  Required For Learn to Skate Program

 The Sport Stable Learn to Skate Program requires a membership with the Learn to Skate USFSA  program. Please complete step 1 prior to registering for any of the Learn to Skate and Learn to Play programs. This is required for new and returning participants and your USFSA number will be required to participate. Thank you!

 


Class Advancement:
It is not unusual for skaters to repeat a class, two or more times. Skaters are allowed to develop at their own pace. Skills taught build upon each other, and to move a skater up before they master a skill only makes skating more difficult. Skaters will be evaluated each session (First day and Last day) to determine progress. 

Instruction/Practice:
  All classes are 30 minutes with a 30 minute practice time during public session. Learn to skate participants only. 
Fees:

Class Fee - Winter 8 Week Class - $99.00 (Learn to Skate - Snowplow - Pre-Freestyle); $115.00 Freestyle Classes; $115.00 Learn to Play Hockey

Price includes a half hour lesson, half hour practice on a public session and skate rental fee. Please check the schedule for the public recreational skating times.

 


LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY PROGRAM INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

Follow the steps for Learn to Play Hockey

The Sport Stable Learn to Skate Program requires a membership with the Learn to Skate USFSA program. Please complete step 1 prior to registering for any of the Learn to Skate and Learn to Play programs. This is required for new and returning participants and your USFSA number will be required to participate. Thank you!

 

Fees:
Class Fee (8 week sessions):  $115.00 

 17.25 (USFSA Membership Required)

Price includes a one hour lesson, half hour practice on a public session and skate rental fee.

Superior Residents receive a 10% discount, please provide proof of residency on the first day of class.
Instruction/Practice:
All classes are 60, with a 30 minute practice time on a public session either before or after class depending on the class the skater is enrolled. Learn to Skate participants only.

Class Advancement:
It is not unusual for skaters to repeat a class two or more times. Skaters are allowed to develop at their own pace. Skills taught build upon each other, and to move a skater up before they master a skill only makes skating more difficult. Skaters will be evaluated each session (First day and Last day) to determine progress. 

Learn to Play Hockey classes run simultaneous to our Learn to Skate classes. Skaters must have passed wither Basic 1 & 2 or Snowplow 1 & 2 to be eligible to join Learn to Play. Full gear is not required, but knee and elbow pads are HIGHLY recommended! Helmets of any type (bike, hockey, ski, etc…) are required. Also, we will provide the skater with a BHC jersey.

 

Step 2 Pick a Day

Make-Up Classes: There may be an opportunity to schedule a make-up class on another day that there are lessons. Only one make-up class per session with be allowed and has to be made-up in the same session, not in a future session.

Leslye Burch

Director of Youth Programming