Learn to Skate at ISCC

Our goal is to teach the fundamentals of skating using a variety of safe and enjoyable instructional techniques. The Learn to Skate Program strives to develop strong basic skating skills (i.e. forward & backward skating, edges, turns, basic spins & jumps,) self-confidence and encourages participation at the recreational level. Learn to Skate provides exercise and enjoyment for the whole family.

Learn to Skate is for all ages -- adults too!

Each class consists of 40 minutes of group instruction followed by a 10 minute open skate where skill practice is encouraged. Helmets are highly recommended, but you need to bring your own. Remember to dress warmly with mittens, pants and layered garments.

We also offer Learn to Skate Hockey, designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skating and power skating. This program will teach skaters how to be more proficient and agile on the ice while learning and developing hockey skills.

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For more information, contact Breanna Roy at intlskatingcenter@gmail.com or 860.651.5400

Learn to Skate Policies and Procedures

ISCC reserves the right to cancel the program or class day if there is not sufficient registration. There are no refunds given once a skater is registered.

Students may join a class at any time, provided there is room in the class. You may not pro-rate the original fee if you know that you will be missing a class for any reason.

Make-Up Policy and Procedure

If class is canceled due to inclement weather, ISCC will provide either an additional day at the end of the session or offer another day that same week to make up the time. There will be no make-ups offered per individual.

All skaters must register with Learn to Skate USA or USA Hockey prior to signing up for Learn to Skate, Juniors, Intro to Synchro, Hockey Learn to Skates, Adult Learn to Skate, Freestyke Workshop, and Skating School. Proof of membership must be presented at time of registration.

Skaters will be tested throughout the session to determine their proper level. Sometimes, skaters will need to repeat a level to better prepare them for more difficult levels.

Throughout the year, ISCC may offer special events for skaters in our Learn to Skate Program like exhibitions, recitals, competitions, etc. ISCC reserves the right to use a portion of the class time for demonstrations or clinics.

Please register one week prior to class starting. Walk-ons are permitted on a class by class basis provided there is room in the class.

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