Learn to Skate

  • The United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) Basic Skills Program has been developed as a beginning ice skating program that is challenging and rewarding - but most of all fun. Participation in the program will enable skaters of all ages and abilities to learn the fundamentals of ice skating while teaching them the skills necessary to advance to a competitive or recreational figure skating, ice hockey, or speed skating program.



Snowplow Sam for Tots (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday Ages 3 & 4)

  • Ages 3 to 4 are placed into the USFSA Snowplow Sam program. This program is designed to help pre-school age children develop the preliminary coordination and strength necessary to maneuver on skates. Snowplow Sam has three progressive levels that will help the young skater develop confidence while experiencing success with his or her beginning skating! Graduates of Snow Plow Sam move on to the Basic 1 class for 4 & 5 year olds (Mon & Thurs).

Basic 1-Basic 8 (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday)

  • Beginner skaters, ages 4 to 17, are introduced to the basic skating techniques in a safe and controlled environment. Each class session and level following Basic 1 is progressive, building upon skills taught in the previous lesson.

Advanced Freestyle (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday - Jumps & Spins)

  • Skaters must have past Basic 8 or have the Learn to Skate coordinator's approval to register for this class. Class will focus on beginning moves in the field, jumps and spins.

Production Number Class

  • Skaters will have a chance to:  *develop the dramatic/creative side of their skating * be a part of a team while continuing to use their technical skills & make new friends both in and out of the club * skate at local competitions & shows. 

 Adult 1-Adult 4 (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday)

  • The adult curriculum is designed for the beginner adult skater. It is designed to promote physical fitness, improve balance and coordination. Each class session and level following Adult 1 is progressive, building upon skills taught in the previous lesson.

Learn to Skate Enrollment Application

First and Last Name
Birthday and Age
Previous Level Completed if any.
Contact Name
Contact Phone Number
Class Selection
Class Session

Contact Info

Ice Rink Front desk: 


Ice Rink Manager: 

425.322.2652 or Email

Ice Rink Supervisor:  

425.322.2653 or Email

Youth Hockey Director: 

425.322.2653 or Email

Parties / Group Skate: 

425.322.2653 or Email