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Any skater may come try out a class at any level by paying a walk on fee. Payment in full from all skaters must be received prior to their first session on the ice

(unless other arrangements are made). 


Any individual walk on skaters must show USFSA membership. 


Summer Session ~ July 

Session 1 ~ November 1 thru December 20 

Session 2 ~ January thru March (show) 



The UASC strives to keep the costs of our programs as low as possible.  Please view registration download for cost of  group lesson(s) and ice time(s).  In addition, to the cost of the lesson, each skater will need to join the United States Figure Skating USFS. This membership is good for a skating season and includes a subscription to SKATING magazine. There is also a fee to be apart of our club and help pay administrative costs. This is also paid once for the skating season.



When available, UASC offers limited scholarship support to skaters in need.  In order to build our scholarship funds, please consider a tax-deductible contribution to UASC. Please fill out the scholarship form and forward it to 

Valerie LaCroix at


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Snowplow Sam: Designed for kids under six to build confidence while learning to skate incorporating fun and games making class time an enjoyable experiences for all.

Learn to Skate (levels 1-6):These lessons put the FUN in fundamentals as your skaters enjoy learning the basics of ice skating. (Beginner skaters older than six start with Level 1)



Hockey: group hockey lessons are for skaters who already posses the basic skating skills (level 4) and want to learn to be a more proficient and agile hockey skater on the ice. 

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Pre Freeskate /Freestyle: Transitions, spins, and jumps. More progressive skating skills like these give more determined skates the challenges they crave

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Please take a moment to fill out the required medical form, for all skaters before stepping onto the ice. Please update annually.

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