Skating is one of the world’s greatest sports! Skating in Learn to Skate USA is fun, challenging and rewarding regardless of age. Skating is a sport that can last a lifetime! Whether your goal is to aim for the Olympics, learn to skate backward, improve your overall health and fitness, impress your friends, or just to have fun on the ice, you can find it with our Learn to Skate USA program.
The Marquette Figure Skating Club (MFSC) has designed their program to provide a simple but progressive method of intimate small group instruction (3-6 Skaters) for the basic skills of ice skating.
REGISTRATION NOTICE: Our program is near capacity, please contact Director Jamie Weigold for availability. email@example.com
DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING BRAND NEW SKATERS THAT CANNOT SKATE ACROSS THE ICE ON THEIR OWN. WE WILL OPEN REGISTRATION TO BEGINNERS WHEN RESTRICTIONS ALLOW AND WE FEEL IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.
Teach children and adults the fundamentals of ice skating while building confidence and skills through each lesson. Provide a progressive curriculum that ensures success from the first steps on the ice to the mastery of advanced skills. Promote the health and fitness benefits of ice skating. Equip each participant with the foundation necessary to reach their goal, be it recreational or competitive in nature.
MFSC offers four 5 week terms on Tuesday & Thursday evenings. Ages 4 to Adult are eligible. A skater may have a choice of 1 or 2 sessions of lessons per week. Two sessions are recommended for optimal progress. All classes are held at Marquette’s Lakeview Arena and are taught by Professional Skaters Association, “Excellence on Ice” skating instructors.
T, Th 6:00-6:55pm JUNIOR CLUB (Pre-Freeskate level and above) 30 minutes instruction (full ice) and 25 minutes of practice ice
Term #1 T, Th – skills
Term #2 T-Skills/Competition Class for Escanaba competition 12/5/20 (prepare for elements event), Th – Skills
Term #3 and #4 T – Skills Th – Skills/Competition Class for Marquette competition 2/13, 2021 (prepare for elements and program with music)
Junior Club: Skaters working on Pre-Freeskate and above level will have the opportunity to continue working on badges with additional introduction to Freeskating, Moves in the Field and Ice Dance skating disciplines and competition preparation. Full ice will be used during lesson time.
MANDATORY Membership Fee: All participants must be MFSC and Learn to Skate USA members to participant. It’s $36.00 for the first family member and $22.00 for the 2nd family member. Membership is active from time of registration through 6/30/21. Due to Covid-19, there is no mandatory fundraiser for this year.
Rental Skates: $10.50 per/5 week term, per/night. Availability is limited, first come, first serve basis. Fees are paid to MFSC; please sign up for rental skates during the online registration process.
Pre-Registration / Late Fee Registration: Pre-registration is necessary. Class time and instructor assignments will be posted rink side on the first night of each term. Registrations received less than 72 hours (3 days) prior to class start date will be accessed a $10.00 late fee. Late registrations will be accepted after paying the late fee and based on class availability.
Fundraising: In order to keep ever rising costs low, MFSC members including Learn to Skate members will be asked to participate in fundraising activities.
Volunteerism: The Marquette Figure Skating Club is a non-profit organization run by volunteers and provides many volunteer opportunities. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Sandy Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Term 1 – 5 weeks||Tuesday||10-13-20 – 11-10-20|
|Term 3 – 5 weeks||Tuesday||1-19-21 – 2-16-21|
|Term 4 – 5 weeks||Tuesday||2-23-21 – 3-23-21|
|Term 2 Make-up – 5 weeks||Tuesday||4-6-21 – 5-4-21|
|Term 1 – 5 weeks||Thursday||10-8-20 – 11-5-20|
|Term 3 – 5 weeks||Thursday||11-12-20 + 1-21-21 – 2-11-21|
|Term 4 – 5 weeks||Thursday||2-18-21 – 3-18-21|
|Term 2 Make-up – 5 weeks||Thursday||4-8-21 – 5-6-21|
Beginner through Basic 6 level, 6:30-7:20pm
|Tuition and Fees||Multiple Night Discounts|
|1 Night||Savings||2 Nights||Savings|
|All 4 Terms||$345.00||$15.00||*$560.00*||$160.00|
Pre-Freeskate level and above, 6:00-6:55pm
|Tuition and Fees||Multiple Night Discounts|
|1 Night||Savings||2 Nights||Savings|
|All 4 Terms||$372.00||$15.00||* $640.00 *||$160.00|
*Payment plan available when you sign up for 2 nights, all 4 terms
BASICS $148.00 PER/TERM – JUNIOR CLUB $168.00 PER/TERM
LEARN to SKATE USA is the only ice skating program endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey, and U.S. Speedskating. LEARN to SKATE USA offers every participant a rewarding experience rooted in the lifelong benefits of ice skating.
Contact Jamie for more information on these activities. (See contact information below)
EXCITING….FUN…AFFORDABLE INTRODUCTION TO COMPETITION…CONFIDENCE BUILDING
Be a participant of Escanaba’s competition – 12/5/20 – Sign up Term #2
Be a participant of Marquette International Open Competition 2/13, 2021 – Sign up Term #3 and #4
SNOWPLOW SAM through FREE SKATE levels eligible (highest level passed)
Prepare for Elements event for Escanaba competition during Term #2, and Elements and Program with music for Marquette competition Term #3 and #4. Plus we will walk you through how to complete the registration, how to prepare for competition – what to wear…makeup…hair, learn to prepare and plan your competition day routine and what to expect on competition day.
In addition to the competition class fees, you will need to pay a competition entry fee of $60 for the first event $30 additional event per/competition, purchase a new/used dress and tights, pants & shirt in the case of males, that are appropriate for competition (we will help you with this).
Coaches will be assigned to each group.
HOW TO REGISTER: Online at www.marquettefigureskating.org
At top of Learn to Skate page click on Online Registration, fill out personal information, scroll down to competition class registration
COMPETITION CLASS REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 3 days prior to start date
(register early, limited enrollment)
QUESTIONS? Contact Learn to Skate Administrators
Jamie Weigold – email@example.com 226-6372
Notices Snow Days: Skating classes are not always cancelled when there is a school snow day. Please check the MFSC Facebook page or Website for information and as time allows an email may also be sent.
Due to limited ice time, there are no make-up classes for missed or cancelled sessions. This includes Skate Camp and Competition Class. Refunds will not be given for any reason except upon a physician’s written excuse. Membership & Fundraising fees are non-refundable.
Registration Process – Online Only
Pre-registration is Necessary
No Mail In Registrations will be Accepted
www.marquettefigureskating.org Click on LEARN to SKATE, then Register Online at the top of page, complete registration for each skater, you may pay by Credit/Debit Card (MC, Visa, Am Exp, Discover, and Diners Club accepted). EVERY SKATER MUST PAY FOR MEMBERSHIP AND FUNDRAISING IN ADDITION TO TUITION.
(If you do not have a credit/debit card, please contact the administrators)
Questions regarding this program should be directed to:
SafeSport Public Statement –
MFSC is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for members’ physical, emotional and social development and ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct. Members should not attempt to evaluate the credibility or validity of misconduct allegations as a condition for reporting to appropriate law enforcement authorities. Instead, it is the responsibility of each member to immediately report suspicions or allegations to Lorelei Johnson (phone: 906-204-4142 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or . Complaints and allegations will be addressed under U.S. Figure Skating’s disciplinary rules and procedures.
MFSC recognizes that the process for training and motivating athletes will vary with each coach and athlete, but it is nevertheless important for everyone involved in sport to support the use of motivational and training methods that avoid misconduct.