StarSkate Junior Program Registration

STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters of all ages to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. This program teaches figure skating skills in a group and/or private lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner and includes specifically designed awards and incentives. Skaters have the opportunity to take Skate Canada Tests through a nationally standardized testing system with the focus being on testing and local competitions over qualifying for national level events.

Skaters will graduate to our StarSkate Junior once they have moved through the various levels of our CanSkate program. This program is appropriate for skaters 6 years and older that wish to move towards Figure Skating Skills. Private lessons are available in this program and must be arranged by the parent with a specific coach. 

If you are unsure about what level is the appropriate level to register your child, then please email the club HERE or speak to your child's coach.

Your final price will include ice time, coaching time and our skaters development fee of $10, which supports the development of our figure skaters on a local and provincial level. 

Each fully paid registration between August and December will receive 5 draw tickets for one of 5 prizes for the Ontario Skaters’ Promotional contest.The random draw from eligible entries will take place at the 2018 Skate Ontario StarSkate Provincial Championship – March 17, 2018. 

(1) First Prize: 2018 Ford Mustang (est. value $35,000)
(1) Second Prize: $5000 Home Entertainment Package
(1) Third Prize: $3,500 Travel Certificate
(5) Fourth Prizes: 5 prizes of Apple MacBook Air 13” with computer bag
(5) Fifth Prizes: 5 prizes of Apple iPad Mini with Retina 16GB WiFi

 

Please noteIf you choose instalment payments with PayPal your payments will come out on four occasions at two month intervals from the date of your registration. For example, if you are registering on August 28th then your first instalment will be charged to your PayPal account at the time you register, your second instalment will automatically be charged to your account on October 28th, next December 28th and the last February 28th. 


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Skater Information
Contact Information
Family Information
Skating History
Sessions

Wednesday 6:10 to 7:00 PM ($520.00)
SEPTEMBER 2017 TO APRIL 2018

520.00

Saturday 4:10 to 5:00 PM ($340.00)
SEPTEMBER 2017 TO APRIL 2018

340.00

Bundle Discount

Selecting multiple sessions will save you money. Select the sessions you would like and the final total will be shown below.


By submitting this form THE REGISTRANT AGREES that the Lake Superior FSC, the John Rhodes Community Centre and Staff will not be held responsible for any accident or loss, howsoever caused, and agrees to release same from all claims or damages which may arise as a result of, or by reason of, such accident or loss. The Club does not provide off-ice supervision for skaters. It is the responsibility of the parents to provide all off ice supervision necessary for the safety of their children. The Club has the right to cancel or change any session due to insufficient enrolment or scheduling conflict with the City of Sault Ste. Marie, and is not responsible to replace such ice time lost.

Also, THE REGISTRANT gives permission for a photo or video of a child registered above to be used by the Lake Superior Figure Skating Club understanding that it may appear on the LSFSC website (www.lsfsc.ca). It may also be used in LSFSC publications including newsletters. Photos may also be used in print advertisements in local and district newspapers.

Guest/Drop-In Skaters

SKATER CLASSIFICATION

DEFINITION

SESSION RATE

Guest Skater

A guest skater is one who is not registered in a club program and skates from time to time.

$20.00 per session

$25.00 if the session includes stroking 

Drop-In Skater

A drop-in skater is one who is registered with the club.

$15.00 per session

$20.00 if the session includes stroking

(a session consists of 50 minutes of ice time)