Learn To Skate
The Skate Trenton Learn to Skate program is perfect for anyone who is just getting started, and anyone who can already skate but wants to be better. Our Professional instructors will help you and your child advance through the levels at a comfortable pace. All of our instructors are registered and approved through Learn to Skate USA, offering you the best possible approach when learning how to ice skate.
Step 1: All Learn to Skate participants must be current members of USFS prior to registering for a class. USFS membership runs from 7/1-6/30 of each year, regardless of the time of registration.
Please visit www.LearnToSkateUSA.com to learn about membership benefits and register to receive your Learn to Skate membership number.
Step 2: Once you receive your Learn to Skate membership number, visit our online registration page OR visit us at the Kennedy Recreation Center to register for Learn to Skate lessons.
Register for the June Session by clicking here.
Learn to Skate Programs
Snowplow Sam: Ages 6 & Under
Preschool-age skaters develop preliminary coordination and strength to move around on the ice. The introductory classes are divided into four progressive levels for kids with no prior skating experience to build confidence in skating and themselves. Fun and games make this positive experience for your kids enjoyable and memorable.
Basic Skills: Ages 7+
The first stage of skills forms a strong foundation for your skaters to explore the world of skating. All will progress at their own pace working toward mastering each skill. Instructors encourage skaters to trade in hesitation for excitement as they grow a love for skating. FUNdamentals harness those skills as agility, balance, coordination and speed become the main focus of this curriculum.
Skaters who have completed the "Basic Sixes" enter the next set of curriculum in the Learn-To-Skate USA Free Skate levels. Each Free Skate level is divided into three sections: skating skills, spins and jumps. The levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation and it is at this point the skater can choose to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating.