Which class should I sign up for?
 

Snowplow Sam:
This class is for our youngest skaters. Snowplow Sam is geared toward those who have shorter attention spans, and would benefit most from instruction in the form of games and activities. Usual age range for this class is 3 years old to 6 years old

Basic 1:
This class is for beginning skaters who would benefit most from structured lessons, and goal-oriented activities. The usual age range for this class is 7 years old to 15 years old.

Basic 2:
This class is for those who have some experience with ice skating, but wish to refine their skill set. One-footed glides, backward two-footed glides, and curves are covered in this class. The usual age range for this class is 7 years old to 15 years old.

Adult Beginner Class:
This class is for young adults and adults who wish to learn how to feel comfortable on the ice. Falling and recovery, two-foot glides, and dips will be covered in this class. Usual age range for this class is 15 years old and up!

To sign up for Basic 3-8 or any Freestyle course, a coach's recommendation is required.


LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAMS

Our Learn to Skate programs are broken down into seasons (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.) Classes are held at the Fuel Tank at Fishers (9022 E 126th Street). Each session is a set of classes that meets once a week, for 8 weeks. Each class is set for 30 min. of instruction. All Participants must register online regardless of payment option.

Learn to Skate will be offered as a Thursday class or a Sunday class. There are no 'make-up' classes, so please be sure to select the time that is best suited for the duration of the 8-week session. 

The Thursday classes will meet at either 5:15p (Snowplow Sam1-Basic 3) or 5:45p, (Basic 4- Freestyle 6) depending on the class level. 

The Sunday classes will meet at either 2:15p (Snowplow Sam1-Basic 3) and 2:45p (Basic 4- Freestyle 6) depending on the class level. 

Thursday 5:15pm- Snowplow Sam1, Snowplow Sam 2, Snowplow Sam 3, Snowplow Sam 4,  Basic 1, Basic 2, Basic 3 

Thursday 5:45pm- Basic 4, Basic 5, Basic 6, Pre-Freestyle (Basic 7/8)Adult Beginner, Freestyle 1, Freestyle 2, Freestyle 3, Freestyle 4, Freestyle 5, Freestyle 6

 

Sunday 2:15pm- Snowplow Sam1, Snowplow Sam 2, Snowplow Sam 3, Snowplow Sam 4,  Basic 1, Basic 2, Basic 3 

Sunday 2:45pm- Basic 4, Basic 5, Basic 6, Pre-Freestyle (Basic 7/8) Adult Beginner, Freestyle 1, Freestyle 2, Freestyle 3, Freestyle 4, Freestyle 5, Freestyle 6

Session Dates:

Thursday:                                                                                                                                     November- 8, 15, 29
December- 6, 13, 20
January- 3, 10

Sunday
November- 11, 18
December- 2, 9, 16, 23
January- 6, 13


Learn to Skate USA ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

As a member of the Learn to Skate program at the Fuel Tank at Fishers Skating School you will receive the following:

  • An official U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills membership card
  • A record book with stickers to track your progress through the lessons
  • A membership year patch
  • Sport Accident Insurance
  • General information about ice skating and the ability to track your skating progress off the ice using the USFSA website and mobile app
  • Yearly subscription to the Basic Skills Edition of SKATING MAGAZINE
  • Certificates of achievement upon completion of skating levels
  • Instruction by approved USFS instructors who are some of the best in the area.

You must pay the USFS annual fee before registering for any Learn to Skate program. 

To Purchase a Learn to skate usa membership

The Learn to Skate USA annual membership is just $13. This membership runs July to June of the following year. It is required to participate in all Learn to Skate classes and must be purchased through Learn to Skate USA. 

Each participant must provide their membership on the first day of class.

To purchase the membership, CLICK HERE.

In the middle of the page, click on the circle that says "become a member" next to it. Follow the step to purchasing the membership.  Print the receipt with the skater's name and membership number.

The membership number must be given to check in before the second week of classes or the skater will not be allowed to participate in classes.

This membership must be purchased for each skater for every year (July through June the following calendar year).