Competitive Academy

All skaters involved with the school program are encouraged to maintain high academic standards.  The Off-Ice program is composed of performing arts, ballet alignment, fitness, and sports science.  The On-Ice program offers training time, group classes emphasizing strength and endurance development, theatre-on-ice, stroking, artistic figures, and competition/test simulations.  The skaters are encouraged to develop confidence to perform in front of others, punctuality, and hard work practice habits.
Programs

Elite A

The Elite A Skater must have achieved 5 fully rotated triple jumps with GOE -1
or higher 
and be recommended for this level by the Skating Director and
Base Coach.

The Elite A Skater must have competed at the Junior or Senior level at Nationals.

Elite B

The Elite B Skater must have achieved 3 fully rotated triple jumps with GOE -1
or higher and be recommended for this level by the Skating Director and
Base Coach.

The Elite B Skater must have competed at the Novice level at Nationals.

Senior A Advanced

The Senior A Advanced Skater must have achieved a fully rotated double axel with GOE -1 or higher OR a fully rotated triple jump with GOE -1 or higher. Skater must be registered for Novice level or higher at Sectionals Series or
Super Series.

Senior A

The Senior A Skater must have achieved 5 fully rotated double jumps with GOE -1 or higher AND be registered for the Pre-Novice level or higher at Sectionals Series or Super Series.

Senior B Advanced

The Senior B Advanced Skater must have achieved 2 fully rotated double jumps with GOE -1 or higher.

Senior B

The Senior B Skater must have achieved a fully rotated single axel AND be approved for this level by the Skating Director and Base Coach.

Intermediate

This program is geared towards Skaters involved in competitive skating.  Advancement to this level is subject to the approval of the Base Coach and/or the Skating Director.

Intro to Junior and Junior Academy

Skaters are introduced to developmental stages of competitive skating, including edges, jumps, spins, footwork, and musical interpretation. The On-Ice and Off-Ice sessions are taught by our competitive team of coaches with constant supervision. Private lessons with a base coach begin when a skater is ready (in Junior Academy). Intro to Junior Academy skaters are recommended to be under the age of 6 years old and they skate once a week. Junior Academy skaters are recommended to be under the age of 8 years old and they skate twice a week. For both levels, skaters must be approved by the Skating Director to enter
the program.

Locations



Director:        Tracey Wainman

Consultant:   Joanne McLeod

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