Visit our website sdice.com and click on the tab that says Skating School
to find descriptions of classes, prices and the current skating school schedule.
You have four different days of the week to choose from. Tues, Wed, Fri and Sat. You get one 30 min. class per week, free skate rental and unlimited public sessions to practice on.
That is not a problem. The price will be prorated to the number of weeks left at the time you sign up.
We accept new skaters each week and have extra coaches on the beginner classes for that reason.
You can make up on any of the other days classes are offered as long as it is within the current semester.
Yes, we have helmets for any skater who wishes to have one during classes. We have a fully equipped Sport Shop for any attire you may need such as gloves, tights, leggings, light weight jackets, skates and accessories.
You should wear a light weight jacket, slacks that are flexible to bend in and definitely gloves for your hands.
It is chilly in the rink so you want to stay warm.
Not during classes but, you can pay for admission and skate with your child during one of their free public sessions.
Not at all. You can start at any age. We offer beginning classes for all ages.
We also have many different levels for Adults so they can continue to learn and skate for years to come.
We offer classes from the beginner through advanced levels with many specialty classes including stroking, dance, jumps, harness, spins and synchronized skating just to name a few.
We have a wonderfully credentialed staff of instructors to meet all of your skating needs.
Private lessons are booked through the coach since they set their own schedules.
The Skating Director will be more than happy to help you in this area.
You can reach Wendy Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Private lessons can range from $30.00 to $40.00 per 30 minutes.
Not if you are in the skating school program. Normally what skaters do is book a private lesson on one of their free practice sessions per week.