Aspire Program

The aspire program offered by the Blue Ridge FSC bridges the gap between learn to skate group classes and full US Figure Skating membership. Aspire offers skaters an affordable way of developing figure skating skills while working on and off the ice. The program is designed to help skaters train like figure skaters! The supportive group environment will teach you how to warm up like a champion, navigate freestyle sessions and even practice on your own. Before you know it, you will be ready for private lessons and your first competition!

Aspire Program

The aspire program offered by the Blue Ridge FSC bridges the gap between learn to skate group classes and full US Figure Skating membership. Aspire offers skaters an affordable way of developing figure skating skills while working on and off the ice. The program is designed to help skaters train like figure skaters! The supportive group environment will teach you how to warm up like a champion, navigate freestyle sessions and even practice on your own. Before you know it, you will be ready for private lessons and your first competition!
The Aspire Program Description:
A successful, full-service club and facility offers programs at every level up the chain. After you completed Learn to Skate USA you may be wondering what is next for my skater.
The Aspire Program offers a well-defined clear vision of what comes next. This program will keep your new skater engaged and learning new skills quickly, in a fun group environment, progressing their skills and showing the benefits of figure skating and club membership.
Membership: Participating skaters should be a member of U.S. Figure Skating, either as a current Learn to Skate USA member or club introductory member. A one year ‘introductory’ club membership category is suggested to help families make the transition to club membership. This way, when they are ready to test their pre-preliminary moves and free skating, they will be eligible.
Schedule: The Aspire Program is delivered as a set fee which includes ice time once a week. We understand we are working with beginner skaters looking to become more invested in the sport of figure skating. Session will consist of ½ hour lesson time for the skaters in the format of a small group lesson, followed by ½ hour of freestyle time to practice the skills learned. Skaters should be encouraged to attend at least one other time during the week to practice on their own and/or have a private lesson. Evaluations and feedback will be shared with the skater and
parents regarding their progress every two months. U.S. Figure Skating test-level perfection is not expected in this program.
Ability divisions: After all the skaters are registered, they will be sorted into smaller groups by ability. Sorting is first by ability and then age, if possible. Every attempt will be made to have no more than seven skaters per group.
For more information on dates times and costs, contact our Aspire Program Coach. Carmina Monaco. 

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