Daytime Skating Classes

Daytime Skating Classes

Great for Pre-school and Home-taught Children. Enjoy the ice without the crowds! Our philosophy is to provide top notch, professional instruction for beginner through advanced skaters in a relaxed and fun environment. Chiller Learn to Skate classes are based on the fundamentals of United States Figure Skating (USFS) Basic Skills, and is an important step for those wishing to proceed on to ice hockey, speed skating or figure skating. Skating classes include a 30 minute lesson and 30 minute practice session.

 For more information, contact Jessica Ott -

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The January 2024 session (January 8-March 2) is underway.

Register soon for the March 2024 session (March 18-May 11).

January 2024 session dates:

  • Mondays, January 8-February 26, 2024. 
  • Tuesdays, January 9-February 27, 2024.
  • Wednesdays, January 10-February 28, 2024.
  • Thursdays, January 11-February 29, 2024.
  • Fridays, January 12-March 1, 2024.
  • Saturdays, January 13-March 2, 2024.

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If a participant is registered for a class where the prerequisite has not been met and the correct class is full, the cost of registration will be added to the registrant's Chiller account as a credit, and the participant will be added to a waitlist for the correct class.

Upcoming session dates:

  • January 2024: January 8-March 2 (8-week session)
  • March 2024: March 18-May 11 (8-week session)
  • June 2024: May 27-July 20 (8-week session)
  • August 2024: August 5-September 28 (8-week session)

We are excited to announce the following updates to our Learn to Play Hockey and Learn to Skate class programs! Beginning with the August session, we are changing our class names and schedules. This will allow us to simplify the process for those registering and will provide more flexibility for our students and coaches. Following is a brief description of the updated class names and the skills we will teach.

“Learn to Play and Hockey Prep” have been replaced by Hockey 1, Hockey 2 & Hockey 3. Once a child moves through the three-step introductory program, they will be ready to join an organized hockey league. CLICK HERE FOR MORE HOCKEY INFO >

“Learn to Skate” levels are returning to the Basic Skills class titles and descriptions.

Details of each level…

Parent/Tot & Stinger
Designed for kids 3-5 to build confidence while learning to skate incorporating fun and games.

  • Parent/Tot (ages 3-5): Skater w/ a mature helper on the ice
  • Stinger 1-4 (ages 3 & 4): Skater on the ice by themselves

Basic 1-6
The Basic Skills curriculum is available to skaters ages 5-17 who are taking their first steps on the ice. The main focus of this curriculum are the FUNdamentals of ice skating: Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed.

The adult curriculum is designed for both beginning and experienced adult skaters (ages 18+) who wish to improve their skating skills. Participation in the program will help promote physical fitness and improve balance and coordination while teaching proper skating techniques.

Pre Free Skate/Free Skate 1-6
The U.S. Figure Skating Aspire program is the bridge between learn to skate group classes and U.S. Figure Skating membership. Through the development of athleticism and artistry, skaters build a solid skill foundation that drives success on and off the ice.

For questions or for more information, please contact:

For private lessons, please contact Jessica Ott -

Learn to Skate USA Membership

It is recommended that all skaters participating in classes have a Learn to Skate USA membership. Membership provides numerous resources that will help the individual progression of each skater. 

Sign Up for your Learn to Skate USA Membership below and choose Chiller Skating School as your program!

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Member Benefits

Annual memberships are valid July 1-June 30. With your annual fee of $16* you will:

  • Be a member of the best skating program endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating.
  • Gain great information to make sure your first glides on ice are successful ones.
  • Receive a Welcome Packet in the mail, which includes a subscription to Learn To Skate USA® The Magazine valued at $3 (allow 2-4 weeks for delivery)
  • Receive secondary sport accident insurance
  • Participate in lessons, performances, competitions, and all activities associated with Learn to Skate USA®.

* Plus applicable processing and handling fee.

Policies & Procedures


  • Please go to the skate rental counter located at the front entrance of the lobby to get your rental skates.
  • Please meet your instructor by the ice surface. Instructors will stand next to signs stating CLASS NAME.
  • Please leave your skater with instructor and return to the lobby for the first 5 minutes of class to allow for   adequate room for an off-ice lesson. Once skaters are on the ice, all spectators are welcome to re-enter the  ice surface area.
  • To keep all students with other participants that are most similar in age and skill level, Chiller instructors will evaluate all students during the first class and move skaters to and from classes to make the most appropriate groupings.


  • Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to fit skates and familiarize yourself with the facility.
  • Please utilize the beginner figure skates which are easier to learn in. Only once a skater can confidently skate and glide do we recommend switching to hockey skates.
  • Practice walking, sitting on the floor and standing up for 5 minutes before taking the ice.
  • Make sure that laces are tied securely and tucked in.


  • Weekly lessons taught by professional instructors
  • Skate rental  


  • Refunds are not granted for missing individual classes, and are only granted if special circumstances prevent the skater from participating/completing the series of classes. Requests must be in writing, carry a per lesson charge, a $15 non-refundable registration fee, and require up to 6 weeks to process.


  • No make-ups during regularly scheduled classes will be permitted in order to preserve the appropriate student to teacher ratio.

Classes times may be changed or classes may be canceled depending upon enrollment.