Learn To Skate

Registration Opens June 2!

  • Sessions:
    • Summer
      • Wednesday – June 19, 26 July 3, 17, 24, 31 August 7, 14
      • Registration opens on June 2
      • All classes held at Cornerstone Community Center
    • Fall Session (Tentative)
      • Thursday – September 12, 19, 26 October 3, 10, 17
      • Saturday – September 14, 21, 28 October 5, 12, 19
    • Winter I Session (Tentative)
      • Thursday – November 7, 14, 21 December 5, 12, 19
      • Saturday – November 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14, 21
  • Class Times:
    • Wednesdays 5:20-6:20 pm
      • Specialty class 6:20-6:50 pm
    • Thursdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm
    • Saturdays 8:30 – 9:30 am
      • Specialty class 9:30-10am
  • Online Online Registration
    • New members : Select Apply for Membership.
    • Existing Learn to Skate members:
      • Go to http://greatergreenbayfsc.com 
      • Click on the Learn to Skate “Online Registration” link.
      • Choose “Access my Account” Tab under Existing Members 
      • Enter your email address and password 
      • Under “Contract Ice”, select “Browse & Purchase” 
      • Select Learn to Skate
      • Select Member 
      • Choose your class
      • Add it to your cart. 
      • Check out is on the top right-hand corner.


  • Skaters should dress in layers of comfortable clothing that will allow flexibility, such as knit pants.  Snow pants are okay.  We recommend a hat, gloves and warm coat.
  • Helmets are strongly encouraged for beginning skaters.
  • Single blade, sharpened skates are required.  Skate rentals are available at the rink.

Class Levels

For a curriculum chart, click on the class level name below.

  • Free Skate
    Prerequisite: Basic 6
  • Specialty Classes
    Only available on Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings in the Summer.  Classes will vary by session.
    • Hockey – The Hockey curriculum is designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skating. In four badge levels, skaters will learn how to be more proficient and agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques for the game of hockey are the primary focus of the levels. Skaters will learn the basic hockey stance, stride, knee bend, use of edges, and other necessary fundamentals to be successful in hockey practices and game situations.
    • Synchro –Is your skater interested in trying Synchronized Skating? Skaters Basic 1 and up are invited to sign up to learn basic synchronized skills: lines, wheels, blocks, circles, and more! This is a great opportunity for your skater to continue developing their skating skills while also participating in a team activity. This class will introduce you to our KICKS Synchronized Skating Program! For more information on Synchronized Skating, feel free to check us out on the GGBFSC Website!
    • Holiday Show – Holiday Show Practice is open to all skaters enrolled in class Thursday or Saturday!  Available only during the Holiday session of classes.
    • Private Lessons – Work one-on-one with one of our fabulous Learn to Skate coaches to help your skater pass to the next level.  Private lessons are only available on Saturday mornings or Wednesday evenings in the summer.
    • Skating Skills & Drills – Join us to learn the introduction to Skating Skills and Drills! In this class, your skater will work on increasing their overall skating skills. This class is a transition to more advanced skating techniques that your skater will develop throughout their skating careers! We will focus on power, balance, strength, and flexibility in relation to skating skills and technique. This class is open to skaters Basic 3 & up.
    • New! Aspire Beyond the Basics Class (Introduction to Club) – Are you looking to join the Greater Green Bay Figure Skating Club soon, to further your journey in figure skating? Join us for the Aspire Beyond the Basics Class! This specialty class will run as an Introduction to Club Skating with the Greater Green Bay Figure Skating Club and is a great opportunity for skaters to take part in before they enter the Bridge Program. Each week, the program will rotate through different areas of the U.S. Figure Skating testing and learning protocol. This includes Skating Skills, Singles, Dance, and more. It also incorporates different LTS Class Levels including Dance, AIM, and FS. In addition to these skating skills, skaters will learn the basics of Club Ice Etiquette and how a club ice session typically runs. This class is open to skaters Basic 4 and up. 

Learn to Skate Members are NOT considered Club Members (Full or Introductory) until completing the Bridge to Club program.

Learn to Skate members are NOT responsible for Volunteering, Ice Monitoring, or Committee hours.

If you are 13 years of age or older and are interested in apprenticing with the Learn to Skate program, please email ggbfsc.lts@gmail.com.