Please read before registering:
Unfortunately, if you have already paid for the Skate Canada Membership fee in Fall 2019 or Winter 2020 the new system will ask you to pay it again. Please complete your registration and email with SC REFUND in the subject box and your skaters name and your Skate Canada Fee will be refunded.
If you have an existing credit with KSC please create your account FIRST and then email with your account name and request for the credit to be transferred.
Select “View Classes” for class information and schedules
Click Register Online go! Link to proceed to Online Registration
Only Visa and Mastercard will be accepted by the online system
Follow directions of registration system
If you are a returning user of the registration system, you will still have an existing account
Confirmation of Registration will be sent to your email account
Please be accurate when selecting the Program you desire If you have any questions or are experiencing difficulties with the online registration system, please email and be sure to include your skater’s name and your phone number and you will be contacted as quickly as possible.
No refunds given, except for medical reasons, with a doctor’s certificate. Refunds will be in the form of ‘credits’ and subject to a $25 Administration Fee.
This Learn-To-Skate Program is designed specifically for school aged children 5 years & older. The fundamentals of skating emphasized include Balance, Posture, Forward and Backward skating, Stopping, Turning, Spinning, Jumping and the Four Basic Edges. Participants earn badges while learning basic skating skills.
The CanSkate Learn-To-Skate classes are for skaters working on Stage 1 through Stage 6 of the CanSkate Badge program.
* 5 year olds ONLY must be strong, independent skaters with previous Learn to Skate Experience to Register for CanSkate. If your 5 year old is new to skating, please register for the Canskate Tots 5 year old class.
A Power Skating Program taught by "Skate Canada" certified CanPowerSkate Coaches. This Program teaches skating techniques of special interest to Hockey & Ringette players. It will help develop balance, power, agility and endurance.
PreCanPowerskate Class - Specific to 5 & 6 year olds with atleast one year of hockey experience.
Advanced Powerskating - Skills focus on quick feet, acceleration, deceleration, core strength, stabilization and explosive power. Use of pucks is incorporated into most drills.
Full hockey equipment must be worn for all classes!
Can Tots Classes
The focus of this Program is to teach 3, 4, & 5 year olds how to skate within a relaxed & fun atmosphere. The child must be able to work independantly from parents and be comfortable in a group setting. 3 year olds require some previous skating experience on the ice.
Please ensure that 3 year olds are able to "STAND UP & WALK on the floor in skates" prior to registering. Skaters MUST be the qualifying age of program at the time of Registration. In order to register for the 3 year old Tots class, skater must already be 3 years old at the time of Registration. Same goes for 4 and 5 year old classes.
This Level of skating is for skaters 11 yrs & under that have PASSED the
Stage 4 Badge of CanSkate. Participants will receive advanced coaching in
small groups, continuing to progress through the CanSkate Badges with a
focus on the fundamentals of Figure Skating. Graduates of this program will
be prepared to enter into the KSC Test/Competitive programs.
Spring 2020 Programs Cancelled!
Due to the high volume of emails with the new registration system please allow 24 hours for a response before sending a follow up email.
1. All credits are subject to a $25.00 Administration fee.
2. Credits must be used for the original skater. Credits cannot be transferred to another skater or family member.
3. Credits must be used within one year from date of issue.
This Level of skating is for skaters 18 years of age or older looking to learn the fundamentals of skating or fine-tune skills. Lesson time is divided among skaters in individual and some small group lessons. Free time to work on skills is given to encourage a relaxed, informal environment. Coaches circulate through skaters during sessions offering instruction and guidance where needed. Adult figure skaters are welcome.