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General Information

Our Mission:

Ice Station Valencia is committed to providing our skaters with the most courteous attention and service possible. We will teach our Skating Academy skaters the basic skills of each level in accordance with the standards of the Ice Skating Institute. Our main goal is for every skater to correctly learn all the skills introduced in a level before advancing to the next level. Our Professional Instructors will motivate skaters to improve their abilities while offering a challenging, yet fun curriculum. We will continually strive to improve our programs for our most valuable asset - our skaters.

 Skating Academy Benefits:

  • Ten group lessons taught by a professional instructor
  • One free public session & free skate rental on the day of the group lesson
  • 6 free public session passes, some exclusions apply
  • Exclusive early re-enrollment discounts
  • Pro shop, Restaurant and Birthday Party Discount Coupons
  • One free off-ice trial class coupon
  • One buy one get one free public session coupon
  • Class participation certificate suitable for framing
  • Annual membership in the Ice Skating Institute
  • Make up class card for unlimited make ups (Summer semesters only)
  • Classes limited to 12 participants, excluding specialty classes
  • All benefits expire on the last day of the semester

Skating Academy Newsletter
Each semester the Skating Academy publishes a Newsletter filled with exciting tips and the latest events around Ice Station Valencia. Click here to download the current edition of the Skating Academy Times today!

Tuition & Enrollment Information:
Registration accepted at the Ice Station Front Desk, by fax, or by mail.

Download Skating Academy FAQ's and Class Descriptions
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Registration Fees:
$175 per Semester for 30-minute Skating & Off-Ice Classes
$200 per Semester for 45-minute Skating & Off-Ice Classes
$225 per Semester for 60-minute Hockey Clinics
10% Discount on multiple enrollments, some restrictions apply
A Non-Refundable Annual Ice Skating Institute membership of $15 is charged at the time of enrollment.

Individual Class Fees for Drop-Ins and Trial Classes:
$20 Drop-In Fee for Power, Ballet & Off-Ice Conditioning Classes
$20 Trial Class Fee for Beginner Classes only (NO REFUNDS)
$25 Drop-In Fee for Adult Stickhandling & Hockey Clinics

Checking In for Class:
Participants must always check in at the front desk or box office to receive an admission sticker.  This sticker must be presented at the Skate Counter to obtain Rental Skates and must be worn and visible at all times while on the ice.

Make up Lessons:
Participants are allowed up to a maximum of 3 make up lessons for missed classes.  Make up lessons must be scheduled in advance with the Front Desk or the Skating Academy Director. Make up lessons may not be taken in full classes.  Make up lessons must be attended during the enrolled semester only and will not carry over into future semesters.  No credit or refund is offered for missed classes.

Trial Classes:
New participants may try our Starter Tots, Ice Tots or Pre-Alpha 1 classes for $20.  The remainder of the semester must be paid in full to continue in the class. No refunds or credits are allowed for trial classes.

Cancellations/Refunds/Credit Policy:
A signed and completed “Refund Request Form” must be received by the Skating Academy Director by the end of the third (3rd) week of the enrolled semester for all refund requests.  Enrollment card and any unused vouchers must be attached to the “Refund Request Form”.  A $10 cancellation fee plus the cost of any regularly scheduled classes taught prior to the refund request (whether attended or not) and any used Public Session Vouchers will be deducted from the refund amount.  There are no credits, refunds, make-ups or multiple enrollment discounts for drop-ins and trial classes.  Annual administrative fees are non-refundable.  Enrollments are non-transferable.  Refund requests submitted after the third week of classes will be accepted for medical reasons only, must have a doctor’s note attached and are subject to Managements discretion.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What should my child wear to class?
A: Children should dress in warm, comfortable clothing with lightweight socks and gloves or mittens.  Knit leggings, sweatpants, sweaters and sweatshirts are good choices.  We highly recommend helmets for all children under age 6.

Q: What are the class procedures?
A: We suggest arriving at least 15 minutes prior to the class start time.  Skaters must always check in at the Front Desk or Box Office to receive an admission sticker.  This sticker must be presented at the Skate Counter to obtain Rental Skates and must be worn and visible at all times while on the ice.

Q: How will I know how my child is doing in class?
A: Our qualified Professional Instructors evaluate your child during class and  provide each skater with a progress report during the 6th week of classes.  You  may also talk to your child’s instructor before or after class regarding your child’s  progress.  Before the semester ends, instructors will provide each skater with  an advancement letter with class recommendations for future enrollment.

Q: What if my child misses a class?
A: Participants are allowed up to a maximum of 3 make-up lessons for missed  classes.  Make-up lessons must be attended during the enrolled semester.  No  credit or refunds are offered for missed classes.  We do not allow make up lessons  to be carried over into future semesters.  To schedule a make up class, check the  current schedule for an appropriate class, then contact the front desk or the  Skating Academy Director.

Q: Should I buy my child his/her own skates?
A: Rental Skates are included with your child’s tuition and are appropriate for  beginning skaters.  As skaters progress, they benefit from the comfort, support  and consistency of their own skates.  Ask your child’s professional instructor or inquire at the Pro Shop for a recommendation of skates based on your child’s level.

Q: How often should my child practice?
A: We recommend skaters practice approximately 2 hours per week in addition to  their regularly scheduled class.  Skaters should practice the skills they learn in  their classes.

Q: What if I have more questions?
A: You may contact your child’s instructor or the Skating Academy Director with your questions, comments or concerns.  The Skating Academy Director can be reached at (661) 775-8686, extension  206.

  


 
27745 North Smyth Drive Valencia California Tel: 661.775.8686 Fax: 661.775.8681