Programs

Starts the 3rd Friday AFTER Labour Day in September.

For beginners and those wishing to improve their basic skating skills for figure skating, hockey or recreational skating.

Skate Canada’s CanSkate Program focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

All programs are taught by Skate Canada Certified Coaches.

Skate More, Save More!
  • 40% off 2 sessions
  • 55% off 3 sessions
  • 65% off 4 or more sessions
Fees and Refund Policy

Program fees are paid in installments. Most fees are non-refundable once the program has started. Please review our fees and refund policy before registering.

Parent & Tot – 30 Minute Session

Beginner skaters accompanied by a skating parent/guardian. The parent/guardian must be comfortable on skates and be able to assist the child during the lesson.

  • All child skaters are required to wear a CSA Approved hockey helmet. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.
  • It is highly recommended that the parent/guardian attending with the child wear a CSA approved hockey helmet to participate in these sessions.
  • Snow pants or waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.

The parent/guardian must pay the annual Skate Canada Membership fee before being allowed on the ice. This fee provides accident insurance for the parent/guardian.

Please Note: For insurance coverage purposes, the parent/guardian who signs up for the class must attend each week. No substitutions!

Sep 27/21 – May 16/22
Monday1:10 – 1:40 pm
2021/22 Program Fee
$553.90
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

CanSkate A – 30 minute group lesson

Beginner to CanSkate Stage 2.

This is a first introduction to skating. Skaters learn to get up by themselves, move forwards and backwards across the ice and slow down and stop.

Skating is combined with games and lots of fun!

  • 3 year olds are taught in groups of up to 5 skaters.
  • 4 – 5 year olds are taught in groups of up to 7 skaters.

All skaters are required to wear a CSA Approved hockey helmet. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.

Snow pants or waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.

Sep 24/21 – May 19/22
Monday1:10 – 1:40 pm
Tuesday6:10 – 6:40 pm
Wednesday4:00 – 4:30 pm
Thursday5:00 – 5:30 pm
Friday5:15 – 5:45 pm
6:15 – 6:45 pm
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session MembershipFrom $755.16
2 Session Membership From $921.82
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,042.90
4 Session MembershipFrom $1,093.68
5 Session MembershipFrom $1,376.21
6 Session Membership$1,658.74
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

Canskate B – 60 minute session

CanSkate Stage 2 – 6 taught in groups of up to 10 skaters.

Younger skaters who have passed Stage 1 and can manage a 1 hour session on their own can register for this program.

The CanSkate program has 6 Stages. Skaters earn ribbons for Balance, Control and Agility to earn their Stage badge. After completion of Stage 6 the skater is ready for our Figure Skating program.

  • 15 minute supervised practice
  • 15 minute group warmup with a Skate Canada coach
  • 30 minute group lesson with a Skate Canada coach

All skaters are required to wear a CSA Approved hockey helmet. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.

Snow pants or waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.

Sep 24/21 – May 19/22
Tuesday6:10 – 7:10 pm
Wednesday4:00 – 5:00 pm
Thursday5:00 – 6:00 pm
Friday5:15 – 6:15 pm
6:15 – 7:15 pm
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $902.40
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,082.88
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,231.78
4 Session MembershipFrom $1,284.42
5 Session Membership$1,610.79
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

IntroSkate – 60 minute session

Beginner to CanSkate Stage 6 taught in groups of up to 10 skaters.

Perfect for the late starter and designed to build balance, strength and confidence on the ice in a fun environment. Skaters progress at their own rate through the CanSkate Stages. After completion of Stage 6 the skater is ready for our Figure Skating program.

  • 45 minute group lesson with a Skate Canada coach
  • 15 minutes free practice time

CSA Approved hockey helmets are recommended for skaters of all levels. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.

Sweat pants or leggings, a warm jacket, and gloves or mitts should be worn.

Sep 9/21 – May 19/22
Thursday6:10 – 7:10 pm
Friday4:15 – 5:15 pm
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $909.76
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,125.83
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

Starts in September after Labour Day.

STARSkate
For skaters who have completed CanSkate Stage 6. Offers opportunities to compete in our Club Competition as well as Skate Canada Competitions outside the club.

CompetitiveSkate
For skaters seeking the opportunity to make Skate Canada’s National Team.

STARSkate and CompetitiveSkate share the same sessions.

Learn more here: Skate Canada Figure Skating Programs.

Skate More, Save More!

STAR 1, STAR 2

  • 40% off 2 sessions
  • 55% off 3 sessions
  • 65% off 4 or more sessions

Intermediate, Senior, Advanced

  • 22% – 72% off 2 – 10 sessions
Fees and Refund Policy

Program fees are paid in installments. Most fees are non-refundable once the program has started. Please review our fees and refund policy before registering.

For skaters who have completed CanSkate Stage 6.

Skaters are taught basic jumps and spins as well as the first level of ice dances.

  • 30 minute group lesson with a Skate Canada coach
  • 30 minutes practice time (Private coaching recommended)

Private coaching is optional at this level but recommended. Many new STAR 1 skaters begin the season without a coach and add private or semi-private lessons as they progress during the year. Coaches decide when their skater is ready to move up.

If a skater does not have a private coach, the skater must pass all STAR 1 assessments with a club coach before moving to STAR 2.

All assessments are done in-class by your coach.

Sep 7/21 – May 19/22
Tuesday5:10 – 6:10 pm
Thursday6:10 – 7:10 pm
Friday4:15 – 5:15 pm
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $919.68
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,138.11
3 Session Membership$1,293.30
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

For skaters who have completed all STAR 1 assessments.

Skaters work on their STAR 2 assessments for dance, skills and free skate.

  • 15 minutes stroking with a Skate Canada coach
  • 15 minute group lesson with a Skate Canada coach
  • 30 minutes practice time (Private coaching recommended)

We recommend at least two sessions a week. 

Private coaching is recommended to progress through dance, skills and free skate tests.

All assessments are done in-class by your coach.

Sep 7/21 – May 19/22
Monday5:10 – 6:10 pm
Tuesday5:10 – 6:10 pm
Thursday6:10 – 7:10 pm
Friday4:15 – 5:15 pm
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $939.30
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,145.34
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,322.59
4 Session Membership$1,389.25
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

For skaters who have passed any two of the following:

  • STAR 2 Free Skate (Solo and Elements)
  • STAR 2 Skills
  • STAR 3 Dance (A and B)

Stroking for the first 15 minutes of the session. The rest of the session is available for private lessons and practice.

We recommend two or more sessions a week.

Private coaching is essential to progress through dance, skills and free skate tests.

STAR 1 – 5 assessments are done in-class by your coach.

Sep 7/21 – May 19/22
Monday7:00 – 8:30 am
5:10 – 6:10 pm
Tuesday7:20 – 8:20 pm
Wednesday
*Limited Dates
*7:00 – 8:30 am
5:10 – 6:10 pm
Thursday7:20 – 8:20 pm
Friday7:00 – 8:30 am
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $982.70
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,533.02
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,758.08
4 Session MembershipFrom $1,947.65
5 Session MembershipFrom $2,105.52
6 Session MembershipFrom $2,236.75
7 Session Membership$2,180.97
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

For skaters who have passed any two of the following tests:

  • STAR 4 Free Skate (Solo and Elements)
  • STAR 5 Skills
  • STAR 5 Dance (A and B)

Private coaching is essential to progress through dance, skills and free skate tests. 

STAR 1 – 5 assessments are done in-class by your coach.

STAR 6 and higher assessments must be done at an NTSC or buddy club test day. Judges will perform the assessments.

Sep 7/21 – May 19/22
Monday7:00 – 8:30 am
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Tuesday4:00 – 5:00 pm
7:20 – 8:20 pm
Wednesday
*Limited Dates
*7:00 – 8:30 am
6:20 – 7:20 pm
Thursday3:10 – 4:00 pm
4:00 – 5:00 pm
8:30 – 9:30 pm
Friday7:00 – 8:30 am
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $995.72
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,553.32
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,781.37
4 Session MembershipFrom $1,973.46
5 Session MembershipFrom $2,133.41
6 Session MembershipFrom $2,266.39
7 Session MembershipFrom $2,364.05
8 Session MembershipFrom $2,459.09
9 Session MembershipFrom $2,680.08
10 Session Membership$2,850.96
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

For skaters who have passed any two of the following tests:

  • STAR 5 Free Skate (Solo and Elements)
  • STAR 8 Skills
  • STAR 8 Dance

Private coaching is essential to progress through dance, skills and free skate tests.

STAR 1 – 5 assessments are done in-class by your coach.

STAR 6 and higher assessments must be done at an NTSC or buddy club test day. Judges will perform the assessments.

Sep 7/21 – May 19/22
Monday7:00 – 8:30 am
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Tuesday4:00 – 5:00 pm
8:30 – 9:30 pm
Wednesday
*Limited Dates
*7:00 – 8:30 am
6:20 – 7:20 pm
Thursday3:10 – 4:00 pm
4:00 – 5:00pm
8:30 – 9:30 pm
Friday7:00 – 8:30 am
2021/22 Program Fees
1 Session Membership From $995.72
2 Session MembershipFrom $1,553.32
3 Session MembershipFrom $1,781.37
4 Session MembershipFrom $1,973.46
5 Session MembershipFrom $2,133.41
6 Session MembershipFrom $2,266.39
7 Session MembershipFrom $2,364.05
8 Session MembershipFrom $2,459.09
9 Session MembershipFrom $2,680.08
10 Session Membership$2,850.96
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
2021/22 Skater Fees (Non-refundable after program start)
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 75.00Skater Registration Fee (Annual)
Register before October 1 and save $25
$ 40.00Fundraising Book of Tickets (Annual)
Sell for $2 a ticket to friends & family
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

Group lessons for all levels from beginner to advanced.

The goal of this class is to teach the fundamentals of skating:

  • Proper balance and form
  • Skating forwards
  • Skating backwards
  • Using your edges to turn
  • Crossovers
  • Stopping

More advanced techniques are also taught depending on the skill level of the participants.

  • CSA Approved hockey helmets are recommended for skaters of all levels. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.
  • Inline skating style knee, wrist, and elbow pads with hard plastic shells can be worn for extra protection. Wear the knee pads under your pants to prevent excessive sliding if you fall. Volleyball knee pads made of cloth also work well.
  • Waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.
  • Good quality figure or hockey skates are highly recommended. Consider purchasing your skates at a specialty figure skating or hockey store to get expert fitting advice and skate recommendations. Less expensive skates do not provide proper ankle support.
  • We recommend figure skates for beginners since they provide a higher level of support than hockey skates.
AdultSkate Fall 2021

Sep 27/21 – Dec 16/21

Monday
12:10 – 1:10 pm
Group Lessons

Fall 2021
$335.50 Full Session (11 classes)
$561.20 Mon + Thu (20% off)

This class is now open for registration.

Thursday
10:15 – 11:15 am
Group Lessons

Fall 2021
$366.00 Full Session (12 classes)
$561.20 Mon + Thu (20% off)

This class is now open for registration.

2021/22 Skater Fees
Non-refundable after program start
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 30.00Fall AdultSkate Registration Fee
$ 10.00Fall AdultSkate Fundraising Fee
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

  • Program fees are paid in 2 installments (September 1 and November 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
AdultSkate Spring 2022

Jan 3/22 – May 19/22

Monday
12:10 – 1:10 pm
Group Lessons

Spring 2022
$549.00 Full Session (18 classes)
$902.80 Mon + Thu (20% off)

Must have 10 skaters pre-registered to run.

Thursday
10:15 – 11:15 am
Group Lessons

Spring 2022
$579.50 Full Session (19 classes)
$902.80 Mon + Thu (20% off)

Must have 10 skaters pre-registered to run.

2021/22 Skater Fees
Non-refundable after program start
$ 43.65Skate Canada Membership (Annual)
Non-refundable once submitted to Skate Canada
$ 45.00Spring AdultSkate Registration Fee
$ 20.00Spring AdultSkate Fundraising Fee
$ 20.00Club Membership (Lifetime)
Paid once when a skater first joins our club.

See All Membership/Fee Details

  • Program fees are paid in 2 installments (January 1 and March 1).
  • Prices reflect the number of classes on your chosen day. Some days have less classes than others due to holidays or special events.
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Off-Ice training is available to skaters 6 years of age or older who are registered for an on-ice session for the current season.

Improve your posture, carriage, lines, form and expression on the ice through dance classes.

Ballet – Level 1
2021/22 To be Announced

Day & Time to be announced
Beginner

John Gardner Room (Banquet Hall)
Instructor: Chantal Drolet

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
Ballet – Level 2
2021/22 To be Announced

Day & Time to be announced
Completed Level 1 or
Previous dance experience
John Gardner Room (Banquet Hall)
Instructor: Chantal Drolet

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Improve your strength, flexibility and endurance with fitness for figure skaters.

Basic Fitness

For ages 6 – 12 or for skaters who are new to training.

2021/22 To be Announced

Day & Time to be announced
In person or online – to be announced
Instructor: To be announced

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.
Advanced Fitness

For ages 13 and up or for skaters with fitness training experience.

2021/22 To be Announced

Day & Time to be announced
In person or online – to be announced
Instructor: To be announced

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Improve your strength, flexibility and focus with yoga for figure skaters.

Yoga

All levels.

2021/22 To be Announced

Day & Time to be announced
Online Zoom Class
Instructor: Rachel Jorge

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Improve your jump technique by learning to practice your jumps off the ice.

STAR 1 & 2 / Intermediate
Sep 30/21 – May 12/22
$195

Thursday 5:05 – 5:35pm
John Gardner Room (Banquet Hall)
Instructor: Robert Burk

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Senior / Advanced
Sep 30/21 – May 12/22
$195

Thursday 5:35 – 6:05pm
John Gardner Room (Banquet Hall)
Instructor: Robert Burk

  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Prices are prorated after the first class.
  • Online registration will show the current price.

Summer School runs in July and August and includes Skate Canada sanctioned test days. All classes are taught by Skate Canada certified coaches.

IMPORTANT! Review our COVID-19 Protocols.

For beginners and those wishing to improve their basic skating skills for figure skating, hockey or recreational skating.

Skate Canada’s CanSkate Program focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

2021 Sessions

Week 1: July 5 – 9
Week 2: July 12 – 16
Week 3: July 19 – 23
Week 4: July 26 – 30
Week 5: August 3 – 6
Week 6: August 9 – 13
Week 7: August 16 – 20

CanSkate Age 4 – 16

IMPORTANT! Skaters must be able to get up on their own without assistance.

$ 275 + HST per week
$ 220 + HST for Aug 3 – 6

Skaters will be grouped by age and level.

2:15 pm – 2:25 pm
Sign in / daily health check

2:25 pm – 3:15 pm
Camp Activity

3:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Snack (Bring your own)

3:30 pm – 3:50 pm
Off-ice warm up

3:50 pm – 4:10 pm
Get ready for on-ice session

4:10 pm – 5:10 pm
On-ice 60 minute group lesson

5:15pm
PICK UP

All skaters are required to wear a CSA Approved hockey helmet. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.

Snow pants or waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.

Registration

Complete the registration form and COVID-19 Waiver.

2021 Registration Form
Skate Ontario COVID-19 Waiver

Email a scanned copy or photo of both forms to North Toronto Summer School.

You will be notified by email if your registration was successful. Due to COVID-19 spaces are limited.

Payment (Cheque ONLY)

Send payment by mail AFTER you receive notification that the payment is due.

Include a note with the skater’s name and session(s) with your cheque.

Make cheques payable to North Toronto Skating Club.

Skaters without a current Skate Canada Membership will be charged the Skate Canada Membership fee of $43.65 (tax included). This fee must be paid once a season (Sep 1 to Aug 31 each year).

Need more Information? Contact us at North Toronto Summer School.

2021 Sessions

Week 1: July 5 – 9
Week 2: July 12 – 16
Week 3: July 19 – 23
Week 4: July 26 – 30
Week 5: August 3 – 6
Week 6: August 9 – 13
Week 7: August 16 – 20

Session A
STAR 5 and up
$ 385 + HST per week
$ 308 + HST for Aug 3 – 6

10:30 am – 10:35 am
Sign in / daily health check

10:35 am – 10:55 am
Off-ice warm up

10:55 am – 11:10 am
Get ready for on-ice session

11:10 am – 11:30 pm
On-ice group lesson

11:30 pm – 1:00 pm
On-ice session

1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Lunch (Bring your own)

1:30 pm – 2:10 pm
Off-ice class

2:10 pm – 2:30 pm
Camp activity

Off-ice classes will vary throughout the week with a mix of jump class, stretch class, fitness and mind relaxation.

Session B
STAR 3 and up
$ 275 + HST per week
$ 220 + HST for Aug 3 – 6

1:15 pm – 1:25 pm
Sign in / daily health check

1:25 pm – 2:15 pm
Camp activity

2:15 pm – 2:30 pm
Snack (Bring your own)

2:30 pm – 2:50 pm
Off-ice warm up

2:50 pm – 3:10 pm
Get ready for on-ice session

3:10 pm – 4:10 pm
On-ice 30 minute group lesson
30 minute practice/private lessons (skater must book lessons)

4:15pm
PICK UP

Session C
STAR 1 and up
$ 275 + HST per week
$ 220 + HST for Aug 3 – 6

2:15 pm – 2:25 pm
Sign in / daily health check

2:25 pm – 3:15 pm
Camp activity

3:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Snack (Bring your own)

3:30 pm – 3:50 pm
Off-ice warm up

3:50 pm – 4:10 pm
Get ready for on-ice session

4:10 pm – 5:10 pm
On-ice 30 minute group lesson

5:15pm
PICK UP

Registration

Complete the registration form and COVID-19 Waiver.

2021 Registration Form Session A & B
2021 Registration Form Session C
Skate Ontario COVID-19 Waiver

Email a scanned copy or photo of both forms to North Toronto Summer School.

You will be notified by email if your registration was successful. Due to COVID-19 spaces are limited.

Payment (Cheque ONLY)

Send payment by mail AFTER you receive notification that the payment is due.

Include a note with the skater’s name and session(s) with your cheque.

Make cheques payable to North Toronto Skating Club.

Skaters without a current Skate Canada Membership will be charged the Skate Canada Membership fee of $43.65 (tax included). This fee must be paid once a season (Sep 1 to Aug 31 each year).

Need more Information? Contact us at North Toronto Summer School.

For beginners and those wishing to improve their basic skating skills for figure skating, hockey or recreational skating.

More advanced techniques are also taught depending on the skill level of the participants.

  • CSA Approved hockey helmets are recommended for skaters of all levels. Face masks are highly recommended for beginner skaters.
  • Inline skating style knee, wrist, and elbow pads with hard plastic shells can be worn for extra protection. Wear the knee pads under your pants to prevent excessive sliding if you fall. Volleyball knee pads made of cloth also work well.
  • Waterproof pants and a warm jacket with gloves or mitts are recommended.
  • Good quality figure or hockey skates are highly recommended. Consider purchasing your skates at a specialty figure skating or hockey store to get expert fitting advice and skate recommendations. Less expensive skates do not provide proper ankle support.
  • We recommend figure skates for beginners since they provide a higher level of support than hockey skates.
2021 Sessions
AdultSkate Age 17+
Wednesdays on July 28, Aug 4, 11, and 18
5:30pm – 6:30pm
$ 180.00 + HST

45 minute group lesson. Skaters will progress at their own pace.

Registration

Complete the registration form and COVID-19 Waiver.

2021 Registration Form
Skate Ontario COVID-19 Waiver

Email a scanned copy or photo of both forms to North Toronto Summer School.

You will be notified by email if your registration was successful. Due to COVID-19 spaces are limited.

Payment (Cheque ONLY)

Send payment by mail AFTER you receive notification that the payment is due.

Include a note with the skater’s name and session(s) with your cheque.

Make cheques payable to North Toronto Skating Club.

Skaters without a current Skate Canada Membership will be charged the Skate Canada Membership fee of $43.65 (tax included). This fee must be paid once a season (Sep 1 to Aug 31 each year).

Need more Information? Contact us at North Toronto Summer School.

Membership/Fee Details

Skate More, Save More!

Learn to Skate, STAR 1, STAR 2

  • 40% off 2 sessions
  • 55% off 3 sessions
  • 65% off 4 or more sessions

Intermediate, Senior, Advanced

  • 22% – 72% off 2 – 10 sessions

AdultSkate

  • 20% off 2 Fall or 2 Spring sessions

ALL DISCOUNTS are applied in the cart.

Membership Rates
  • Membership rates apply to each skater. Family members in the same program cannot combine sessions for a discounted rate (Skate More, Save More).
  • There is no family discount for siblings.
  • Program prices reflect the number of classes for the day of the week. Mondays and Fridays have less classes due to holidays.
  • Program prices are prorated after the first class.
  • To view prorated prices go to Online Registration.
Program Fees
  • Program fees are paid in 4 installments (September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1).
  • Program fees are fully refundable up to the program start date listed for each program.
  • No refunds after the program start date except for medical reasons. Medical refunds are issued as a 3 year club credit except under exceptional circumstances approved by the Board of Directors.

In the event of a full club closure after the program start date:

  • Installments due BEFORE the closure date are due in full and will not be refunded.
  • Installments due ON or AFTER the closure date will be cancelled or fully refunded if the payment has already been processed.
Skate Canada Membership Fee
  • EACH SEASON, skaters must pay the Skate Canada Membership fee in addition to their program fees.
  • Valid from September 1st to August 31st each year.
  • Covers participation in Skate Canada programming and provides skater accident insurance.
  • NON-REFUNDABLE once submitted to Skate Canada.
Skater Registration Fee (Starting in 2021/22 Season)
  • EACH SEASON, skaters must pay the Skater Registration Fee in addition to their program fees.
  • Valid for the current North Toronto Skating Season.
  • Fee is discounted for Learn to Skate and STARSkate if you register before October 1.
  • AdultSkaters pay a Registration Fee for both Spring and Fall Sessions. The fee is proportional to the number of weeks in each session.
  • NON-REFUNDABLE after the skater’s first class.
Fundraising Initiative (Starting in 2021/22 Season)
  • EACH SEASON, skaters are required to purchase and sell one Fundraising Book of Tickets for the annual Ontario Skaters Promotional Contest.
  • AdultSkaters pay a fundraising fee for Fall and Spring Sessions in place of the tickets.
  • The ticket book will automatically be added to your cart when you register.
  • This is our main fundraiser for the season.
  • NON-REFUNDABLE after the skater’s first class.
Club Membership Fee
  • Lifetime club membership paid when a skater first joins our club.
  • NON-REFUNDABLE after the skater’s first class.
Test Fees / Ribbons / Badges
  • Skate Canada assessments and test day fees are Pay as You Go for STARSkate levels.
  • There is a small fee charged for CanSkate ribbons and badges as they are earned.
Guest Skating

Guest Skating will only be allowed if COVID Restrictions are lifted

  • Members and Non Members may guest skate up to 3 times per year.
  • $10 for Members / $20 for Non-Members.
  • Non-members may only skate on sessions for which they are qualified. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  • Guest skating will only be allowed on sessions with sufficient capacity at the discretion of the Club Administrator.
  • You must book your guest skate IN ADVANCE with the Club Administrator.
  • Guest skaters must sign in and pay the music room staff prior to their session. The music booth is located on the 2nd floor of the arena.