Glittering Stars Program Expectations
In the Glittering Stars program skaters will set their own figure skating goals and create a plan with their coaches to achieve these. Skaters can choose to learn figure skating skills for recreational purposes, prepare for tests, or can set goals to participate in local and international figure skating competitions.
Glittering Stars Program Delivery
This program includes private skating lessons on ice for solo prepration, stroking, skating skills and elements two days a week. It also includes semi-private off ice conditing, jump and theory classes one day a week. Secondary school credit courses through Grade 9-12 are also available for skaters that qualify.
Each skater will have a principal private Certified Competitive Figure Skating coach that will work them one on one on the ice. Skaters will also have other additional coaches for off ice classes and supportive roles. 2015-2016 Program Calendar
Glittering Stars Program Prerequisites
In order to qualify for this program skaters must have completed the Intermediate Figure Skating program (or equivalent), or attending Secondary School and may not have reached the age of 18 by the end of March of the skating year.
Glittering Stars Program Assessment
During this program skaters are assessed on their skating skills and abilities in accordance with the ISU figure skating judging guidelines. Coaches formally assess and update skater's Skating Achievement Reports at least once a month. Sample Skating Achievement Report
Glittering Stars Program Weekly Schedule
Additional Benefits of the Glittering Stars Program