Figure Skating

Schedules are subject to change.

Click here to view our monthly Freestyle Schedule.

 
  Freestyle Pricing

All skaters must check in and pay before skating. Skaters not checked in will be asked to leave the ice.

Note: We have now automated our monthly and 20 pass cards. You will receive a receipt when you purchase the cards. The Front Office will hold the cards and debit them per the daily sign-in sheets. We will notify you when your card has a low balance or at the beginning of each month.

  • 20 Session pass (60 Minutes) - $260.00
  • 60 Minute single session pass - $15.00
  • 90 Minute single session pass - $23.00
  • Guest Fees
    • All coaches must sign in at the Front Window
    • 0 - 60 minutes - $15.00
    • 1 1/2 hours - $23.00
    • 2 hours - $30.00
  • Off-Ice Fees
    • $5 per room per hour
    • You must sign in and pay at the Front Office plus coaching fee.
  • Price varies per instructor
  • Check with off ice coaches for specific class times and coaching fees. Private training also available

  Director's Team

The Director’s team, offered during freestyle training sessions, is the most cost effective way to help young skaters begin their figure skating training. The Junior Team is for skaters working on Freeskate 1 and higher Learn to Skate Skills. This class program is recommended in addition to private lessons with your coach.

Saturday Fall Session September 7th – December 21st, 2019
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The Junior Team is for skaters working on Basic 3 – Basic 6 Learn to Skate Skills. This class program is recommended in addition to private lessons and the Off-Ice Training classes. 

Wednesday Fall Session September 4th – October 30th, 2019
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Please contact Karen Cohen-Prosnitz for more information
karenc@icevault.com

  Off - Ice Training

Off-Ice Training is a 40 minute class specifically designed for figure skaters. Figure skaters must have strong core strength to complete difficult jumps and spins.  Our classes will help to develop muscle strength, balance, and flexibility. Jumps and spins that are taught on ice, will be worked on during off-ice class, giving skaters a comfort level while challenging them. Working on jumps and spins off-ice results in a faster transition to the ice than on-ice training alone.  

Class Sessions:

Tuesdays – 5:45pm – 6:25pm; September 3rd – October 29th
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Wednesdays – 5:45pm – 6:25pm; September 4th– October 30th
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Please contact Karen Cohen-Prosnitz for more information
karenc@icevault.com

  2018-2019 Competition Results

Figure Skating

 
  North Jersey Figure Skating Club

North Jersey Figure Skating Clubhttp://www.northjerseyfsc.org

The North Jersey Figure Skating Club became fully chartered within the United States Figure Skating Association in 1959 and in 2004, we proudly partnered with  Ice Vault Arena.  North Jersey conducts monthly USFS test sessions and a number of other events throughout the year. Current and past club members have become Olympic, World, and National medalists, participants and/or team members.

NJFSC is the culmination of over 50 years of skating activities and planning plus literally thousands of volunteer hours united by a common love of figure skating.  Whether you are old or young, a skater, parent or spectator, we hope that you will  enjoy the figure skating showcased by many of the wonderful athletes in our club.  Our thanks go out to the volunteers, officials and partner ice rinks whose volunteer service and expertise is the foundation upon which the NJFSC is built!

http://www.northjerseyfsc.org

 
  Freestyle Guidelines
  1. All skaters must check in and pay before skating. Skaters not checked in will be asked to leave the ice.
  2. All skaters must clear the ice when the resurfacer enters the ice.
  3. Program and lesson skaters have the right of way. Please be aware of the skaters around you. No talking in the middle of the rink. Move to the boards when you are not actively working.
  4. No food or drink on the ice surface.
  5. In order to keep the ice clear, coaches should try to stay on the perimeter.
  6. Skaters should exhibit a cooperative attitude to each other and avoid confrontation. Lower level skaters should be aware of faster skaters and more advanced skaters should act as role models for lower level skaters.
  7. Any conflicts should be addressed to the Skating Director or rink management and any action will be taken at the discretion of the management.

Guest Coach Policy - Click here to view our Guest Coach policies.

 

Please check our website regularly for updates to the schedule.

If you would like more information on Learn to Skate Lessons, please contact Karen at (973) 628-1500 or by e-mail KarenC@icevault.com.

 

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