Our 2021 - 2022 Programs
Come skate with us! The Oak Bay Figure Skating Club welcomes skaters of all ages and all skill levels. Please read the following programs that we are offering for the Winter 2021/2022 season.
To Register for our current or upcoming sessions click here.
Check our schedule for more information about our amazing programs listed below.
Please note: The Oak Bay Figure Skating Club and the coaching staff reserve the right to reassign skaters in the interest of safety and numbers.
Come register for our learn to skate program.
Skate Canada has developed a new CanSkate program based on Sport Canada’s long term athlete development (LTAD) principles. Exciting new features include a fresh new look, new awards, great tools for coaches and most importantly a tested and proven new curriculum and delivery methods that guarantee skater success in developing stronger basic skills and developing them faster.
But there’s more! The new program also includes specific skills that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating. The result is a dynamic new program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport.
Skate Canada is also proud to have all its programs taught by professional coaches who are specially trained and certified through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).
To enroll in the Junior program, skaters age 10 and under, must be working on CanSkate badge Level 4 to 6. They will also be working on StarSkate, but will not have yet completed one full year in the Junior program.
They will be instructed by all OBFSC coaches and will start working on all the skills they need to Start the Star program.
Junior skaters have the option of booking private lessons to supplement their group instruction. To inquire about or set up private lessons click here. Parents will be billed directly by that coach for instruction time. Payment for extra ice will be to the club.
To join the Star 1-4 program, skaters have generally spent a year in the Junior program and/or have been recommended into the Star 1-4 program by the coaching staff.
This session is the initial step into private or semi-private lessons.
NO Skate Canada tests must be passed. Skaters take part in all aspects of figure skating including dance, skills, and freeskate.
Star 1-4 skaters have the opportunity to take part in dry land training which includes a jump class once a week, edge classes, and an on-ice spin patch.
To progress to the Senior Level skaters are expected to have passed the Star 5 freeskate test or asked to participate by the coaching staff.
This session is geared toward competitive and Star Skate skaters who are comfortable on a busy, fast-paced session. Senior skaters also take part in all off-ice training sessions, and are encouraged to continue with dance and skills.