Thank you for visiting the website for Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club.
Our club also runs the Learn to Skate USA program at the Kettle Moraine Ice Center. We offer a wide variety of classes for all skating abilities including children as young as 3, adult beginners, figure skating for all ages and hockey beginner skaters. To learn more about the session dates and times, please click on the above link Learn To Skate for more information.
We are working on a brand new website, coming August 2018!
Learn to Skate 2018-2019 Session 1 will start in September. Please watch our Facebook page for more details to come.
The Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club is devoted to the instruction and development of the sport of figure skating in the Washington County community. It actively promotes the mental and physical rewards of recreational skating. In doing so the figure skating club provides the community with the only formal, professionally taught skating program in the county. The club is run solely by parent volunteers - who have over the years devoted countless hours to making the club what it is today!
Learn-To-Skate lessons take skaters from their first step on the ice through acquiring all of the single jumps. Progress is always rewarded! In an effort to support and encourage their development the club hosts an annual basic skill competition and ice show where skaters can demonstrate their skills. These types of events are geared toward developing a sense of confidence and accomplishment. Events are kept small with every skater being rewarded for their placement! Additional practice ice is offered as skaters progress in order to encourage further development and accommodate private lessons with our professional staff.
KMFSC also serves as host to at least one USFSA Test session during the season. These sessions offer skaters from the local, state and regional area the chance to progress up the USFSA rankings.
Kettle Moraine Figure Skating Club Objectives:
To provide a fun and safe skating experience for skaters of all levels.
To teach correct technique of basic skating elements.
To develop a finer degree of coordination and balance.
To promote physical fitness.
To have fun!!