Figure Skating Club of Bloomington Full Membership
Full club membership has many benefits including competitions for all levels, comprehensive training from outstanding coaches, and fun events. It is designed for the skater who has decided to take their skating to the next level. We offer private and group lessons both on ice and off ice designed to help athletes reach their full potential.
Membership in the Figure Skating Club of Bloomington runs from July 1 through June 30, each year.
Use the Join Us link to register online or contact Membership
For younger skaters transitioning from our Learn to Skate Program check out our Junior Club.
Once skaters have progressed through the group “learn to skate” classes offered at Bloomington Ice Garden, there are additional opportunities to receive figure skating instruction and determine if your skater would like to continue pursuing the sport.
Junior Club is the next step for your child to learn and develop their skating skills. And your skater will get to use the entire sheet of ice for lessons and practice.
Rather than large group classes, Junior Club members learn from a great staff of coaches in smaller groups or private lessons to work on their skills.
In addition to more individualized instruction from top figure skating coaches that will improve your skater's skills, they'll have a blast participating in our annual Ice Show and other fun events.
Become part of the Club at a reduced fee!
Smaller group lessons.
Choose from many professional instructors.
More ice times to skate that suit your skater.
More individualized attention.
Opportunity for private lessons.
Become a member of a skating community.
Introduction to additional skating techniques.
Special Ice Show Number featuring Junior Club Skaters
Jr Club Chair
Synchronized skating is the fastest growing discipline both within U.S. Figure Skating and around the world. The first U.S. Synchronized Skating National Championship was held in 1984 and the U.S. played host to the first World Synchronized Skating Championship in 2000. Today, there are approximately 600+ teams registered with U.S. Figure Skating and as many as 5,000 skaters compete annually in the Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships.
Synchronized skating is a team sport in which 16 skaters perform a program together. It uses the same judging system as singles, pairs and dance and is characterized by teamwork, speed, specific shapes, intricate formations and choreographed challenging turn sequences. As with other disciplines, all teams perform a free skate with required well-balanced program elements. Additionally, teams at the junior and senior level also compete a short program consisting of specific required elements.
Many Members are home club members of different clubs and are only associates of FSC of Bloomington.
Requirements for the different teams are as follows
Senior Team: Senior Moves in the Field
Junior Team: Junior Moves in the Field.
Novice Team: Novices Moves in the Field.
Juvenile Team: Juvenile Moves in the Field
Intermediate Team: Intermediate Moves in the Field.
Pre Juvenile Team: Preliminary Moves in the Field, 14 and younger.
Preliminary Team: Pre-Preliminary Moves, 13 and younger.