Welcome to BSA’s Figure Skating School
Figure skating is a captivating sport that integrates showmanship, athletics and the artistry of ballet and modern dance. It can be developed at almost any age for recreational enjoyment or competitive fulfillment. A figure skating student develops coordination, balance, rhythm, endurance, confidence and self-expression. Mastering skills through lessons and practice generates an astute sense of responsibility and self-discipline.
Figure skaters are more advanced than a beginner ice skater. If your child is new to ice skating, but has hopes of becoming a figure skater, you should visit our Learn to Skate page for information about beginner skating lessons. Here at BSA’s Figure Skating School, a variety of training and practice opportunites are available for skaters of all ages and experience.
Below are links to the specific figure skating activities offered at BSA’s Skating School:
- Freestyle Sessions
- Training Programs – Bridge Training Program
- Summer Skating Camp
- Off-Ice Jump & Ballet Training
- Competition/Show Information
- Skating Club of Bridgewater
Please contact the Skating School office at (732) 627-0006 x111 or email SkatingSchool@BSAarena.com for more information.
If you are new to the world of figure skating, here are some common questions skaters and parents ask.