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Our CanSkate and precanskate are done for the season, we start new program in Oct registration for that will me in late Aug or early Sept. 

please see skating tab above for more information on our programs. 

Please make sure invoice number is in the notes of your etransfer, payments are due once registered *unless you made payment arrangements via club email This is the new email for all etransfer, no other email will be accepted, please include invoice number and not your child's name to avoid delay in processing your etransfer.



The Skate Canada STAR Program consists of all Skate Canada STAR assessments and tests, as well as STAR competition categories and supplementary Events. For detailed information regarding categories, qualifications and program requirements, refer to the 2017-2018 STAR Competition Program Requirements which are updated on an annual basis.


Skills are a combination of fundamental skating movements, executed on a pattern and skated solo. The basic components of all disciplines of figure skating are incorporated into the program. The movements are derived from former compulsory figures, free skating and ice dance. The objective of the Skills program is mastery of the basic fundamentals of skating – edge quality, control, power and speed.

There are 11 Skills assessments in the StarSkate program:

  • Star 1
  • Star 2
  • Star 3
  • Star 4
  • Star 5
  • Star 6
  • Star 7
  • Star 8
  • Star 9
  • Star 10
  • Gold

Ice Dance

Ice Dance consists of 12 levels of assessments. The Dance assessment program teaches timing, musicality, rhythm interpretation, structure as well as basic skating skills such as edges, flow, control and unison.

The dances in the StarSkate Program can be tried in any order but a candidate must pass the required number of dances in a dance assessment before proceeding to the next level.

The Dance Assessments are as follows:

  • Star 1
  • Star 2a & 2b
  • Star 3a & 3b
  • Star 4a & 4b
  • Star 5a & 5b
  • Star 6A, 6B & 6C
  • Star 7A, 7B & 7C
  • Star 8A, 8B & 8C
  • Star 9A, 9B & 9C
  • Star 10A, 10B & 10C
  • Gold A, Gold B & Gold C
  • 6 Diamond Dances


Freeskate consists of the execution of jumps, spins, footwork, field movements and stroking, either in isolation or performed in sequence to music.

There are 20 Freeskate assessments in the StarSkate Program:

  • Star 1 - Elements
  • Star 2 - Elements & Program
  • Star 3 - Elements & Program
  • Star 4 - Elements & Program
  • Star 5 - Elements & Program
  • Star 6 - Elements & Program
  • Star 7 - Elements & Program
  • Star 8 - Elements & Program
  • Star 9 - Elements & Program
  • Star 10 - Elements & Program
  • Gold - Program


Artistic – The focus of the Artistic discipline is the development of program components, musical movement and creativity. Artistic combines skating aspects such as turns, edges and field moves, with creative spins and the ability to project emotion and artistry. The aspects developed through Artistic assessments benefit every discipline in skating.

Please note, skaters need a strong foundation of basic skating skills, edges and turns, spins and field moves for the entry level of Artistic (Star 5).  Skaters must have completed Star 4 Skills prior to entering Star 5 Artistic.

There are four Artistic program assessments in the Star 1 – Gold structure: Star 5, Star 7, Star 9 and Gold
All Artistic programs offer assessment in two main areas:
- Required Content
- Program Components


STAR 1-5 testing by coach

Intro to Figure Skating (STAR 1) :: Golden Edge Skating Academy

Senior Bronze to Gold tests are evaluated by Skate Canada trained Evaluators

More info can be found at link below: