Experience an on-ice adventure unlike any other at Summer Camp!
It’s a one-of-a-kind summer camp experience JUST for skaters!
Summer Camp focuses on sets of skills unique to figure skating during the specialty classes! Skaters will learn and practice new skills with coaches from The Skating Club of Boston, while they refine the skills they already know. At the end of the week, skaters will join friends for an exhibition, showcasing all they learned during their week of summer fun!
Extended Day Camp
Extended Day campers will enjoy all the benefits of a Regular Day camper in addition to a free open skate as well as additional arts and crafts activities!
Regular Day Camp
Regular Day campers will enjoy on-ice instruction and off-ice training with specialty coaches as well as additional activities, a Friday skating exhibition, and a boxed lunch for every day of the camp!
Learn More About Camp!
Where is the camp located?
The Skating Club of Boston’s best-in-class, three-rink facility located at 750 University Avenue, Norwood, MA.
The Skating Club of Boston is New England’s premier figure skating club, and home to a community of families, athletes and professionals united by their love of skating and a commitment to excellence in every aspect of the sport. From recreational skaters to the Olympic hopefuls, single skaters to team members, beginners to lifelong enthusiasts, The Skating Club of Boston will provide you or your skater with the resources and relationships necessary to meet your own individual skating goals and dreams. Learn More
Who can participate?
All skaters ages 7-14, Basic 5 through Preliminary free skate levels!
Fundamentals of Skating and Specialty Classes During Camp:
Skaters already know how to skate. But, what is “skating quality”? What is a good edge and how is it performed? Learn how skaters have improved in the past and what skaters can do now to improve their skating future! Skaters will participate in activities both on and off the ice to develop their expertise.
In addition to the quality on-ice instruction from our Head Coaches, The Skating Club of Boston® staff coaches will join skaters to focus on their specialties in figure skating! These national and world class coaches will help guide skaters along their figure skating path. It could be a specialization in jumps, spins, artistry, pairs, ice dance, Theatre On Ice, and synchronized skating.
A typical day at camp:
7:45 AM | Doors open for check-in – Extended Day Campers
8:45 AM | Doors open for check-in – Regular Day Campers
9:00 AM – 9:20 AM | On-ice warm-up
9:20 AM – 11:30 AM | On-ice and Off-ice training (groups rotate)
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Lunch
12:10 PM – 3:45 PM | On and Off-ice (groups rotate)
2:00 PM – 3:50 PM On-ice
3:00 PM Skating Exhibition for family and friends (Fridays only)
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM | Arts & crafts for Extended Day Campers (Mon-Thu)
4:00 PM | Check out for Regular Day Campers
5:00 PM| Check out for Extended Day Campers
The Skating Academy Summer Camp is staffed by U.S. Figure Skating certified coaches and counselors from The Skating Club of Boston.
Campers enjoy skating, making friends, learning new skills, experiencing new techniques, and having tons of fun!
Two medical forms are required for skaters to attend Summer Camp at The Skating Club of Boston.
Health records/ Immunization Information (PDF) Within the past 18 months
Authorization to Administer Medication to Skater (PDF)
Please read the following fact sheets from the Massachusetts Public Health in regards to Meningitis and Meningococcal Disease:
Massachusetts Public Health Meningococcal Disease Fact Sheet (PDF)
Massachusetts Public Health Meningitis Fact Sheet (PDF)
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The Skating Club of Boston complies with The State of Massachusetts Camp Regulations (105 CMR 430) and is permitted by the Norwood Health Department.