Programs & Affiliations

High Performance HP1240

HP1240, High Performance Program

HP1240 is open to every Club member with skating privileges at the Boston location. The program is designed to enhance the Club’s current training environment for skaters of every test level, and who participate in every figure skating discipline, whether competitively or recreationally. For the purposes of this program, high performance is defined by a skater’s attitude and approach; not their test level, discipline of choice, or placement in competition.

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Theatre On Ice of Boston at Ice Chips 2016 show

Theatre On Ice of Boston

The Skating Club of Boston proudly supports 6, competitive Theatre On Ice of Boston teams: Senior, Junior, Novice, Preliminary, Adult and the new Special Olympics Therapeutic team. Many of the teams have medaled both internationally and nationally over the years, with several of the teams holding national titles. The success has been fostered by a concentration on skating skills, team building, and creating a competitive program for skaters to combine their love of the sport of figure skating with on-ice performance.

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Ross Miner with Peter Johansson

Mitchell Johansson Method

The Skating Club of Boston is proud to be affiliated with the Mitchell Johansson Method elite training program. Long-time staff professionals at The Skating Club of Boston, Mark Mitchell and Peter Johansson lead a unique training program in Revere, MA. The mission of the program is to provide skaters with an integrated approach to their training that maximizes their individual performance ability.

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Team Excel Synchronized Skating at nationals

Team Excel Synchronized Skating

The Skating Club of Boston is home to Team Excel Synchronized Skating and supports them in their mission to promote synchronized skating and prepare high-quality synchronized skating teams for national and international competition.Team Excel strives to achieve their mission whilst creating an environment that supports the personal growth and development of confidence in their athletes.

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Aislinn Munck at HomeIce

Home Ice Boston

Home Ice is a full service supply, apparel and maintenance store serving the eastern Massachusetts figure skating community.

Located at 1240 Soldiers Field Road within The Skating Club of Boston facility, Home Ice is dedicated to serving those who love the ice, from beginners taking their first eager steps to seasoned U.S. Championships competitors.

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The Micheli Center

The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention is a world-class institution dedicated to encouraging peak performance in sport and exercise through their work with injury prevention. Its clinicians, scientist, activists and technologists conduct cutting-edge medical and scientific research focused on the prevention of sport injuries. They combine their work to offer evidence-based, practical strategies and innovative methods to help reduce risk of injury while enhancing their sports performance.

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New England Inter-Club Council

The Skating Club of Boston is a member of the New England Inter-Club Council (NEICC). The NEICC connects The Skating Club of Boston with other U.S. Figure Skating clubs in New England and provides a forum for all of its members to advance the sport of figure skating as a community through collaboration, competition and education among clubs.

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The Skating Club of Boston
1240 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02135
617.782.5900
club.info@scboston.org

The Skating Club of Boston is a founding member of U.S. Figure Skating. For more information about the organization, visit usfigureskating.org