The Skating Club of Boston has a rich history of supporting its athletes in their pursuit of personal dreams and greatness. The Club’s state-of-the-art training facilities are open to every member with skating privileges, and are designed to enhance an athlete’s training in every discipline. In addition to comprehensive facilities and robust coaching, it takes the right attitude, approach and commitment to become a competitive athlete.
The Skating Academy, the Club’s Learn to Skate USA, is New England’s premier ice skating school, offering top-quality instruction and small group ice skating lessons for children and adults using the Learn to Skate USA curriculum endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating and USA Hockey.
Are you in it to win it? Do you already know that your interest in figure skating is to have a competitive figure skater that could be one of tomorrow’s champions? If yes, join the Club’s all-new, accelerated, fundamental training program: Tomorrow’s Champions!
Whether you are an aspiring Olympian, or a skater aspiring to skate their personal best, mental skills training is an important skill set you can bring to the ice to be the best you can be. That’s why Dr. Lauren McHenry, a former skater and practicing sports psychologist, has come up with the Thriving Through Being program.
The best hockey players learn how to skate from the best figure skaters. That’s no secret. And it’s no secret either that The Skating Club of Boston has some of the best figure skaters in the world.
The Marilyn P. Kasputys Branch of The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention is a new location for The Micheli Center’s ground-breaking approach to injury prevention in athletes of every age. Founded by world-renowned sports orthopedic specialist and the Director of Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, Dr. Lyle Micheli, the Center applies decades of research, data and experience across a wide variety of sports to help today’s athletes avoid injuries in the first place.
The Kasputys Family Studio at The Skating Club of Boston offers movement classes for all kinds of movers! Whether you are an elite athlete, a recreational skater, or are simply interested in engaging in some healthy exercise, The Kasputys Family Studio has a class for you.
During the weekdays, the Dr. Tenley E. Albright Academic Center serves as an academic study center within the Club’s library on the facility’s mezzanine.
The Skating Club of Boston is proud to support Theatre On Ice of Boston, Boston’s premier Theatre On Ice program. Made up of beginner through adult skaters representing all types of skating abilities and all trained disciplines of skating, Theatre On Ice (TOI) of Boston currently has seven teams.
Showcase is an exciting discipline combining theatrical expression and presentation with classic skating skills. The discipline fuses artistic creativity with figure skating for single skaters, duets, small ensembles of three to seven and production numbers of eight to thirty skaters. The Club is beginning its Showcase program this spring as the Club prepares for the transition to Norwood.
The Club 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.
Junior Activities Committee (JAC) is a leadership and community service organization comprised of members between the ages of thirteen and nineteen. The JAC organizes family-friendly events and special community projects within the Boston community and at the Club.
The Adult Community Activities Committee (ACAC) creates engagement and plans events amongst the adult members at The Skating Club of Boston. The Club invites you to join and look for updates as the committee plans events, seminars, and activities for our adult participants.
Adaptive Skating is a figure-skating program providing children and adults with a wide range of disabilities access to the sport of figure skating in a specialized skating experience. The Club believes that every member of the community interested in skating should have the opportunity to learn and participate in the joy of the sport.