Welcome to Manitowoc County Figure Skating Club

Club Skate

The Club Skate program is for skaters who are in Basic 4 and higher that want to advance their skating skills beyond the Learn-To-Skate program. Skating time is purchased in 45 or 60 minute sessions. Club Skaters usually have a private coach to assist them in advancing their skating skills. The Director will help with coordinating private coach and family. 

Club skater membership includes MCFSC membership and full membership to United States Figure Skating club as well as one of their parents or guardians. You may register via this website under events or download the forms here - MCFSC Club Membership Forms and turn in at physical registration.

USFSA Levels

Pre Preliminary, Preliminary, Pre Juvenile, Juvenile, Intermediate, NoviceJuniorSenior

Membership Types:

Membership dues- 22 volunteer hours & 2 Fundraisers

  • Full Membership - $110 Parent & skater (under 18 years old)
  • Additional family members - $40 per person
  • Adult Membership (18 & older)- $80
  • Collegiate Member - $80 - 4 year membership skater, must be a full time college student. and is required to do 6 hours of volunteering and 1 fundraiser each year.    

MCFSC Volunteer Hours:

22 hours per family

  • 12 hours of Public Skate - 2 public skates (2 people per public skate), family needs to sign-up by October 31st or dates will be assigned. Any public skate not fulfilled will be billed to the family at $50 per public skate.
  • 8 Volunteer Hours - Sign-up sheet at registration or watch the bulletin board. Learn-To-Skate classes count for volunteer hours at 1/2 hour per class. Any volunteer hours not completed will be billed to the family at $20 per hour

MCFSC Fundraisers:

  • Dip Fundraiser November - 20 Packets of dips sold or $50 buyout
  • Skate-A-Thon January - $100 minimum per family

Benefits of MCFSC Club Membership:

  • U.S. Figure skating Membership                                 (July 1st - June 30th)
  • Subscription to "Skating" the official U.S. Figure Skating Magazine
  • Skaters are eligible to test and compete at the USFSA test sessions and competitions.


The Learn-To-Skate USA program is our USFS structured program that teaches basic figure skating skills from the ages 4 through adult. Skaters participating in the        Learn-To-Skate program are members of the USFS Learn-To-Skate USA program.  Skaters will receive a membership card and booklet explaining all the levels of the Learn-To-Skate program. 

Fall-Winter schedules are posted in September. Children Age 4 through 6 1/2 begin in the Snowplow Sam 1 class and are assessed by our instructors in the first class. Children in the Snowplow Sam classes are required to wear a helmet (bike helmets are acceptable). Children 7 and up begin in the Basic 1 class. Adults are evaluated and placed in a Basic class according to their assessed level.

During Each session, skaters are instructed on the skills needed for that level. The last week of each session, the skaters are tested and given an evaluation sheet of their skating skills. If a skater passes to the next level they are rewarded with a badge. Skaters who have participated in other Learn-To-Skate programs or who have had past skating experience should contact our program director, Chris Pawlowski.

Skaters, that are in Basic 4, are eligible to become a MCFSC Club member.  More information can be found on the MCFSC Club Member page. 

Learn-To-Skate levels offered through MCFSC

  • Snowplow Sam levels 1, 2, 3 & 4
  • Basic Levels 1 through 6
  • Pre Freeskate through 6 (Freeskate is not free - it is just a description of the skating program)
MCFSC has 3 Sessions of Learn-To-Skate lessons.  Lessons are 30 minutes and meet once a week.

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