2021 Winter Camps

Beginner Figure and Hockey Winter Camp

Beginner Figure Camp

The Beginner Figure Summer Day Camp is for skaters just starting out through Basic 6 Class Level. Our unique camp teaches essential skills to help kids enjoy the sport of skating to their full potential while having tons of fun!!! Each week has its own theme which all activities, movies and crafts will be based upon. Wednesday, December 22nd at 2:45pm participants will perform the Recital Number they learned throughout the week!!!


  • December 20, 21 and 22 – three day camp.

Beginner Hockey Camp

The Beginner Hockey Summer Day Camp is for skaters Basic 3 lever or higher. Hockey campers must provide their own gear.


  • December 20, 21 and 22 – three day camp.

Beginner Figure/Hockey Camp Classes

Group Lesson

The focus of the group class is to develop the technical skills of skating. Our enthusiastic Coaches will work on stride and glide, cross overs, turns, spinning, little jumps and much more! Skaters will be divided into mini groups according to their level and age if necessary. 

Recital Class 

Skaters will interpret music to the theme of the week – Winter Holidays! Each day they will rehearse a performance to be presented to parents and onlookers at the end of the camp week – Wednesday 2:45pm.


Players will dive deep into game knowledge, proper positioning, and strategies used by NHL level skaters while at the same time learning how to play as a team member while enjoying the great game of hockey.


Arts and crafts will be centered around that week’s theme. Our inventive, creative staff is excited to work on cute projects the kids will love and be able to take home.

Movies and Skating Videos

We have an array of options for movies and entertainment related to ice skating and our week’s theme. Kid’s will get much need rest while they watch fun movies and videos.

Public Session

At the end of each day the kids will be able to practice their skills and have some fun with friends on our Public Session while being supervised by our staff.

Daily Camp Schedule


  • 9-9:15am Check In/drop off
  • 9:15am-10:00am Group Skills Class
  • 10:00am Skates off
  • 10:15-11:00am Off ice (dance, games)
  • 11:00am Skates On
  • 11:15am-11:45pm Recital Class/Scrimmage
  • 11:45pm-12:45pm Lunch/Crafts
  • 1:00pm-2:45pm Supervised Skating on Public Session
  • 2:45-3pm Skates Off/pick up


$138 Regular Price

A La Carte

$70 Day Pass

$22 Group Lesson

$22 Recital Class/Scrimmage

$22 Off Ice

After Care

There will be no aftercare program offered during this camp.

*Any child not picked up by 3:00pm will be billed $22 late pick up. This will be a non-refundable fee.*


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Counselor Training

At SCI, we understand that our counselors are responsible for the care and safety of your children, which is why we ensure each one is pre-screened with a background check and properly trained. Without exception, each counselor has training in CPR and First Aid.

 Advanced Winter Camp

Whether you are a competitive or recreational skater SCI’s advanced camp training program is designed to meet your needs. The advanced training camp will provide necessary tools and education to enhance physical performance of your skater. Minimum level – pass Basic 6. Advanced Gold minimum level requirement – landing clean Axel or passes Pe-Juvenile Moves in the Field USFS test. Advanced Silver minimum level requirement – passes Basic 6 level in our skate academy classes though lutz.


  • December 20, 21 and 22 – three day camp.

Advanced camp daily schedule:

  • 7:15-7:30am – Check in/drop off
  • 7:30-8:30am – Advanced Camp Freestyle
  • 8:30-9:00am – Specialty class
  • 9:00am – Skates Off
  • 9:15-9:45am – Off Ice
  • 9:45am – Skates On
  • 10:00-10:45am – Advanced Camp Freestyle
  • 10:45-11:15am – Specialty class
  • 11:15am – Skates Off
  • 11:30-12:30pm – Off Ice Conditioning 
  • 12:30-12:45pm – Check out/pick up

*NOTE: Advanced camp freestyle sessions 7:30-8:30am & 10:00-10:45am are reserved for camp skaters. 

Advanced Camp On Ice Classes

Spins – Technique/Difficult Variations

The class will focus on spins technique. Drills and exercises specifically targeted to improve overall quality of spins, such as spin position, spin centering, speed, acceleration and maintaining speed throughout a spin. Skaters will also be working on a variety of difficult and creative variations of spin positions and spins combos.

Jumps – Technique/Quality

The focus of this class will be on jumps technique and quality. Detailed breakdown into fazes, drills and exercise to correct common errors, break bad habits and improve jumps quality – height and distance, extensions on landings, flow in and out. Whether you are working on singles, doubles or triples this class is great for everyone. 

Edge & Flow

This class will focus on overall skating quality, including edge control and flow over the ice surface (edges, steps, turns, speed, etc.), clarity of technique and use of effortless power to accelerate and vary speed. Lots of innovative and fun exercises!

Power – On Ice Endurance Class

One of the most important physical performance component of skating is cardio conditioning. In order for a skater to complete a technically difficult program lasting between 1.5 to 4 minutes long with a well versed choreography, a high level of both aerobic and anaerobic cardio conditioning must be present. The main purpose of this class is conditioning.


The class will focus on a wide variety of intricate creative steps, footwork, positions and movements that could be implemented into their competitive programs.

Advanced Camp Off Ice Classes

Off Ice Conditioning/Off Ice Jumps/Flexibility/Strength classes

The purpose of off ice conditioning is to increase strength, power, flexibility, quickness, muscular endurance, aerobic endurance and anaerobic endurance – all necessary components coming into play when skater competes, especially at higher levels. Regular off ice training started at a young age will enhance physical performance, prevent skating-related injuries and give a base for faster progress. Sport specific off ice (off ice jump class) will includes drills and exercises specifically designed for development of on ice skills. Core body strength is the key to stability and balance, both crucial for figure skaters. Core Strength class will provide exercises designed to help developing skills of total control of core body (torso) to maximize skater’s balance while on the ice. Strong core development is crucial for injury prevention. Flexibility is crucial for any figure skaters in order to be able to execute jumps, spins or simply achieve the beautiful look on the ice.


Classical ballet is essential for figure skaters. Skaters need ballet for strengthening and developing the grace and coordination that is equal on the left and right sides of the body. Class will stress on teaching how to use the arms, legs, and head while acquiring the flexibility and overall presence.


Full – $144

Daily drop in – $70

Specialty class drop in – N/A

Camp Freestyles drop in/walk on – N/A

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Questions? Contact Natalia Smith at natalia@spacecoasticeplex.com