Figure Skating can either be competitive or recreational in nature the choice is yours. Competitive skaters are required to participate in the United States Figure Skating Association testing structure to compete in qualifying competitions. Recreational skaters can also test to continue to challenge themselves and their abilities.


Listed below is the U.S. Figure Skating testing structure:
1. Moves in the field (standard track and adult)
2. Free Skate (or free skating) (standard track and adult)
3. Pairs (standard track and adult)
4. Compulsory Dance (standard track, solo, adult, and masters)
5. Free dance (standard track and masters)


For all tests other than adult and masters tests, age is not a factor. To qualify for an adult test, the candidate must be 21 years of age or older. To qualify for masters tests, the candidate must be 50 years of age or older.


We are proud to announce our latest round of testing, congratulations to the following skaters:


Adah Roman Novice MIF
Alexis Wild Cha Cha
PreJuvenile MIF
Alice Kraatz Preliminary MIF
Ann Cook PreJuvenile MIF
Annika Nelson Pre-Preliminary MIF
Emma Pearson Rhythm Blues
PreJuvenile MIF
Jordan Brenne Cha Cha
Lauren Wild Fiesta Tango
Cha Cha
PreJuvenile MIF
Pre-Preliminary FS
Madison Parmelee PreJuvenile MIF
Meghan Stevens PreJuvenile MIF
Nyah Eldred Preliminary MIF
Samantha Shuflit Pre-Preliminary MIF
Yasmin Eckel Dutch Waltz
Canasta Tango
Preliminary MIF
Testing Form
Testing Dates
  • July 25th, 2017
  • November 2017
  • February 2018
  • April 2018

Helpful Information & Parent Resouces
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