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Whitby Figure Skating Club

The Whitby Figure Skating Club is proud to be a member of Skate Canada.  We have a tremendous facility to skate in, and provide learn to skate lessons, recreational figure skating programs and competitive training

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All tests must now be paid for online, cash/cheque will no longer be accepted. Please click on the following link for instructions: Test Tickets


WFSC 2023/2024 Season 

Fall - September 5 - December 21, 2023 (extended to January 31 due to strike)

Winter - February 1 - March 28, 2024

Spring - April 2 - May 16, 2024

Spring Bonus StarSkate - May 21 - June 7, 2024

Summer - July 2 - August 16, 2024

Note: the Skate Canada yearly registration/insurance fee (September 1st and August 31st each skating year) was raised for the 2023/2024 season.  Fee will increase from $45 to $65

Whitby FSC is proud to have been awarded Skate Ontario's highest level of recognition for our Canskate Programs.  Use the Learn to Skate Tab to find out more about the programs we offer and how to register.

Synchronized skating is offered through Ice Fyre.  Questions about these teams can be sent directly to Ice Fyre by e-mail.  



Spring Registration Begins Sunday March 10th at 10am

Please see attached Schedule below for Starskate and Learn to skate. 

Sibling Discount being offered for those in the SAME family that register at the SAME time this will automatically be applied at checkout! 



Power skating will run on Sundays in spring for the following levels. Beginner- house league players                                             Intermediate - Select and A or equivalent                                                 Advanced - AA/AAA or equivalent

(this is not a learn to skate program, participants must already know how to skate and must be 5 years old or older, full ringette or hockey gear required)



PreCanskate is for 3 to 5 year olds. Must be 3 by the start of the session. This class is 30 minutes in length.

CanSkate is for ages 5 to 14 years old or those who have already passed a minimum of Badge 1. This session is 50 minutes in length.

CanSkate 9+ is for new or experienced learn to skate skaters that are 9 years to 16 years old at the time of registration. This session is 50 minutes in length.

Adult Learn to Skate is for anyone 16 and older with or without skating experience, group lessons provided

Adult StarSkate/Competitive is for those 16 and older WITH skating experience and their own private coach.

StarSkate maximum age is 22 years old

Power skating has beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.  Please read the details to choose the appropriate level for your skater.

Visit the FAQ page for commonly asked question

Questions regarding registration can be forwarded to