Coaches

Our Professional Coaching Staff

Fall/Winter 2018-2019

Private lessons are available from the following list of coaches. Lessons are generally 15 minutes long and arranged directly with the coach. Fees vary depending on the qualifications and experience of the coach. Feel free to click on the coach’s name for more information where available.

Please contact the USC Coaches’ Liaison if you have any questions or concerns.

Nora Hollands

Ian Youle

Shelley Miller

Jonathan Drury

Choosing a Coach

Coaches are able to teach all skating disciplines; most also have areas of specialization. It is up to each member to make an individual choice, to select the coach or coaches who will best meet their skating needs at the time, and whom they will be comfortable working with.

As with any other professional relationship, there are some matters of etiquette to observe:

1.  You should feel free to discuss your needs and interests with several coaches before choosing one. Similarly, as stated above, coaches fees do vary, and it is quite proper to discuss fees beforehand.

2.  If you cannot attend a scheduled lesson, you should advise the coach at least 24 hours in advance. Coaches may charge for lessons not cancelled in advance.

3.  If you wish to change coaches, you must advise both present and prospective coaches of your intent. Coaches, as professionals, understand that your needs may change, but they do not wish to appear to have solicited students from others.

4.  It is up to the coach and student to exchange personal contact information with one another and communicate with each other on any absences, lessons, replacements, or payment arrangements.  The club is not responsible for the communication between both the coach and the student, and will not disclose any personal information for confidentiality purposes.

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Great News!

 The USC 2018-19 Winter Figure Skating brochure is now available!

Please submit your registration forms to reserve your spot, or you can register in person on September 30, 2018. Hope to see you on the ice in September!