If you did not pay the membership fee when you registered for your classes, you can pay for the USFSA fee here. If you registered online and selected “no” for the “Are you USFSA registered?” section, the membership fee was added onto that registration.
U.S. Figure Skating (USFSA) is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating on ice in the United States. U.S. Figure Skating appreciates the cooperation and understanding of all members to help implement minimum requirements to ensure that the environment in all U.S. Figure Skating programs is as safe as possible for all participants. This will help give parents the highest degree of confidence that their children are receiving good care and proper instruction.
Both skaters and instructors are registered through Learn to Skate USA, a new branch of USFSA. When you register for our program at Aspen Ice Arena, we will register you in our LTSUSA Basic Skills Program! After we have registered you or your skater, you will receive:
- An official U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills membership card
- A record book with stickers to track your progress through the lessons
- A membership year patch
- Sport Accident Insurance
- General information about ice skating
- Opportunity to participate in group lessons, approved competitions and performances associated with the registered program
- Basic Skills Edition of SKATING magazine
You can visit their website at www.usfsa.org or https://www.learntoskateusa.com/