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Learn To Skate

The Ashburn Ice House is proud to administer Learn to Skate- USA.

This curriculum is the only Learn to Skate program endorsed by USA Hockey, US Speed Skating, Special Olympics, and US Figure Skating.
Classes are organized into age specific levels and designed for any beginner to acquire the necessary skills to enjoy the sport of Ice Skating for a lifetime.

  • Our Snowplow Sam 1-4 classes are designed for our littlest skaters aged 3.5 - 6.5
  • Basic 1-6 take our Youth and Teen skaters from day one to more advanced Basic Skills.
  • The Adult curriculum is the perfect progression into any ice sport.
  • Our Hockey skating levels are for skaters who have completed either Basic 1 , Adult 1 or Snowplow Sam 2 and want to learn in hockey skates.
  • Pre-Freeskate through Freeskate 1-6 are for skater who have successfully completed Basic 6 and want to become figure skaters.

    All five groups lay the foundation for FUN and entry into any other disciplines in ice skating, like playing hockey or figure skating.

Register NOW for the next series of Learn to Skate- USA!

Click here to sign up!

Our classes sell out quickly.

Make sure to log into the registration system and select the skater you want to enroll in order to view what days and times still have openings.

Ashburn ice house learn to skate lessons

What's Included?

  •  Seven- 30 minute lessons that meet once a week
  •  Use of our rental skates if needed
  • Seven Public Skate Passes for the skater to practice throughout the duration of the 7 week series.
    Skater must pre-register on their account for the public skate of their choice.
  •  A Learn to Skate-USA Membership good through June 30

All for $161

What am I Learning?

Details of what skills are taught in each class are listed below.

We want you to LOVE Ice Skating!
The curriculum is progressive beginning with level one. Please help us eliminate frustration on the first day and do not enroll in a level unless the all the skills in the  previous level have been mastered.

Ashburn Ice House- First Day of Class Recommendations

Arrival time on the first day.
Students should arrive at least 15 minutes before class to get their skates on and prepare for class.

What to wear on the ice-

  • All students should wear a jacket, gloves, and warm clothes that allow them free movement on the ice.
  • Helmets are always recommended, especially for children six and under. We require an HECC Approved Hockey helmet with face mask for our Learn to Hockey Skate levels.
  • And the number one forgotten item? Socks! A thin pair that rises above the ankle is best to avoid feeling uncomfortable.

The Ashburn Ice House DOES NOT provide or rent:
helmets, jackets, gloves, or socks.

Please check out our Pro-Shop for these items.

Where to go when you get to the Ashburn Ice House-

  • Please proceed to the front desk for check-in.
  • If you are using our rental skates you can head to the skate rental counter to get your skates. Rental skates are full sizes only, but do run big. 
  • Once you have your skates on, proceed to the designated rink to get your class assignments.

We do not give refunds. If you have any questions regarding this, please email