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Fully supported by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating, with support from Special Olympics, the Professional Skaters Association and the U.S. Ice Rink Association, Learn to Skate USA offers every student a heartfelt welcome, lifelong benefits and fond memories. Passion: It's why Learn to Skate USA is recognized as the world's best ice skating program.

Tessa Ostermann Swan City Ice Skaters first triple gold medalist and Team USA synchronized skater, competes this weekend in Finland at the Worlds Synchronized Skating Championships! She is a member of Skyliners from the New York tri state area and represents one of the two USA teams going for a world medal. WE LOVE YOU TESSA, GOOD LUCK from your Swans homegirls!!!


PICTURED   TESSA OSTERMANN (on the left) pictured with Jessie Neuman (on the right and another swans international skater representing Miami University Senior) 





 Learn to Skate USA 


Monday 5:30-6:00 or Wednesday 5:45-6:15
Learn to Skate Class
for Only $45
(Does not include Learn to Skate USA membership additional $20 )

Professional Skating Instructors teach all our Classes 
No Classes Sunday, April 21st


Register for Spring get Summer Session FREE!


Returning SCIS Skaters

and Registration for Synchronized Tryouts

(Skaters new to Swans please visit the swansycsation page before registering for various registration options) 

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5 week class $45

Yearly membership with Learn to Skate USA $20

Classes start Wednesday April 10th 5-5:30

The Beaver Dam Family Center and the Swan City Ice Skaters are proud to announce a new class, Therapeutic Recreation/Special Olympics
"Ice skating can be fun and beneficial for both individuals with and without disabilities. It is suggested that ice skating can positively impact social skills, physical strength and balance, and improve mood for individuals with various disabilities. Ice skating can be a fun means of physical activity and exercise for any one of any ability. Skaters with a wide range of abilities have enjoyed learning to ice skate. Ice skating can offer therapeutic benefits and most importantly it is fun for everyone. Ice skating is a great way to meet friends and gain a sense of achievement. The skills that are learned on the ice can also transcend into other areas of life thus improving our quality of life. In ice skating just as in life skaters with disabilities learn to fall, never give up, and get back up to accomplish their dreams." (USFSA Website)
This class will be taught under the direction of Karlee Blowers who is a certified USFSA coach and a special education teacher in the Waupun Public School District. She has skated for 20+ years and coached regular and adaptive classes for the past 10 years in Illinois, Utah, and Wisconsin. 
Children and adults with special physical and developmental challenges are encouraged to sign up who would like to experience the benefits of figure skating but need some additional supports. These supports may include smaller class sizes, off ice sessions to become accustomed to figure skates, adapted curriculum from USFSA, and adaptive equipment such as an ice walker or adult support. A helmet, gloves, and knee/elbow pads are encouraged for safety. This class is not encouraged for children and adults who have aggressive behaviors as it can be a unsafe for the coaching staff and others involved in the class.To learn more about the Therapeutic and Special Olympics curriculum, please visit:  If you are unsure if this class is an appropriate choice, please contact Karlee at 

Swan City Test Session

Saturday April, 27th

Registration is now closed

Our next test session will be in August

We have a triple gold panel and will also be testing international dance

Welcome on Behalf of Swan City Ice Skaters!

Swan City Ice Skaters takes pride in offering a competitive Synchronized skating program along with opportunity for personal & competitive growth through Solo skating for figure skaters of all ages and skill level.
For more information about our classes & program please feel free to contact any board member listed on "About SCIS" tab to the left or "Contact Us" for a general inquiry.
We are located at 609 Gould Street in Beaver Dam, WI

Come Skate with Us!