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Test Session

Test sessions will be on hold until further notice.

Please check back in 2021. Thank you for thinking of our club!


If you have any questions, please contact 

Tammy Eilbes

SCIS Figure Skating Test Session

Triple Panel Test Session

We will NOT be providing a dance partner at this test session. You will need to provide your own.

Please be prepared to skate up to one hour before scheduled test time
Testing with SCIS at Beaver Dam Family Center Ice Arena
Please read the following information carefully as it explains our procedures and policies regarding applying for and testing USFS tests with the Swan City Ice Skaters. You can find the link to our test application at the top of this page.

Swan City Ice Skaters Club Test Application Procedures 

♦ Please follow the link above, for other registration arrangements, please contact  Tammy Eilbes at


 Fees in addition to regular test fees

♦ Non Members of SCIS must pay an additional  $20 fee.  




Test applicants should read the following before submitting an application

1)  Test fees are non refundable so be sure that you are available to take the test at any time on the scheduled day.

2)  Testers and coaches should be prepared to test up to one hour before their scheduled time. If the test session runs early and you are not present one hour before your scheduled time, you risk forfeiting your test.

3)   When submitting an application for a contingent test, be aware that your test fee is forfeited if you are unable to take the contingent test.

that you have other commitments.

4)   Please have a valid email address and a valid coach's email address when you submit your application and be sure to check the schedule on our website and your email for schedule updates.


Permission Letters

If you are taking USFSA tests at other clubs, you must get a letter of permission from a SCIS executive member to verify that you are a member in good standing of the SCIS.


US Figure Skating

Please refer to the U.S. Figure Skating Rule book to gain a better understanding of all the test rules and expectations before testing. Further description of the elements of each test is available in the rule book.