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 (Ages 4 – 8)  

Langley Skating Club’s Junior Academy (JA) Program is by invitation only. Invitation
is based on the Director of Skating’s assessment of competent skating skills and a
positive work ethic. Most JA skaters are typically drawn from our CanSkate Program.


Langley Skating Club’s JA Program requires skaters to train in a group lesson format, a minimum of two days or more per week. The Junior sessions can be occasionally usedto supplement more training time, with approval by the Director of Skating. The JA Program offers a Team Coaching environment and 100% coach-directed time.

Skaters continue to learn fundamental skills through our advanced CanSkate Program,Stage 5 and 6. Skaters also participate in off-ice classes, which include but are notlimited to flexibility training and cardiovascular training.

For Program & Registration Information, click here.


  • Hair must be neat and tidy at all times; ponytail, bun, etc.

  • No jeans, hoodies, or any other sweater or jacket that has a hood attached is
    permitted due to safety reasons.

  • Skating Halos are allowed and encouraged; the Skating or Ice Halo wraps snugly around the head, to help provide secure protection.

  • Athletic leggings, skating dresses or skirts, along with warm tops and snug fitting athletic jackets are the appropriate clothing. Remember to have your child in mini gloves for protection and warmth.

  • Proper figure skates are a necessity. Please see below for nearby Figure Skating Stores where professionals will help fit your child with the proper fitting skates for their level. All skating attire and equipment can be purchased there as well.

★ Skaters Edge in Coquitlam (604-521-5550)
★ Cyclone Taylor in Vancouver (604-264- 9261)


Ice Skates
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