Welcome to the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club


Not sure which program is right for you? READ ABOUT OUR LEARN-TO-SKATE PROGRAMS

Most learn-to-skate programs are offered year-round at rinks located throughout the Waterloo Region. Sessions are organized into five terms that can be purchased separately:

SPRING 2017 (APRIL 2 - JUNE 25)

Click to download PDF2017 Spring Schedule and Pricing


The Skate Canada membership fee ($35.70) must be payed once per year, and covers the September 1 to August 31 period.


For more information about our Power Skating programs, please consult the Twin City Hockey Skating School website

Latest News

2017 Annual Report:
All KWSC members are encouraged to read our 2017 annual report for information on club activities this past year.

STAR and COMP Registration:

Online registration for all STAR and Competitive programs is now open. All summer STAR and Competitive programs will be sold by the week. Info..

Summer 2017 learn-to-skate and power skating registration:

Online registration for summer 2017 learn-to-skate and power skating programs is now open. Info...


Jun. 11, 2017:

KWSC Annual General Meeting & Awards Gala.

  Notice of meeting
  Notice of election
  Director biographies
  Voting eligibility info

Jun. 22, 2017:

Test Day

Jun. 25, 2017:
Skating Seminar featuring Gabby Daleman

We are K-W's exclusive provider of Skate Canada certified skating programs such as CanSkate and CanPowerSkate.


CanSkate was developed by a team of hockey, figure skating, and ringette experts to teach the fundamentals of skating. CanSkate is the only nationally regulated learn-to-skate program in Canada. This tested and proven new curriculum and delivery method promotes unrivaled development of strong basic skills. The new program includes specific skills that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating. The result is a fun and dynamic program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport.


True Sport

True Sport



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