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When do my USFS and SLSC memberships expire?

All U.S. Figure Skating and St. Louis Skating Club memberships expire June 30. 

How do I get a permission letter to participate in a competition, test session or ice show sponsored by another club?

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What does "junior" mean?

In figure skating, "junior" can have different meanings and becomes a confusing term.

For testing and competing, "Junior" is the level just below "Senior."

For membership, "Junior" refers to skaters in high school and below, which usually correlates to age 18 and below. A skater 18 years old and under would be a junior member. After high school, that skater becomes a collegiate member. After college, the skater becomes an adult skater or "Senior" member of SLSC.

"Junior Club" refers to our Learn to Skate USA skater members.

Who should I call or e-mail if I have further questions?

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Our Mission

The mission of St. Louis Skating Club is to promote, encourage and improve all areas of amateur skating, in all disciplines. St. Louis Skating Club encourages a fraternal feeling among ice skaters and strives to raise the standard and level of figure skating by encouraging testing and competitive skating and by providing skaters access to qualified club-approved coaches.

501(c)(3)

St. Louis Skating Club is a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Any gift you make is tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.