USFS testing at South Suburban Ice Arena occurs about monthly. The test sessions are hosted alternatively between Colorado Skating Club and Denver Figure Skating Club. Each club has a chair/committee that works hard to put on the test session. Please follow the schedule/application deadlines and all instructions carefully. If you have any questions about testing please contact your skater’s coach, your skating club’s test chair or Director of Skating at SSIA/FSC – Gerry Lane.
Colorado Skating Club uses an online test application. Scroll below on this page to see the latest forms for CSC test sessions.The CSC test application has been divided into two online forms. You may use both forms as needed for any given CSC test session. The first form contains information for MIF, Singles, Pairs and Free Dance. The second form is for Compulsory Dance only. For those of you who may choose to test items on each form – please do so. We have constructed the form so that you will not be charged a hospitality fee twice or a non-club fee.
The test form must be completed 14 DAYS PRIOR to test date. All late entries are subject to availability of time and judges. Please contact the appropriate test chair with any questions. Please DO NOT attempt to fill out the CSC online test registration forms if you are passed the cut-off date. The system will not accept the entires. You must contact the CSC test chairs for this circumstance. Thank you!
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE U.S. FIGURE SKATING TEST REFRESH PROJECT INFO (2017 Governing Council Meeting)
CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE ONLINE FORM FOR MIF, SINGLES, PAIRS AND FREE DANCE (test sessions run by CSC)
CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE ONLINE FORM FOR COMPULSORY DANCE ONLY (test sessions run by CSC)
CSC test chair – Michelle McDonald (judges/scheduling)
CSC test chair – KarlaTack (finance, registration, recording)
Denver Figure Skating Test Chair
Liz Banko – TestChair@denverfsc.org
For test sessions run by Denver Figure Skating Club, please CLICK HERE for DFSC online test application.
DAY OF TEST
Please be at the rink a minimum of forty-five minutes before your scheduled test time and be prepared to test at any time. Cancelled tests can cause the test session to run ahead of schedule. Not being ready for your test when called upon or an inconvenient test time are not grounds for a refund.
The test chair reserves the right to cancel tests due to lack of appropriate judges.
If a skater does not pass a Moves in the Field Test and is scheduled to test the same level for Freestyle at the same session, the freestyle test fee will not be refunded.