WELCOME TO THE KITCHENER-WATERLOO SKATING CLUB!

We are a non-profit skating club that offers quality programs for all ages across both cities.  We are one of the largest and most successful Skate Canada sanctioned clubs!


LEARN TO SKATE

Our Learn-to-Skate programs are designed to teach fundamental skating skills to people of all ages interested in ice sports such as hockey, ringette, and figure skating, as well as those wanting to skate for fitness and enjoyment.

Learn more...


FIGURE SKATING

KWSC is one of Canada's leading training centres. We offer singles, pairs, dance, and synchronized skating programs for beginners through to elite athletes. Our world-class training facility includes virtually everything a skater needs to reach their goals, all under one roof.

Learn more...


POWER SKATING

Skating is the most fundamental skill required to play hockey or ringette. Our Twin City Hockey Skating School offers power skating programs throughout the year. For more information, visit our Twin City Hockey Skating School website.

WHY CHOOSE KWSC?

  • We are K-W's exclusive provider of the unrivalled CanSkate program--Canada's only nationally regulated learn-to-skate program
  • Our programs are taught by a team of Skate Canada trained and certified professional coaches with a demonstrated track record of outstanding success
  • We are K-W's only not-for-profit skating club
  • For over 75 years we have done one thing, and we have done it exceptionally well: teaching children and adults to skate!

REGISTRATION INFO


LEARN-TO-SKATE and POWER SKATING programs are offered year-round, organized into 4 seasons:

  • Fall: Sep-Dec
  • Winter: Jan-Mar
  • Spring: Apr-Jun
  • Summer: Jun-Aug

You can register separately for each of these seasons.

FIGURE SKATING programs are offered year-round, organized into 3 seasons:

  • Fall/Winter: Sep-Mar
  • Spring: Apr-Jun
  • Summer: Jul-Aug

RECENT NEWS & EVENTS


  • Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club to host Skate Ontario Sectional Series this Month Read...
  • The Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club is excited to welcome Anabelle Langlois-Hay as Technical Director. Read...
  • KWSC Technical Director, Pat teBoekhorst Announces Retirement from Club Read...
  • KWSC Celebrates Volunteers! Read...
  • KWSC Receives Ontario Quest for Gold Funding Read...
  • Congratulations Skate Ontario Development Team! Read...