1. General Information
Registration is on-going for all programs. Fees will be pro-rated for late applications. We will pro-rate from the first day that you begin your lessons and under the following guidelines: Canskate and CanPowerskate– begins at the half-way mark of the session; Starskate – begins after 3 weeks from start of the session. Buy on rates are applicable once only 5 weeks or less are left in session.
Please read our Club Policies Section for details on payment options and other requirements and/or restrictions which may apply.
Looking for ways to reduce costs?
Invite your friends & family to register for one of our Programs.
A $5.00 discount to anyone who brings a new member to join the club.
Why choose Grandview Skating Club For CanSkate Lessons?
Our coaches are all nationally certified and with the help of trained program assistants we are able to provide more hands on instruction. Our mission has always been to make skating fun and affordable for the community.
2. How to Register
- Register for CanPower, CanSkate, STAR1, STAR 2- Gold is Online at GSC ONLINE REGISTRATION
- All online payments must be paid at the time of registration with a VISA, Mastercard of E-Transfer. Skaters will not be allowed on the ice if payment has not been received.
- When you are registering for STAR programs you will be asked to fill check off the Volunteer Bond, one per family. The Volunteer bond is held on your credit card until Dec 31, 2020. When all volunteer fundraising contributions are complete, parents will be notified and the amount held on credit will be deleted. See Volunteering for more information on the Volunteer Bond.
3. Skate Canada Membership Fee
An Annual Skate Canada Membership Fee is included on the Registration Forms. This fee is valid from September 1st to August 31st . To be able to skate on a Skate Canada’s member club ice, every skater needs to have a valid Skate Canada Membership.
The online invoice will automatically add $43.65 Skate Canada Fee for any new skaters.
4. Can’t Make A Class?
You must notify your coach at least 24 hours in advance should your skater need to cancel a lesson. If 24-hour notice is not met, the lesson will be forfeited and you will be charged for the missed lesson.
If 24-hour cancellation notification is provided, our coaches will schedule a make-up class within the current skating year (please note that due to COVID-19 related restrictions, we may not be able to make up a missed class or it may take a few weeks to schedule the make-up classes).