From the novice to freestyle skater to the advanced competitive figure skater, we have a summer camp for you.
Fairfax Ice Arena offers figure skating camps in the spring and summer with camp shows, a winter show and an annual I.S.I. competition in May. These programs are a great opportunity for skaters at all levels to learn choreography, and group and solo skating programs. Skaters will also learn the spirit of competition, showmanship, sportsmanship, teamwork and showcase their skating skills and growth.
Show:Saturday, December 11, 6:15 p.m.–8:15 p.m.
Dress Rehearsal: Saturday, December 11, 5:15 p.m.–6 p.m.
Get in the holiday spirit. Come out with family and friends to watch Fairfax Ice Arena skaters of all levels perform holiday group, solo and duet numbers.
Skater Check-in: Saturday, December 11, 4:45 p.m. - 5:10 p.m.
All skaters participating in the show must check-in at the Lessons Office between 4:45 p.m.–5:10 p.m. All skaters should be ready to go on the ice by dress rehearsal time.
The annual Spring Break Skating Camp is for kids ages 4–6 and 7–13 in beginner to freestyle 6 levels. The camp is held during Fairfax County school's spring break schedule. More information will be available in 2022.
The Summer Ice Skating Camp is a one week camp, for kids ages 4–13 who are beginner through Freestyle 3 levels. Price includes ice time, instruction, supervision, T-shirt and lunch. More information will be available in 2022.
This is a seven-week program session for Tot 5 through Freestyle 2, ages 4–13. Each skater will skate a solo to their favorite movie song. More information will be available in 2022.
3779 Pickett Rd., Fairfax, VA 22031
Fairfax Ice Arena's annual I.S.I. Competition is held on the first weekend of May. The competition is open to skaters in levels Tot 3/4 or Alpha and up, artistic freestyle, interpretive, spotlight, and spotlight couples. More information will be available in February.
The I.S.I Summer Skating Camp is two full weeks of concentrated ice skating for ages 4–13 in Tot 3/4–Freestyle 3 levels. Skaters can choose to do one or both weeks. You will receive instruction in the following areas: program, practice, stroking, ice show, lecture, maneuvers and an introduction to field moves/dance step. More information will be available in 2022.
This is a seven-week program session for Beta through Freestyle 6, ages 7–13. Each skater will skate a solo to their favorite rock n' roll song. More information will be available in 2022.
Earn Your Freestyle Badge
Many students have completed the maneuvers of their freestyle level in a freestyle class and have registered for the next higher level. However, you can not receive your ISI freestyle patch until you complete a program. During the class, your instructor will be able to test you for the program, so you can receive the freestyle badge.