CBS Skating Club is a not-for-profit skating club that is sanctioned by Skate Canada. We offer many opportunities for skaters of all ages in our community including CanSkate, STARSkate, Competitive Skate as well as Synchronized Skating. All coaching is led by NCCP Certified, Skate Canada Professional Coaches. We strive to help all members embrace the joy of skating and reach any goals they may have for themselves.
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CBS Skating Club is pleased to announce our 2022-2023 registration information! Registration will be opening on August 16th at the following times:
Associate STARSkaters: 7:00pm
Please click here to view our 2022-2023 season schedule.
Please note pricing details will be available soon.
STARSkate Important Notes:
The "names of the sessions have changed. Please register your skater for their appropriate sessions based on the current FreeSkate level they are working on (more information listed on the schedule).
The Sunday schedule for September will be different than October-March. The September scheduled is posted separately from our regular season schedule here.
CanSkate Important Notes:
CanSkate does not start until October 6th.
Intro to STAR (previously called PreBronze) is for CanSkaters working on stages 4-6. Skaters must register for two sessions a week (Intro to STAR and CanSkate) to encourage faster progression into our STARSkate stream. Intro to STAR starts September 7th.
We look forward to seeing you all back on the ice for another amazing season!
Our 2022-2023 AGM took place on Tuesday, June 21st at 7:00pm at the CBS Arena Warm Room.
Volunteer Positions – The Value of One. The Power of Many.
CBS Skating Club is a volunteer run organization. Congratulations to the following individuals who have been elected to our board.
- Treasurer - Chris Abbott
- Vice President - Nicki Smith
- Events Director - Amanda Drover
- Club Development Director - Erin Sweeney
- Program Director - Vacant
Other Volunteer coordinator and committee member positions are also available
Respect in Sport
In order to maintain a respectful, positive atmosphere moving forward, it is mandatory that parents of members (Home Club and Associate), adult members and volunteers take the Respect in Sport Program before commencement of the 2020/2021 skating season.
The Respect in Sport course will be a part of your registration process as it is with other similar sports organizations such as CBR Minor Hockey. If you are involved with other organizations using this program you only have to complete it once. You can import your certification number to our Club's site. Please note that Skate Canada requires recertification every 4 years.
To complete the course please visit the following link: https://skatecanadaparent.respectgroupinc.com/
(Association Name: South Conception Bay) Fee paid directly to Respect in Sport