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Introducing NEW to the Nashville Skating Academy for Home School Students: AGES 6 AND UP.  Beginning January 19th we are launching the start of our Home School Learn-to-Skate Program at Centennial Sportsplex! !!  Learn the correct technique for the basic elements of skating and develop your coordination skills.

Class cost $75  includes:

➡️30 minutes instruction
➡️30 minutes supervised practice
➡️FREE rental skates
➡️4 week programs
➡️1 FREE public session pass

Contact Nashville Skating Academy at ‭(615) 928-7977‬/email [email protected] or use online registration.

2019 Spring 2 Session
April 4 - April 25
Thursdays 1:15 - 2:15 pm

2019 Spring 3 Session
May 2 - May 23
                                                          Thursdays 1:15 - 2:15 pm                                                        
Make-Up Policy:

We value the relationship that our students develop with our teachers through regular, consistent instruction. We assign teachers at the start of each term based on the initial enrollment to ensure the best possible student teacher ratio. For these reasons, students are encouraged to make every effort to attend the class and day for which they are registered. Students make the most progress by regular attendance and practice. Students may make-up one class per term missed due to illness or personal conflict. 

Refund Policy: Please be aware there is a no refund policy
Home School Skating program family discount: 
$5 off the second family member, $10 off the third family member, $15 off the fourth family member.
Home School multi-session discount: Register for two or more sessions will receive 10% discount
Skates: Please talk to one of our office staffs if you are interested in new skates. 

**Bike Helmets are recommended for beginner skaters.
**Gloves and warm, removable layers are key to enjoying your time on the ice.
**When tying skates, it is important to remember that they must be tied tight at the base of the boot first. This will keep the ankles from buckling in or out. The most common mistake is to not have them tight at the base, and then too tight up at the top. Most people find it comfortable to always have the base tighter than the top of the boot. This will promote easy knee bend, as well as good support for the rest of the foot.