Congratulations to Ondrej Kalny and Nancy Gonewan – Silver medalists at Adult Eastern Sectionals!!
o our Club members graduating from high school in Spring 2017. U.S. Figure Skating’s Graduating Senior Program recognizes skaters for their achievements during high school through the presentation of a certificate during a school function or graduation ceremony. Awards are offered at the Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze levels and skaters receive a certificate, pin, and letter of recognition. To those who applied, we also ask that you notify Maria Morin because your Club will recognize you as well! Send us your cap and gown photo for inclusion in our recognition activities.
The application period for Grace Moore Scholarships is now open. It is available under the Downloadable Forms to the right of this site.
Applicants must designate a New Jersey club as their U.S. Figure Skating home club. An applicant’s NJ home club must be a registered member of the NJ Council of FSC in order to be eligible to apply for a grant. IHNJFSC is a member of the NJCFSC. To be eligible for a Senior Scholarship a skater must be a Novice, Junior or Senior Level skater AND have competed for two consecutive years at a qualifying competition.
For a Junior Scholarship the skater must be a Juvenile or Intermediate skater and have competed at least one year at a qualifying competition.
Please follow the instructions from NJCFSC very carefully.
Please Note: There are three parts to complete: application, essay, and certification(note a permission to test is not an acceptable certification the test chair needs to certify) for a total of three pages. All parts must be submitted to the test chair for signature. Skaters under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian certify the originality of the essay.
Print neatly or type on one side only. Do not staple or bind pages together. Application must be postmarked by March 15, 2017. Absolutely NO late entries will be accepted or considered. The skater MUST complete the correct year’s application and must have the signature of a club offical, a blanket permission letter will be considered an incomplete application. The skaters home club must be a registered member of NJ Council of FSC otherwise the skater is not eligible for a grant. If the skater did not compete due to injury a doctors note must accompany the application to be considered. If the doctor’s note is not attached the application will be rejected.
The 17th Annual Ice House Basic Skills Competition is open and ready for entries
Competition Date: Sunday, April 09, 2017
Facility: Ice House, Hackensack NJ
Entry Deadline: March 17, 2017
Host Club: Ice House of NJ FSC
You can find competition information and the announcement under the downloadable documents to the upper right of the web site. Please be sure to read the announcement in its entirety and take note of deadlines, event, and music requirements.
Sign up at Entryeeze, Direct Sign up link: http://comp.entryeeze.com/Home.aspx?cid=403
Follow the link to the test schedule for January 16. Good luck to all skaters!