Membership Information

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Peninsula Skating Club is dedicated to furthering the sport of figuring skating in the Bay Area, South Bay and Peninsula. With a membership base of over 350 and a strong coaching staff, PSC is home to both recreational skaters as well as Olympic hopefuls.

Peninsula accepts new members all year round. Our membership year coincides with the US Figure Skating membership year and runs from July 1 to June 30. We have a number of membership types to fit the various interests and needs of our members. As a club member, you are eligible for:

  • Club ice sessions for practice as well as social opportunities
  • PSC test sessions for Moves in the Field, Freestyle and Dance
  • Performance opportunities at club sponsored competitions, exhibitions, shows, and critiques!
  • Access to national level judges and officials affiliated with Peninsula Skating Club
  • Financial support for skaters who qualify to Sectional, Junior National, and National
  • Fun and social events to get to know other skaters, parents, judges and officials —pizza parties, annual banquet.
  • Programs including parent and skater support.

PSC, a member club of US Figure Skating, is an entirely volunteer driven organization built to provide support to skaters, judges, officials, and coaches.

For more information, contact the
PSC Membership Chair

2016-2017 Online Membership Link

 

Full Membership (These are home club memberships and are required for competing and ice buying):

 

Skater + 2 Parent Package Full membership for one skater and membership of both parents of a skater under 18 years of age.
Skater + Parent Package Full membership for one skater and membership for one parent of a skater under 18 years of age.
Full (Basic) Membership Full membership for one skater. Required for testing and competing.
Second Family Member Full membership for additional skaters in the same family.
Coaches For skating professionals. Required for credentials at US Figure Skating qualifying competitions.
Collegiate One fee for 4 years and must be in college for the 4 year period and be between the ages of 18 and 25.
Special Olympics For participants involved with Special Olympics.

Additional Membership types:

TOI Team Member For TOI tsting and competing as a member of a Theatre on Ice Team. This membership does not allow for individual competition. Team members who also compete as individuals must join as a full member.
Associate For skaters whose home is NOT PSC, but wish to skate on club ice or test on PSC sessions at member rates.
Intro For skaters new to figure skating. This full membership is good for skater's first membership year.
Alumni For former PSC skaters and parents who no longer actively skate, but wish to continue their affiliation with PSC.
Officials For judges, accountants, music and other US Figure Skating officials.

Need to order a rulebook? Rulebooks are supplied as part of the membership renewal process for coaches. Members can order rulebooks directly from US Figure Skating at www.usfigureskating.org on the Members Only page.

We need your help... Each family must complete a Minimum of 10 hours of volunteering to remain in good standing. Volunteers are an essential ingredient to running our two competitions and supporting our skaters. Becoming a volunteer is easy—complete the volunteer form and return it with your membership application. Most opportunities do not require previous experience, so donít worry if you donít know how to ice monitor or run the music. Once we receive your application, you will be contacted by our extraordinary volunteer coordinator to discuss events where you can fulfill your 10 hour volunteer requirement. Please check the PSC website for volunteer opportunities. You can also contact our PSC Membership Chair for more information.

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