From First-Time Skaters to Olympic Gold Medalists,
the ISCC has a program for everyone.

The International Skating Center of Connecticut is proud to offer a figure skating program that is one of the finest in the world today.  Our world class twin rink facility is designed to meet the needs of all skaters from the Olympic level to the first time competitor.

Our elite coaching staff features National, Olympic and World coaches capable of taking your skater to the highest level that this wonderful sport has to offer.

Figure Skating Schedule

Open Ice Schedule

Meet Our Figure Skating COACHES


“I love passing along my love and passion for the sport.”

Emilie's Bio

– 2000 Junior World Dance Silver Medalist
– 2-time U.S. National Junior Dance Silver Medalist
– Grand Prix Series Competitor
– U.S. National Senior Competitor
– Bachelor Degree in Broadcast Journalism.

National & International-Level Coach
– 20 years of Coaching Experience
– Singles, Ice Dance, Moves in the Field, & Choreography
– PSA, USFSA, SafeSport Certified, & Insured Coach


“I motivate students to meet their desired goals in a positive way and I teach them to believe in themselves.”

Kathleen's Bio

Regional Free Skate & Ice Dance Competitor
– Gold Medalist in Moves in the Field
– Former Figure Skating & Program Director
– Summer of Gold Camp Director
– Former Rink Manager
– Professional Vocalist & Performer.

35 Years of Coaching Experience
– Singles, Moves in the Field, Ice Dance, & Choreography
– Regional, Adult Sectional, & Adult National Coach
– Developed Advanced Figure Skating Classes & Created Hockey Curriculums for Learn to Skate Programs
– Recipient of Director’s Award for Exemplary Program
– Directing from USFSA
– Certified Power Skating Coach for Hockey
– PSA, USFSA, Ice Skating Institute, SafeSport Certified, & Insured Coach.


“I love to work with skaters that work hard and want to excel in figure skating”

Vladimir's Bio

Junior World Champion
– World Championship Competitor
– Former ISU Technical Specialist in Single Skating
– Bachelor Degree in Sports Education

National, International, & World-Level Coach
– 30 Years of Coaching Experience
– 2004 Junior World Champion, Andrei Griazev
– Multi-Mexican National Champion, International & World Competitor – Anna Cantu
– 2008 U.S. Junior National (Intermediate) Competitor – Erin Misericordia
– 2009 U.S. Junior National (Juvenile) Ladies Silver Medalist – Ainsley McGill
– 4-time Regional Champion, & National Competitor – Daniel Petrenko
– U.S. Sectional, & National Competitor – Emily Zhang
– Singles, Moves in the Field, & Off-ice Training
– PSA, USFSA, SafeSport Certified, & Insured Coach


“I look to excel skaters to the fullest and want them to maximize their potential.”

Daniel's Bio

4-time New England Regional Champion
– Eastern Sectional Bronze Medalist
– 4-time U.S. National Competitor
– Bachelor Degree in Economics & Healthcare Management

Director of Figure Skating, ISCC
– 8 years of Coaching Experience
– National-Level Coach
– U.S. National High Development Coach
– Singles, Choreography, Moves in the Field, & Off-ice Training
– PSA, USFSA, SafeSport Certified, & Insured Coach.


“I enjoy working with people that love to skate and molding them to reach their full abilities with the amount of time they choose to invest.”

Holly's Bio

Masters in Education
– Bachelors of Science in Biology
– PSA Senior Rated Freestyle Coach

Sectional & National-Level Coach
– 40+ Years of Coaching Experience
– 1995-1996 National (Juvenile-Intermediate) Ladies Competitor
– 1996, 2001, & 2002 Sectional (Intermediate (2) & Junior) Ladies Competitors & Champion
– 2001-2002 National (Intermediate) Ladies Competitor
– 2004 & 2019 National State Games (Senior & Novice) Ladies Champion
– 2004 New England Regional (Senior) Ladies Silver Medalist
– 2019 Collegiate (Novice) Ladies Champion
– 2021 U.S. Adult (Masters Int-Novice) Ladies Champion
– Singles, Choreography, Moves in the Field, & Off-ice Training


“I enjoy building skaters confidence so they may rise to any occasion. I believe skating engages a person of any age or level In lifelong learning.”

Juliette's Bio

– U.S. Solo Ice Dance National Competitor
– Director of Learn to Skate, ISCC
– Former Learn to Skate Consultant
– Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist
– Kinesiology/Exercise Science Degree

– 10 Years of Coaching Experience
– Students range from Pre-Preliminary – Senior
– Guest Power Skating & Edge Coach for MA Hockey Teams
– Singles, Moves in the Field, Solo Ice Dance, & Off-ice Training
– PSA, USFS, Safe Sport, and Insured Coach


(Open Figure Skating)

Available for private lessons or to just practice.

All coaches must have an up-to-date Liability Insurance to teach students. Proof of Insurance must be submitted to the Director of Figure Skating – Email Here

PM Session: $17 (60 minutes)
Half hour session: $13

Ticket Book: $140 (10 tickets / 10 hours of ice)

30-Day Pass: $465 (Unlimited FreeStyle sessions for 30 calendar days after purchase)

Responsibility Code

Figure Skating is for everyone. Skating can be enjoyed in many ways. Regardless of your level of skill, there are elements of risk in skating. Use common sense, show courtesy to others, and anticipate dangerous situations before they arise.

  1. Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other skaters.
  2. While on the ice, keep moving. Don’t stop where you obstruct other skaters. Don’t skate in groups.
  3. Skaters running programs have first right of way.
  4. Skaters in class or private lessons have second right of way; Coaches should remain close to the boards or by their students at all times and not plant themselves in the direct path of travel of skaters. Do not chase your skaters and share the ice.
  5. Do not stand against the wall to the point it blocks the flow of traffic.
  6. If a break or conversation is needed for a period of time please exit the ice and return when you are ready to continue skating.
  7. Please be aware of your surrounding and always look before leaving an area.
  8. Don’t carry children or other items while skating.
  9. Rink equipment can be dangerous. Stay off the ice when resurfacing is in progress.
  10. Respect the ice. Please do not litter or use foul language.

Use caution and skate in control. Respect other skaters. The rink’s monitors cannot guarantee our safety and will not protect you from injury. It is part of your responsibility to avoid other skaters and hazards. Failure to use good judgement and skate responsibly will result in the loss of skating privileges.

Skating History at ISCC

Explore some of the Legends who have skated at the ISCC through the years – Legends

ISCC Programs

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Figure Skating Calendar

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