July 5-10, 2015
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*Brochures and registratopm for the 2015 Miami Summer Skating Schools will be available in early 2015. Miami Summer Skating Schools close registration on a specific camp if it becomes full before the June 1 Registration Deadline. All Miami Summer Skating Schools close registration on June 1 each year.*
About the ExperienceThe country's first Varsity Synchronized Skating Program is offering a week long look in to the life of a Miami University Synchronized Skater. Each clinic is a part of the skating program that Miami student athletes participate in on a regular basis. Participants will be led through a vigorous week of on and off-ice activities aimed at improving synchronized skating skills.
For a glimpse of what the Elite Synchronized Skating Experience has to offer, click here for a sample schedule. The Elite Skating Experience will begin with check-in at the Goggin Ice Center on Sunday at 3pm. Activities will start approximately one hour after the conclusion of Check In. The last day of the Elite Synchronized Skating Experience is highlighted with a campus tour at 9 am that family and friends are welcome to attend. Participants will perform in the skills exhibition for friends and family beginning at 12 pm immediately followed by check out at 1 pm.
Our FacilityThe Goggin Ice Center is truly a state of the art building with two full size ice surfaces, one with arena seating, multiple locker rooms, and a spacious lobby. All residence halls have air conditioned rooms, dorm refrigerators in each room, Wi-Fi and laundy facilities are available. Off-ice conditioning classes are conducted at the University Rec Center and are led by their certified fitness instructors. The ice center, residence hall and dining facilities are all within a short walking distance of each other.
Students will skate in the *NEW* Goggin Ice Center.
Camp students will stay at a Miami Residence Hall, conveniently located within a 3 minute walk from the New Goggin Ice Center.
Students will enjoy the freshly prepared meals offered every day at Scott Dining Hall. Students also have the opportunity to purchase goodies at the snack bar.
Oxford, Ohio with a population of 8,500, is the home of Miami University. Founded in 1809, Miami is a state institution that highly resembles an Ivy League school in academic quality and overall atmosphere. Oxford and Miami provide the very best environment to attract skaters. Once you visit Oxford, you will never want to leave!
Skater RequirementsSkaters wishing to participate in the Miami Elite Synchronized Experience are subject to the following criteria:
- Passed Novice Moves in the Field by May 1, 2015
- Must be a High School Student or an incoming College First Year Student Fall 2015
- Must have an activie USFS Membership or International equivalent.
- Prior Synchronized Skating Experience
Any skaters wishing to participate, but not meeting the above criteria are encouraged to attend the Miami Synchronized Skating Camp. Skater birthdate & test information will be checked against USFS records upon receipt of their registration form.