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CHA Learn-to-Skate Program

Attention: All skaters must be registered with USA Hockey, the cost is $56.50 per player ($10.50 of which is for Massachusetts Hockey affiliate fee) and this is non-refundable. Please click here to register with USA Hockey. USA Hockey registration is required for insurance purposes and is active for the entire 2019-2020 season. You only need to register once per season, even if you participate in multiple sessions of CHA instructional programs.

RegistrationPlease click here to register for our Learn-to-Skate Program.

Ages for 2019 - 2020 Season: Birth dates of 2009 - 2015

*If your player falls out of the target age range, but you would like to register, please contact our Development Program Director (email address below).

Schedule:  Session 1 - Nov. 10th to Dec. 29th
                  Session 2 - Jan. 5th to Feb. 23rd

Ice Time (on average): Saturday mornings - 10:40am to 11:40am

LocationChelmsford Forum (2 Brick Kiln Road, North Billerica, MA 01862)

Program Tuition: $70 per 8 week session

Program DescriptionThe Learn-to-Skate Program is a great entry point for kids to begin and develop skating skills and have fun out on the ice. The program targets boys and girls ages 4-10 and will be divided into groups on the ice based on level of proficiency.

Novice Group: Program emphasis is on having fun on the ice as children will learn to stand on their own and begin to move independently on the ice.

Advanced Group: Program emphasis is on having fun on the ice as children learn more advanced skating techniques, such as; forward stride, skating backwards, stopping, and turning. 

AttentionOn-ice parent volunteers that would like to assist CHA coaching staff are welcome. We just ask that you wear a helmet and fill out a CORI form. Please click here to find the CORI form and either scan and submit to our Development Program Director (email address below) or in person to a member of CHA staff either found on the ice or at the sign-in table.

Required EquipmentHECC approved helmet with face mask, knee pads, and thick gloves. Elbow pads are recommended as are hockey gloves in place of thick gloves. Hockey skates or figure skates can be worn.

*CHA has a limited amount of equipment (helmet, elbow pads and gloves) available to registered players. If you are interested in borrowing the equipment for the season, please contact our Development Program Director (email address below).

ContactBrad Marmo, Vice President & Development Program Director ~