U.S. Figure Skating provides training camp opportunities for all athletes and coaches. Brief descriptions of all U.S. Figure Skating camps can be found below. Learn more and register for camps on Members Only.
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Camps are listed in alphabetical order; invitation-only camps are denoted.
- Athlete Acceleration Summit
The Athlete Acceleration Summit is a camp dedicated to helping athletes improve their performance, personality and poise on ice. All four disciplines (singles, pairs, ice dance and synchronized) are invited to participate in this two-day camp.
- Champs Camp
Champs Camp is an invitation-only camp provided for high performance athletes. This is a performance-based camp intended to prepare athletes for the Grand Prix Series.
- Dance Camp
All ice dance teams intending to compete in the U.S. qualifying season are invited to participate in Dance Camp. Athletes will work on ice dance skills during this two-day camp.
- DREAM Camp
DREAM Camp is a one-day training camp for synchronized skaters geared toward helping athletes at the synchro skills, preliminary, pre-juvenile and open juvenile levels, and those new to synchronized skating, improve their individual and synchronized skating skills.
- Excel National Festival
This Excel National Festival is a camp experience for those skaters participating in the National Excel Final, Excel open events or Learn to Skate USA skaters. Skaters participate in on-ice and off-ice classes, some of which are led by Team USA skaters. There is additional parent and coach programming.
- High Performance Singles Camp
The High Performance Singles Camp is an invitation-only training camp provided for high performance singles athletes.
- High Performance Summer Camps
The High Performance Summer Camps are invitation-only camps that are strongly recommended for high performance athletes. Athletes attending a high performance camp have the opportunity to perform their short program and free skate (ice dance – rhythm and free dances) in a competition. Athletes also participate in a technical feedback session and pre-participation physical exams.
- Jump On It! Camp
Jump On It! Camp focuses primarily on jumps and jump exercises. Singles and pairs athletes are invited to participate in this two-day program based on their competitive history.
- National Development Camp
The top performing juvenile, intermediate and novice athletes at the U.S. Sectional Finals qualify for the National Development Camp, which immediately follows the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. Athletes participate in a three-day educational training program to accelerate their exposure to High Performance Programs and Team USA. Athletes also have the opportunity to be selected for advanced novice and junior international competitions and other high performance programs and competitions at the conclusion of the camp.
- National Synchronized Skating Summit & Coaches College
The National Synchronized Skating Summit is a combination of an athlete and coaching program for those involved in the synchronized skating discipline. During the even years, it is a coaching only program (to coincide with the ISU Congress) referred to as Coaches College. During the odd years, the athletes and coaches have programming together to provide collaboration in the sport and is called the National Synchronized Skating Summit.
- Pairs Camp
All pairs teams intending to compete in the U.S. qualifying season at the novice, junior, and senior levels are invited to participate in Pairs Camp. Athletes will work on pairs skills during this week-long camp.
- World Junior Selection Camp
The World Junior Selection Camp is an invitation-only performance camp for singles athletes being considered for selection to the World Junior Team by the International Committee.