Q: What is the best way to contact the Skating Club of New York?
Q: When are the Middle Atlantic Championships?
September 8-11, 2016 at Sky Rink, Chelsea Piers in New York City.
No-Test through Senior Levels.
Intermediate and Novice Free (Long) Program Only
Preliminary & Pre Preliminary Test Track
Team Competition for Pre-Juvenile and Below
Pairs Critique with International Judges and Specialists
Short and Free Style Programs
Q: Where is my "Test Permission" letter?
We email a PDF copy the letter to each member within 1-2 days of his or her renewal of or application for membership. Please check your email. You can also download your test permission form from our membership website http://comp.entryeeze.com/Membership/Welcome.aspx?cid=10
by logging into your account.
Q: What is the latest membership report?
The Skating Club of New York with over 980 members is one of the largest skating club in the country that is affiliated with U.S. Figure Skating. Most members live in the greater metropolitan area of New York City, but some members keep their SCNY membership even after they leave the city. Others join because of the membership privileges and the long illustrious history of the club. You can read more about the club's history and the record number of Olympic Gold Medals held by SCNY skaters on the History page. Membership privileges include access to test sessions, competitions, special clinics, competitive critiques, exhibitions and social events. Details about memberships are given on the Membership page.
Q: What is the SCNY Scholarship Fund?
The Skating Club of New York Scholarship Fund was created in 1998 to foster the development of the club's competitive Singles, Pairs and Dance skaters by helping to subsidize some of the skaters training expenses. Awards are made on the basis of three main criteria: financial need, competitive achievements and overall skating potential. Applicants must be SCNY home club members for a least a year and skating at the Juvenile level or above.
Selection of recipients of awards is made by the SCNY Scholarship Committee and approved by the SCNY Board of Directors. There is no guaranteed funding to all applicants. Award amounts vary with a maximum of $3,000 a year per skater and are given for one skating season only. A new application must be submitted for any following seasons.
The application deadline is October 20, 2017! Please make sure you or your skater meet the requirements
. All applicants will be notified by December 31, 2017 of the results. If you are interested in receiving an application, please email Matthew O'Toole, SCNY Scholarship Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org