Frederick FSC conducts all test sessions at Skate Frederick. Test applicants should arrive a minimum of 1 hour before their scheduled warm up time. Skaters must check in with the Test Chair, or designee, upon arrival. A locker room is available for skater’s belongings.
fees vary; please see application. Test fees noted on the application
are for home-club members of the Frederick FSC. Non-Frederick FSC
members must pay an additional fee (per test session).
There are no refunds
for test fees once registered, except for cases of documented illness or
Late applications will be accepted at the discretion of the Test Chair and will be subject to a late fee.
Frederick FSC holds test sessions approximately 5 times per year for Moves in the Field, Freeskate, and Dance. All test applicants must be current members in good standing with their USFS home club, have the recommendation of their coach, and pay the appropriate fees.
Receipt of an application by the deadline does not guarantee a spot in the test session. Our sessions fill up quickly!
Tentative schedules are emailed to all participants and coaches.
FSC welcomes out-of-club skaters. A letter of permission from the test
applicant’s home club must accompany the test application. Permission to test can be emailed to the test chair.
of testing skaters must be on the Compliant Coaches list published and
maintained by U.S. Figure Skating in order to put a skater on the ice. Non-compliant coaches will not be allowed to participate under any
circumstances. You may be asked to provide proof of USFS and PSA
membership, along with a state issued photo id.
Letter of Permissionfor Frederick FSC members
We understand that it is sometimes difficult to attend Frederick FSC test sessions and that you must test outside of the club. To that end, you are required to have permission from Frederick FSC for each test that you take. Each member in good standing can access a personalized permission letter by logging into their membership account in Entryeeze. NOTE: You may need to enable pop-ups to access the link. Once you log in, click on the Permission Letter button and you will see a permission letter in PDF format on your screen. Send this letter with your test application.