Get to know us

The Seattle Skating Club is a member club of U.S. Figure Skating, the only recognized national governing body of figure skating in the United States. We currently have 250 plus members, making us one of the largest clubs in the Pacific Northwest.  

We are located in two rinks: our primary rink is the Olympicview Arena in Mountlake Terrace and approximately 3 miles away is our secondary rink the Lynnwood Ice.  At Olympicview, you will find freestyle sessions and many of our coaches teaching private or small group lessons.  Public skating and our basic skills program is run out of the Lynnwood Ice Center. 

Our skaters range in age from 2 to 72 and enjoy recreational skating for health and fitness through to our TEAM USA members.  Whether your skating goal is to pass USFS testing levels, to enjoy fun competitions or to chase the olympic dream, the Seattle Skating Club is a supportive community environment that celebrates all our skater's goals and successes.  Karissa Black

SSC is also a 501.c.3 non-profit organization recognized in the state of Washington.  Our members are governed by an elected Board, that meet to plan the activities of the club.  The Seattle Skating Club shares ownership in the Washington Ice Skating Association, with Seattle Junior Hockey.  This group maintains and manages both the Lynnwood Ice Center and the Olympicview Arena.  

Each year our club hosts several social activities, such as our much-enjoyed Holiday Exhibition, as well as picnics, ice shows, critique sessions and our two annual competitions - Ice Fest and the Rising Stars Basic Skills event.