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2020/2021 Assessment Days

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Preparing For An Assessment Day:
  • Approximately 4 weeks before assessment day, your coach prepares a list of potential assessments.The list is forwarded to the Assessment coordinator who in turn submits the assessment list to Skate Canada.

  • If you have any questions or concerns about the upcoming assessment day, you should discuss with your coach at this time.

  • Your coach will have until 2 weeks before the first scheduled assessment day to decide whether or not the skater is ready to  be assessed.

  • If he/she feels that the test is not ready to be tried, the test will be "PULLED".

  • There is no charge for tests that are pulled at least 2 weeks prior to assessment day.

  • Any assessment that is not pulled 2 weeks prior to the first scheduled assessment day are included in the final submission to Skate Canada and must be paid for, according to Skate Canada rules.

  • Once the final assessment lists are received by the Assessment coordinator, assessment fee sheets are prepared and forwarded to the coaches for distribution.

  • Please ask your coach for your assessment fee sheets, assessment fees must be paid one week before the scheduled assessment day.

  • The assessment fee sheets and payment should be enclosed in an envelope and deposited in the mail box inside Pad 2 marked "ASSESSMENT DAY”.

  • Only tests that have been paid by the deadline date will be included in the test day schedule.

  • Assessments  that have not been paid for by the deadline date will be submitted to Skate Canada as a "RETRY". The skater will still be responsible for assessment fee.

  • The schedule will be posted on the Lindsay Skating Club website and on the bulletin board at the arena, one week prior to assessment day.


Assessment Day:
  • Skaters should be in the arena ready for assessment at least 30 minutes before their scheduled assessment time.

  • **Skaters missing their scheduled assessment time will not be permitted to be assessed at a later time.**

  • They should be lined up at the door to the arena ready to go as soon as the group before has finished.

  • It is important that skaters move on and off the ICE QUICKLY in order for the assessment day to run on schedule.

  • Assessment results will be released to coaches/skaters only after all paperwork has been signed and checked by the evaluators.

  • There are sometimes delays in this process and your patience is appreciated.

Assessment Fees:
  • Assessment sheets are forwarded to your coaches for distribution.

  • The Skate Canada fee is $12.00 per assessment.

  • Hospitality fees and ice fee will vary depending on length of  assessment and number of evaluators needed

  • Assessment fees are due one week prior to the assessment day.

  • Only assessments that have been paid for by the due date will be included on the assessment day schedule.

  • Any unpaid tests will be submitted to Skate Canada as “Retry” and the skater will still be responsible for the fee.

Please Note:

Low tests (STAR 1 to STAR 5) all assessments are done during regular ice time. These are assessed by the coaches.

STAR 6 to Gold level assessments are evaluated by Skate Canada judges.

Skate Canada Programs:

For information on Star Skate and the assessment system please log on to

Click the button below to e-mail our assessment coordinator Diane. Or to submit any assessments.
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