Congratulations to all the HHFSC members who passed tests this past year -- we are proud of you!
"Skating will keep you young and healthy",
Michael Seibert, HHFSC coach
Join HHFSC for Sunday morning ice dance sessions
Sundays, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30. a.m.at Harvey School Rink in Katonah
Walk-on rates: $30 for 1 hour; $50 for 2 hours
9 Week subscription: $180 for 1 hours; $325 for 2 hours
10 hour ticket: $225
These fees are for ice time only - no lessons. Pay fees online here
HHFSC'S GRADUATING SENIOR AWARD RECIPIENTS
We are proud to salute members Caitlin Chan and Melissa Woo who are honored this year. Both were recognized by U.S. Figure Skating at the highest Platinum level of achievement. The Graduating Senior Award Program recognizes student-athletes who have worked hard to pursue figure skating while maintaining a high level of academic achievement.
Caitlin has been skating since she was five and has been competing in the National Solo Dance Series since 2012. She has won four national championships and is a three-time USFS Gold Medalist. In addition, Caitlin is a four-time varsity letterman and was captain of the Darien High
School girls' ice hockey team for the 2019-2020 season. She helped lead her team to two CT State Championships, a conference championship this year, and was named to the 2nd Team All FCIAC for the past two seasons. Caitlin will be attending Bates College in the fall with an intended major in the math or science field.
Melissa, a recent graduate of Greenwich High School in Greenwich, CT, has been a figure skater for over 12 years, competing with the Skyliners for nearly 10 seasons and winning two national championships (Juvenile, Novice).
She is also a Triple Gold Medalist (Moves in the Field, Ice Dance, Free Dance). Melissa loves sharing her passion for figure skating by volunteering at Greenwich Special Olympics, where she has coached special needs athletes for over four years. Melissa is passionate about finding ways to apply computing and technology to address societal needs, creating apps to diagnose skin melanoma and address the systemic issue of sexual assault. She is dedicated to helping others through her nonprofit, STEM For All, through which she teaches local computer programming classes, and through Girls with Impact, where she mentors girls interested in entrepreneurship. At school, Melissa is the president of Girls Who Code and the Economics Club. She is excited to continue her studies and her passion for figure skating at Princeton University next year.