Types Of Membership


A full club membership entitles the skaters to do the following:

  • Test at U.S. Figure Skating-sponsored test sessions
  • Compete at U.S. Figure Skating-sanctioned events
  • Participate in U.S. Figure Skating qualifying events
  • Represent your club at regional, sectional and national events
  • Participate in all sanctioned events

Members also receive the following benefits:

  • Certificates of accomplishment for passing proficiency tests and placing at U.S. Figure Skating qualifying events
  • Subscription to SKATING magazine
  • Individually numbered membership card
  • Special offers and discounts from U.S. Figure Skating corporate partners

Membership Types


If you are over 18 years old, this is probably the right choice for you; it entitles you to all the benefits listed above.  If you are joining for the first time, you should take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer described below.  And if you already belong to a different home club, choose the Second Club Membership.


This is the correct choice for underage skaters.  It includes full membership for one child and one parent (or guardian).  You are also eligible for the Introductory Membership during your first year.  Sign up the adult member first, then add the child.


The introductory membership is available to first-time home members at a one-time discounted rate. This membership carries the same privileges as a full membership (either Individual or Family), including a subscription to SKATING magazine and all testing and competition rights.


This is a four-year full membership at a reduced rate for college-aged members, and all skating privileges apply for the duration that include subscription to SKATING magazine, and all testing and competition rights. Each athlete may receive this option only once during their entire skating career. Skaters can sign up any time in college and must provide a copy of College ID upon registration.


Membership for individual skaters, coaches, and professionals who test and/or compete at any and all USFS levels and belong to a home club other than Pasadena FSC. Includes club correspondence and discounted rates for club sessions.


Learn to Skate is the official learn-to-skate program of US Figure Skating that provides fun, challenging and rewarding skating curriculums for all ages and abilities. It also serves as a bridge to U.S. Figure Skating testing and competitive structure. When you register for the U.S. Figure Skating Learn to Skate Program, you will receive:

    • An official U.S. Figure Skating Learn to Skate membership card
    • A brightly colored record book with stickers to track your progress through the lessons
    • A membership year patch
    • Opportunity to participate in approved Learn to Skate events associated with the registered program
    • Learn to Skate Edition of SKATING magazine

Please note that the Learn to Skate Membership does not offer the full benefits of a full USFS Membership.  A Learn to Skate member is eligible to participate in approved Learn to Skate events only and is not considered a PFSC regular member. He or she will not have access to the full benefits and opportunities offered through the club membership as described in the Becoming a PFSC Member” page, but will enjoy the benefits as defined above in the Learn to Skate Membership.


For persons who wish to support the Pasadena FSC and U.S. Figure Skating.  This does not include Full membership or Second Club Membership status.

2023-2024 Member Fees

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Pasadena Figure Skating Club