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High Performance Development Programs


PGFSC is proud to offer an invitation only comprehensive high performance development program for skaters who display above average talent, determination, drive, and athleticism.

Our coaches are highly trained and have in depth experience developing competitive athletes. The high performance development programs are designed to FAST TRACK skaters who have the desire and spark to compete at an elite level.

Lil' Leapers       Aspire   High Performance 3+

2023 Pre-Juvenille Under 13 CNCR Regional Silver Medalist:  Violet Freemen-Idemlilh

2021 Pre-Juvenille Under 13 CNCR Regional Champion:  Sophia Mohring



Violet Freeman-Idemilih, High Performance participant, Bronze Medalist in Star 4 under 10 at the Super Series Finale Competition in Kelowna, March 2020


Sophia Mohring, High Performance participant, Silver Medallist in Star 4 under 13 at the Autumn Leaves Super Series Competition in Kamloops, October 2018


High Performance Development Program Requirements:

  • Full program participation in fall, winter and spring seasons.
  • Commit to one private dryland session per week during the winter season (15-20 min).
  • 60-70% participation in summer programming.
  • Commit to 2-3 competitions per season.

Skating in these Programs Will:

  • Be on an elite team.
  • Receive focused instruction in high performance techniques and skills.
  • Have a yearly development plan created for them by the coaches.
  • Be a part of personalized goal setting with the coaches.
  • Enjoy a motivating atmosphere where they will be progressively challenged.

How Does it Work?

  • Skaters will participate in the high performance or aspire sessions. In addition they will participate in their program’s sessions.
  • The coaches will arrange a meeting to discuss a plan for your skater and go over budgets, home flexibility plans, etc.




"We gratefully acknowledge the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development"



    PGFSC is honored to be a recipient of the 2023 Fall Cycle Community Grant through Prince George Community Foundation for our Learn to Skate programs.

Encourage your children to believe in themselves and that you believe in them too. Be positive in their accomplishments and supportive during the ups and downs. Set goals, foster self-responsibility, discourage excuses, encourage persistence. Support their coach.Winning is not always measured by a medal but by simply achieving a goal they have set.