Hayden Synchronized Skating - Your place is here!

At Hayden Synchronized Skating, we have opportunities for athletes of nearly every age and skating ability - from developing young skaters to highly skilled and experienced adults. Hayden Synchronized Skating teams are organized and compete under U.S. Figure Skating rules which specify athletes’ ages and minimum test (skill) level for each level of team or competition. A skater may begin training and competing with Hayden Synchro once basic figure skating skills are mastered.  Visualize progression through our teams here.

Mini Shooting Stars

 

Developmental

We call our developmental program Shooting Stars, and it’s designed for 7 to 13-year-old skaters of any gender who want to learn the foundations of synchronized skating in a fun and relaxed environment. Find your place here!

Star Mates

 

National Competing

Our National Competing Progression includes our Juvenile, Intermediate, and Novice teams - teams which are eligible to compete for a spot at the U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships. Athletes must be under the age of 18 and have passed at least the juvenile moves in the field test. Find your place here!

Lexettes

 

Team USA 

Team USA is a designation given by U.S. Figure Skating and earned by our Lexettes Junior and Haydenettes Senior teams year after year. Team USA athletes compete nationally and internationally at the highest levels of synchronized skating. Find your place here!

 

 

 

The placement process for our teams occurs in late March and April with some spring/summer training in May, June and August. The regular competition season typically runs September through February or early March. Please be aware that our teams do tend to fill up during the spring placement process, and it is beneficial for interested athletes to attend Skills & Drills and Placement sessions as scheduled in March and April. You can find the tryout schedule here.

New to synchro? Learn more about the fastest-growing discipline of figure skating here.