These are some of the frequently asked questions that parents often have before deciding on competing. If you have additional questions - please consult with your coach or use our feedback form.
OFSC Membership begins in June when our fiscal year starts. For those who are interested in becoming a member of our club, please visit this link to sign up. If you are joining before the fiscal year begins, please note that there will be a prorated membership fee.
How does OFSC membership
We would love for you to be a part of Ozark Figure Skating Club. However, you do not have to be a member of OFSC to compete. You do have to be a member of U.S. Figure Skating (USFS) to compete. If you are interested in being a member of USFS, please find that link here. If you want to become a member of our club, that link is here.
Do I have to be a member of OFSC to compete?
What Level should my skater compete at?
Each skater has their own unique and amazing path when it comes to Figure Skating. If you are interested in competing, please contact your/ your skater's coach. They can help determine what level you or your skater needs to be competing at. For more information on skill requirements, please click here.
Where do we buy competition dresses and tights?
Buying a dress for a competition is an exciting process! We suggest ensuring that everything fits as it should and having it sparkle and shine just as your skater shines. There are many websites that you can order from, such as eBay, Etsy, and Mondor. We also have a Facebook consignment page.
The number of events that you/your skater has signed up to compete in should be the same number of practice ice sessions that should be purchased. For our local Pigtail Competition, please reach out to your/your skater's coach to determine how many you should purchase.
How many practice ice sessions do I buy?
Be sure to have all of your competition dresses ready. Don't forget an extra pair of tights. Please have your/your skaters Zuca or a garment bag. Along with makeup, haircare, and hair products, please ensure that skates are sharpened a week and a half before a competition.