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2014 Grace Moore Scholarship Application

2013 Grace Moore Competitive Scholarships

Senior Level
Camille Menendez – Ice House of NJ Figure Skating Club
Dalia Rivkin – North Jersey Figure Skating Club
Samantha Scarpa –Ice House of NJ Figure Skating Club
Amanda Witkowski – Ice House of NJ Figure Skating Club

Junior Level (Photo)
Danielle Davis – Skating Club of Morris
Rachel Forman – Skating Club of Morris
Noah Jaffe – Essex Skating Club of NJ
Ashley Le – North Jersey Figure Skating Club
Julie Marut – Ice House of NJ Figure Skating Club
Zachery Milestone – Princeton Skating Club
Alexa Nazarko – North Jersey Figure Skating Club
Steven Rossi – Ice House of NJ Figure Skating Club

Kern Trophy


Here is a link to the revised point system to be used as the basis for awarding the Kern Trophy.

2011 Kern Trophy Winner
New Jersey Council of
Figure Skating Clubs
Jessica Lim

2011 Winner
of the
Kern Trophy
The Kern Trophy for outstanding achievement in figure skating is awarded each year to an eligible skater who is a home club member in good standing of a New Jersey USFS figure skating club.

US Figure Skating National Championships

The New Jersey Council of Figure Skating Clubs is very proud of our New Jersey skaters who participated in 2011 AT&T US Figure Skating Championships in Greensboro, NC. We congratulate them for their fine performances!

Alexandre Bjelde
Isabella Cannuscio
Grace Deissroth
Joseph Dolkiewicz
Elise Eng
Audrey Goldberg
Brett Mueller
A.J. Reiss
Craig Segall
Felicia Zhang
Kate Zeigler

2014 Academic Honors Team

Club Test Sessions
In an effort to assist clubs in coordinating test sessions the Council we be posting test sessions offered by member clubs.
Click here to tell us about your test sessions.

Kern Trophy

The Kern Trophy for outstanding achievement in figure skating is awarded each year to an eligible skater who is a home club member in good standing of a New Jersey USFS figure skating club.

The award will be made after due consideration of the accomplishments of each qualified skater during the calendar year from January 1st to December 31st.




2014 Championships

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, June 6, 7 & 8, 2014

William G. Mennen Sports Arena
(a Morris County Park Commission Facility)
161 Hanover Ave., Morristown, New Jersey

Intermediate through Senior SP and Juvenile through Senior FS events will be judged using the IJS judging system.

All other events including Open Juvenile FS will be judged under the 6.0 system. The competition will be conducted according to the rules for the 2013-2014 competition season as set forth in the U.S. Figure Skating rulebook.

2012 Competition Results

2 Synchroettes -  Essex SC of NJ
3 Precisely Right -SC of Morris NJ

\6 Synchroettes - Essex SC of NJ

14 Synchroettes - Essex SC of NJ
17 Precisely Right - SC of Morris NJ

3 Synchroettes, Essex SC of NJ, Inc

4 Synchroettes, Essex SC of NJ, Inc

Open Collegiate
5 Ice Of The Tiger, Princeton University FSC


4 Essex Blades, Essex SC of NJ, Inc

2012 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships

Junior Pairs
10 Audrey Goldberg, SC Of Southern NJ
Joseph Dolkiewicz, SC Of Southern NJ

2012 U. S. Junior Figure Skating Championships

Intermediate Ladies

     4 Dalia Rivkin, North Jersey FSC
     6 Selin Kang, Ice House Of NJ FSC

Intermediate Men

8 Liam Roumila, Ice House Of NJ FSC
10 Steven Rossi, Ice House Of NJ FSC
15 Yamato Rowe, Ice House Of NJ FSC

Intermediate Pairs

     4 Juliana May/Cody Dolkiewicz, SC Of Southern NJ

Juvenile Pairs

     1 Gabriella Marvaldi/Kyle Hogeboom,
SC Of Southern NJ

     7 Ashlyn Olson/Jacob Nussle,
Ice House Skating Academy

  12 Chloe Petraske/Alec Petraske,
Princeton SC

Helen M. McLoraine
Figure Skating Scholarship Program
The Pioneer Fund has established a scholarship program to assist eligible current and former amateur and professional ice skaters who dedicated their lives to skating and now wish to pursue a college education. Scholarships are offered each year for full-time undergraduate study at an accredited institution of the student's choice. Eligible individuals are skaters who have competed at least once in a U.S. Figure Skating qualifying competition at the novice level or higher in singles, pairs or ice dancing.

The Pioneer Fund is a foundation of the late Helen M. McLoraine. She established The Pioneer Fund, a private family foundation, in the 1960s, to continue her lifelong tradition of support to the types of projects and organizations to which she had contributed throughout her lifetime and now through her estate. McLoraine, deeply influenced by her mother’s dedication to philanthropy, became a generous benefactor to others with a focus on figure skating, higher education assistance and medical research.

Although McLoraine continued to run her own private successful investment business throughout her lifetime, her most cherished pastime was supporting the sport of figure skating. She attended many competitions, events and ice shows annually.

The door to McLoraine’s apartment, which originally opened inward the way that most doors do, was changed to open out to the world to indicate the way she embraced life and invited others to do the same. McLoraine passed away in January 2003 doing one of the many things she enjoyed in life, watching young kids in figure skating rinks, working to achieve their dreams.

For more information and to apply for a scholarship:
This scholarship program is administered by Scholarship Management Services, a division of Scholarship America. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability or national origin. Information and application can be found on http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/pioneerfund after December 14, 2011. This year, a total of $200,000 in scholarships will be awarded ranging from $3,000 to $7,000 per recipient.

Scholarship Application postmark deadline: February 18, 2012
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First-ever U.S. Gold in Juvenile for Synchroettes


(03/04/2010) - The Synchroettes wished upon a star, and on Thursday night at the Mariucci Arena, their wish came true. The skaters from West Orange, N.J., were awarded the first gold medal of the 2010 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Minneapolis, Minn., when they won the juvenile division, earning five first-place ordinals in the process.

This is the first gold medal for the team representing the Essex Skating Club, which placed fourth at this event last year.

"It wasn't about the place we got," said skater Irene Petrocelli, "It was how we skated."

When asked what they would do to celebrate their victory, the team stuck with their "When You Wish Upon A Star" theme, answering, "We're going to Disney World!"

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