West Madison Polar Caps

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West Madison Polar Caps

The West Madison Polar Caps is a non-profit youth hockey organization on Madison's west side. We are committed to bringing the game of hockey to our youth.

The Polar Caps offer a wide range of programs suited to the needs of each individual child. Our Coaches and Assistants closely monitor skill level and aptitude of each player to make sure the hockey experience is positive and rewarding.

Skater fees vary depending on the program. Half-season Initiation classes are around $100. Full season recreational programs are $300-$500. Competitive teams are $800-$1000.
The Polar Caps offer financial assistance to families in need through our SkateAssist program. SkateAssist program information and application materials can be found on our website at http://www.westmadisonpolarcaps.com/page/show/187475-club-documents
Registration for our programs takes place in late summer and fall, via the Polar Caps' website at the link shown.
Madison Ice Arena is being renovated in the Summer of 2016 to be ADA compliant.
The Polar Caps are able to accommodate children with certain types of disabilities.

Locations: 

  • Madison Ice Arena, 725 Forward Drive, Madison, WI 53711

Website: 

Contact

Matt Goetzke
(608) 223-9211
admin@westmadisonpolarcaps.com
Quick Details: 
Grades/Ages Served: 
Kindergarten (ages 5 to 6)Grade 1 (ages 6 to 7)Grade 2 (ages 7 to 8)Grade 3 (ages 8 to 9)Grade 4 (ages 9 to 10)Grade 5 (ages 10 to 11)Grade 6 (ages 11 to 12)Grade 7 (ages 12 to 13)Grade 8 (ages 13 to 14)Grade 9 (ages 14 to 15)
Time of Day Offered: 
After SchoolEvening
Time of Year Offered: 
School Year
Day(s) of Week Offered: 
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
Program Type: 
Competitive Sports / Teams / LeaguesRecreation / Physical Activity
Free Program: 
No
Financial Assistance Available: 
Yes
Registration Required: 
Yes
ADA Accessible Location(s): 
Yes
Services for Children with Disabilities: 
Yes
Transportation Provided: 
No
Bilingual Services: 
No
Last updated: 
Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 1:28pm