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Every child is unique, and each has an undeniable right to explore his or her individual talents. However, it takes more than desire, love and diligence to excel. Talented students often lack the financial assistance necessary for achieving full development -- including reaching their Olympic dreams. With that, the purpose of the Wheaton Ice Skating Academy Fund is to:
  • Find and develop the talent of every child no matter their family’s financial circumstance
  • Provide a financial base for productive training, while minimizing the effect of ever-rising costs -- whether for ice rental, costumes, travel expenses, etc.
  • Be a successful establishment for the improvement of talented young athletes
  • Keep an eye on the future, by providing financial support for training and development while a skater attends an undergraduate education
  • And, ultimately, to assist in the achievement of a skater’s World Figure Skating and Olympic goals
Your donation is invaluable. Just a small amount provides young skaters with both training and inspiration, and can immediately impact the next generation of United States champions in upcoming World Figure Skating Championships and Olympic Games. When coupled with financial aid, your donation becomes a young talent’s key to success. All donations are 100 percent tax-deductable and will cover a wide range of skating expenses, including:
  • Skating equipment (skates, blades, etc.)
  • Ice fees
  • Test and competition fees
  • Costume design and creation
  • Music research and editing
  • Program choreography
  • Partial financial support during a skater’s undergraduate education

Criteria for Scholarship Award

Scholarship recipients must be a member of the Wheaton Ice Skating Academy, and must be of a competitive age (meaning, he or she can compete on a national level). Furthermore, recipients must:
  • Have a family annual income less than $150,000
  • Be current successful competitors (i.e. received first through fifth place at the U.S. National Championships)
  • Maintain excellent academic standing in school (i.e. earn above a 3.0)
  • Have the merits of a skater with exceptional Olympic potential
  • Special circumstance

Make a Donation

The Academy Foundation will create scholarship funds that support individuals, organizations and various foundation promotions.

Please download and complete donation forms for individuals or corporations.

To make your donation please send a completed form and your tax-deductible donation to:

Wheaton Ice Skating Academy
P.O. Box 3853
Gaithersburg, MD 20885

You can make a donation using PayPal
Each donor will receive documentation of their gift for tax-deduction purposes, accompanied by a letter expressing our deepest appreciation. Greater than that, donors will find satisfaction knowing their generosity positively impacts the lives of deserving young athletes.


The purpose of the Academy is to provide educational opportunities for those in the sport of figure skating, and to foster, promote, encourage, advance and improve the field of figure skating; to allow figure skaters of all ages and all geographic areas to have the opportunity to learn, enjoy and improve upon their individual skating skills while experiencing sport in a competitive environment; to do and perform such other acts as may be necessary, advisable, proper or incidental in the realization of the objects and purposes of this. Skaters operating under WISA will train together twelve months of the year, compete in Regional, National and International competitions and perform in regional exhibitions, etc. WISA would like to allow anyone who is interested in the sport a chance to participate. (from the Academy BYLAWS)

The Wheaton Ice Skating Academy is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation under the laws of the state of Maryland, and is not organized for the private gain or benefit of any person and will be classified as non-profit under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or the corresponding section of any future tax codes.