Skateboarding is an activity that everyone should learn. The first skaters took big wooden boards into empty swimming pools to mimic the waves of surfing. The first skateboard park was made in Southern California. Next the skateboard boom was about to begin. The popularity of skateboarding has taken off with the pros, such as Rob Drydek and Shaun White, who have brought it to the main stream.
Cost in Balch Springs
We offer competitive pricing for beginners and people of all ages. The cost per session depends on how many sessions are purchased. Our packages start at $129.
Balch Springs Location
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– Our Skate School has a highly popular channel on YouTube with over 3,000,000 views
– Our Skate School is an ASA Accredited School for safety.
– Our Skate School has been featured on ESPN, CNN.com, About.com, and Yahoo Sports!
– Our Skate School was selected as the first school to teach kids for the government of Ireland.
Easy to Schedule
Lessons at the Balch Springs skate park or at your home are easy to schedule.The 1-on-1 lessons can be scheduled whenever you like, 7 days a week.
We can get your package schedule to start as soon as you’re ready.
The Best Customized Skateboarding Instruction in Texas
As one of the few accredited skateboard schools in the country, we have a taught thousands. Our school has taught over 12,000 students which is more than any other school. Our school has over 5000 instructors nationwide who have gone through our rigorous training programs.
Who We Teach in Balch Springs
All ages and levels are welcomed at our lessons. Our customized instruction will benefit all levels. It is never too late to start. We have even taught a 78 year-old grandfather who wanted to skate with his grandchildren. Skateboarding isn’t just for kids One of our instructors taught Shaun White how to skateboard when he was just 7 years old.
How to Start Lessons
Step 1– Call Us: 800-403-2405 or inquire below for pricing
Step 2– Book a location and dates
Step 3– Show up with board and elbow pads, knee pads, and wrist guards (or you can rent ours)