The Aspire team is made up of 5-20 skaters. No skater may have passed higher than Preliminary in any discipline, and the majority of the team must be no test. Skaters may be no older than 17 years of age as of July 1st. The team practices 1 hour each week.
The Open Juvenile team is made up of 8-20 skaters. All skaters must be 19 years and younger and there are no test requirements according to US Figure Skating; however, most participants have passed Juvenile moves or higher. The team practices 2.5 hours each week in addition to occasional off ice sessions.
The Adult team consists of 12-20 skaters, all skaters must be 18 years or older and have passed at least one of the following tests: Preliminary moves in the field, Adult Bronze moves in the field, Preliminary figure or Preliminary dance. The team practices once a week at the RIT campus.
The preliminary team is made up of 8-20 skaters. All skaters must be 13 years and younger and have passed Pre-Preliminary Moves. The team practices 1.5 hours each week in addition to occasional off ice sessions.
The Intermediate team is made up of 12-20 skaters under the age of 19 who have passed Intermediate Moves. MI prefers that skaters have tested Novice moves and Pre-Juvenile Freestyle. The team practices 2.5-3 hours each week in addition to regular off ice sessions.
The Open Masters team consists of of 8-20 skaters over the age of 25. There are no test requirements but it is recommended that members should have some previous skating experience. The team is fun for all adult skaters and an encouraging group where you learn new skills in a welcoming environment. They practice once a week on Sunday evenings.
The Pre Juvenile team is made up of 8-20 skaters age 17 and younger who have passed Pre-Preliminary Moves. MI prefers that skaters have passed Preliminary Moves and Pre-Preliminary freestyle. Skaters practice 2 hours each week in addition to occasional off ice sessions.
The Open Collegiate/Collegiate team, depending on season, was formed in 2015. This team is for full-time college students who wish to continue skating throughout university years. They represent multiple schools from Western NY. The team practices once a week at the RIT campus.