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    Hmm2 Skateboarding Schools In Mississauga

    hey guys, i was just wondering if there are any good skateboarding schools in Mississauga,Ontario,Canada. (preferably near Mavis and Britannia.) All suggestions are Appreciated.

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    Do you mean schools to skate at? Or schools that accept skateboards? Or schools that teach skateboarding...?
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    im confused too...

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    If your talking about something like woodward, I don't think theres anything like that besides the one woodward in BC, and then 4 woodwards in the states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skateyasha View Post
    Do you mean schools to skate at? Or schools that accept skateboards? Or schools that teach skateboarding...?
    Schools that will teach you how to skate. Sorry for beuing unclear.

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    Why would you go to school to learn how to skateboard? Skate to progress by yourself, learn to get better. You only would need "lessons" if you were having trouble grasping the concepts of pushing or something like that.

    Best skate school is the skatepark, but don't take up space and get in other people's way, just observe, figure things out for yourself, it'll come naturally.
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    Ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skateyasha View Post
    Why would you go to school to learn how to skateboard? Skate to progress by yourself, learn to get better. You only would need "lessons" if you were having trouble grasping the concepts of pushing or something like that.

    Best skate school is the skatepark, but don't take up space and get in other people's way, just observe, figure things out for yourself, it'll come naturally.
    Best skate school is your garage.

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