- 15 Weekend Seasonal Program
- For Skiers and Snowboarders ages 13-18
- Location: Training Center
- Contact: 802.464.4670
This 15 weekend seasonal program trains athletes in alpine racing, snowboarding, or freestyle skiing. Our professional and seasoned coaching staff motivates, instructs, and mentors athletes as young as 13 years old and up to 18 years old. Athletes will learn the technical aspects of their sport, in a fun and challenging environment that promotes good sportsmanship.
This program will have groups in freestyle skiing and snowboarding that will be focused on filming and creating their own edits for posting to social media. For alpine racers, this is a great choice for the high school racer who wants to continue to train without committing to the hectic schedule of U-18 or U-16 USSA competition but still get coaching and improve their skills beyond the run of the mill high school or prep school program.
Applicants must be able to master the majority of the mountain terrain and ride all lifts. All new applicants must be screened before acceptance to ensure the readiness of the athlete and proper program placement.
First Day: Saturday, December 13th
Last Day: Saturday, March 21st (ice cream social March 22nd)
In addition to running every weekend, the program will operate on the following weekdays:
- December 26th, 29th and 30th
Program operates TBD
2015-2016 Program Pricing:
Program does not include lift access. Separate season pass or lift ticket required for participation
$1350* for the first child
$1250* for each additional sibling
* Price will increase after October 12, 2015
** Competition Program pricing does not include membership to USSA, USASA, VARA, or any other organization governing the competitions that the MSTC participates in. These fees and individual race and or competition event fees are additional to the program cost. Coaching requested beyond the end date of the program (3/29/15) is available for Regional and National Events; however, the expenses for the coach's travel and lodging are to be split equally per participating competitor.