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U17/U19/FIS Moguls, 15+

U17/U19/FIS Moguls

The U17/19/FIS Program is designed for athletes in high school or who have graduated high school and would like to pursue their potential in moguls skiing through a comprehensive year-round program. This program is the highest-level mogul skiing program available at SSWSC. Mogul skiing should be the athlete’s primary sport, while a secondary shoulder season sport is still possible. Spring, summer, and fall training includes strength and conditioning, led by qualified coaches, to ensure a fun, safe, and productive training environment. The summer schedule will be high-intensity and immersive training consisting of tramps, water ramps, and strength and conditioning, all designed to advance the athlete’s skiing success. Competitions include Rocky Mountain Comp Series, Junior Nationals, US Championships, US Selection Events, NorAm Tour, World Cup, and other FIS events. The competition schedule is determined by the coaching staff for each athlete.

Requirements
  • Minimum skiing requirement: Desire and ability to ski moguls and perform upright aerials.
  • High School Schedule Requirement: SSHS students should register for the full skier schedule in the winter and part-time in the fall to line up with weekday training times for the fall and winter. Boarding school option available with Steamboat Mountain School.
  • Equipment requirements: Must have mogul specific equipment assigned by the coaches.
  • Season pass information: Purchase ski passes to Steamboat Ski Resort (IKON Pass recommended) and Howelsen Hill.
  • Competition information: Rocky Mountain Freestyle: Comp Series, US Junior National Championships, US Freestyle Championships, US Selection Events, FIS NorAm Tour, and other FIS events.
  • Licensing requirements: U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership and FIS (Federation of International Skiing) license.
Training Schedule

2024-2025 DATES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS:

SPRING/SUMMER SESSIONS:

Spring Training in May: Monday and Wednesday, May 6-29, 2:30-4 p.m.

Summer 2024 Training Schedule:

Tramps/Ramps June 10 - June 27
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 7:30-11:00 a.m., Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Strength and Conditioning Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 - 2:30 or 2:00-3:30 p.m.

July 6-July 19, Mt Hood on snow camp, price TBD

Tramps/Ramps July 29- August 8
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 7:30-11 a.m., Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Strength and Conditioning Tuesday and Thursday 1-2:30 p.m. or 2-3:30 p.m.

August 12-15, Park City Water Ramp Camp, price TBD

FALL/WINTER SESSIONS: Detailed schedule will be updated July 1.

DRYLAND: Early September – Thanksgiving Break, four days/week.

ON-SNOW: November – Mid-April, five days/week.

2024-2025 Program Fee

Residents and non-residents are required to pay an additional $600 refundable work deposit.

Scholarships are based on a two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship.

  • Resident Requirements: To be eligible for the resident program fee, athletes must be full-time residents of Routt or Moffat County or full-time participants of SSWSC for two years or more. See the Member Handbook for full details on resident fees. Find the Residency Status Policy HERE.
  • Required Work Deposit: Residents and non-residents are required to pay an additional $600 refundable work deposit. For more information on the SSWSC work deposit program CLICK HERE.
  • Scholarships: Check out all SSWSC’s scholarship opportunities, including the two-step EZ Competitive Program Scholarship and Winter Program Fee Scholarship HERE!. Non-residents are not eligible for EZ Scholarships but may apply for the Winter Program Fee Scholarship.

Questions?
Email Ann Battelle, Freestyle Program Director

 

Steamboat Mountain School

Steamboat Mountain School: For decades, numerous SSWSC student-athletes have attended Steamboat Mountain School—an independent college-preparatory school with day and boarding opportunities. SSWSC partners with SMS offering a coordinated and world-class educational and athletic experience.

For more details about Steamboat Mountain School and its collaboration with the SSWSC, visit the SMS website or email Pearson Alspach, Upper School Director of Admissions.