Mogul High School Team | 9th – 12th grade & PG

Technical progressions for mogul skiing and jumping begin with spring and summer training sessions and regular dryland training. Mogul High School Team athletes work with MFC coaches and trainers throughout the year to prepare for the physical demands of sport.  

The off-season camp schedule begins in June with water ramps followed by on-snow camps at Mount Hood in July and Chile in late August as calendared. The early season training begins with flats in October (usually starting around mid-October) and then moves to an early season training course on the Golden Peak Expansion (usually early November) and later transitions to our competition arena at Vail Mountain. Snow training continues through the winter competition season, and extends through mid-April. Summer camp and fall camps are strongly advised.

The Mogul High School Team program teaches skiers to become complete athletes with strong knowledge of themselves and their sport. SSCV’s RMF and FIS coaches collaborate with athletes to review performance and to target goals for technical skill development and competition performance. Mogul High School Team athletes must sign and fulfill the Mogul High School Team Contract and attend regularly scheduled training. The Mogul High School Team athletes are responsible for tracking their attendance and training in journal form.

Athletes in this program are expected to enroll in spring camps and water ramp camps. The physical conditioning program beginning in June includes trampoline (trampoline center located at VSSA), strength, endurance, power & balance.

Who: 9th-12th grade and PG athletes

On-Snow Dates: mid-October through mid-April as calendared

On-Snow Days: Five to six times per week as calendared

  • Dryland after-school sessions start early September: Three days per week as calendared
  • On-snow dates are weather dependent.

Approximately 8:1 athlete to staff ratio

Sport Pipeline: Full Time program athletes compete at FIS and regional level competitions including US Selections, NorAm Tour and US Nationals. Targets success at NorAm and qualifying athletes to Junior Worlds.

Program Fees:

Non-Resident Fee: $17,090

Colorado Resident Fee: $14,300

Plus $100 Membership Fee

Please see Terms & Conditions for more information on  the SSCV financial policy, pricing and volunteer requirements.

To inquire about available financial aid, click here.

Volunteer Point Requirement: You are required to complete the following volunteer points: 120 points

**If your family has more than one athlete, your points will be that of the athlete with the higher balance**

**Contributions of $5,000 or more on an unrestricted basis to SSCV’s Annual Campaign make the volunteer commitment optional. If a family does not complete all of their volunteer obligations for the 2021-2022 season during the period from May 1, 2021 through April 30, 2022 and the family is paying the CO Resident Program Fee in 2021-2022, then in 2022-2023 they will be required to pay the 2022-2023 Non-Resident Program Fee for the child whose program has the highest volunteer point requirement in 2022-2023.  If a family does not complete all of their volunteer obligations for the 2021-2022 season during the period from May 1, 2021 through April 30, 2022 and the family is paying the Non-Resident Program Fee in 2021-2022, then they will be required to pay an additional amount to SSCV by May 30, 2022 equal to 20% of the 2021-2022 Non-Resident Program Fee for the child whose program has the highest volunteer point requirement in 2021-2022.

Uniform program for full-time athletes: Full-time athletes are required to take part in our uniform program. Ordering details coming soon!

**SSCV Program Fees include only regular season on-snow training at Vail and Beaver Creek (and for snowboard, freeski park and pipe and freeride athletes at SSCV Summit County training areas and for Nordic athletes within the Vail Valley) and regular season strength and conditioning in the Vail Valley. SSCV Program Fees exclude all other fees and charges, such as but not limited to the following: early season and late season training and transportation fees and charges, all camps, all ski passes and lift tickets at all mountains, all competition entry fees, all travel, room and board charges, all governing body and association fees, all coach expenses during travel, all van fees (other than in state van fees back and forth to training or competition) and all team jackets and apparel.