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U16 – U19 Program

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The TAS U16 – U19 program is for 14-18 year olds who want to refine advanced skiing skills and continue alpine ski racing. This program also offers advanced training and competitive racing opportunities. We emphasize racing fundamentals, technical racing skills, and gate racing tactics in all alpine racing events, preparing the skier for elite-level competition.

U16+ $4200 (Sat, Sun, Tue & Thu Night)

U16 Add on $500 (Wednesday Night)

This is pricing before October 15th. After that date, there is a $150 increase.  You must pay in full by November 30th.

Weekend training starts in early December and runs through the end of March. Weeknight training begins in January and runs through March. Tuition includes Christmas Camp but does not include Fall camps or Thanksgiving Camp. Athletes are required to travel and stay with the team for all NWC races.

Daily Activities

Training is typically at West; Alpental may be used as an alternative. Weekly emails will be sent detailing plans. Training begins at 8:45 am, lunch 11:30-12:30; program ends at 3:00 pm. Times and places subject to change.


Included in tuition. Starts September, must be registered and signed the waiver before eligible to participate.

Ability Requirements

Most athletes in this program will have a competitive racing experience. Athletes must be able to ski all runs at the Summit at Snoqualmie, including all runs at the four mountains: Alpental, West, Central, and East. Athletes also need the ability to ski advanced terrain with linked, parallel turns. They must be able to listen and follow directions from an adult. This is not a ski school and the focus is on racing fundamentals (technique and tactics).

Equipment Requirements

GS and SL ski required. SG and DH skis recommended. Ski Racing HELMETS are required for all athletes. Athletes U14 and older must use helmets that meet the new FIS standards. Slalom does not require FIS sticker. Many athletes use their older helmets for Slalom or have a slalom specific helmet. Look for this sticker on the back:

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Back protector and forearm guards are required. Additional equipment requirements: 4 buckle ski boots, winter ski clothing, goggles, ski gloves, and a water bottle. We recommend extra goggles and gloves and a snack or an extra lunch.


Freeskiing 25%, Directed Skiing & Gate Drills 25%, Gate Training 50%.


Registration Limited to 30 athletes; returning athletes have priority.
$500 is due at registration. (PayPal) You will receive a QuickBooks invoice for the remainder.
Payment can also be made via check: TAS Ski Team
In addition, there is also a $500 auction commitment. Each family must procure OR spend $500 on goods/services at the annual TAS auction.
NO Refunds
NO Exchanges
Lift tickets or Summit At Snoqualmie season passes are not included.

Not eligible to join TAS on the hill until tuition is paid in full.

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