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Dedicated to the development of skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, the Wasatch Academy Ski and Snowboard Program focuses on producing top-level athletes of good character with high academic standing, as well as giving students the opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard for the first time or to just ski or snowboard recreationally. This nationally ranked program trains on Wasatch Academy’s private ski hill and snowboard park and mountain, which features wall rides, a cabin quarter-pipe, rails, and boxes for students to practice on. Additionally, Wasatch Academy is home to the first private snowboard cross racecourse at a North American academy, which means that students are truly getting an advantage in their training and access to the slopes. We have opportunities for students from beginner to expert to grow on our slopes, and our qualified and dedicated snowboard and ski coaches will guide you toward your personal goals.

Wasatch Academy’s snow sports program provides an exciting, fun, and safe learning environment. Wasatch Academy coaching of snowboard and skiing skills and techniques offers both competitive and developmental training to students. Snow Sports Team members pledge to act with courtesy, dignity, and good sportsmanship at all team events and functions, as is the Wasatch Way.


  • Senior snowboarder Camilo Gomez takes the bronze at the Giant Slalom at USASA Nationals 2016.
Ski/Snowboard Competition Team
Front Row (l to r): Colter Tate, Tyler Schlopy, Teagan Ahlers, Jana Alajbeg, Elias Mueller, Hannah Schneider, Colleen White, Grayson Juhlin, Miiles Reavis, Coach Lauren Brown
Back Row (l to r): Will Scully, Coach Ted Winkworth, Will Jacobus, Tim Connolly, Camilo Gomez, Elena Thorner, Sarah Thoma
Ski/Snowboard Development Team
Front Row (l to r): Charbel Obeid, Tristan Ingalz, Alex Stanton, Coach Lauren Brown, Nugget
Back Row (l to r): Jack Felke, Coach Ted Winkworth, Robbe Genyn, Dylan McGowen, Logan Scully, Alex Frost, John Wright, Jared Beguelin