September Alpine Newsletter


Coaching Positions

Alpine is currently accepting applications for coaching positions, if you or anyone you know is interested, please send a resume with professional references and cover letter to

Internal Gear Night (Used Gear) - September 14

The Alpine Program will be hosting our annual internal gear swap in the Snow King Lodge Room on Thursday September 14th, from 5-7pm! The internal swap is for families that would like to buy and sell used or new gear to/from other members of the JHSC Alpine! This is a great opportunity to get ready for the season without paying full price for new equipment! We will have coaches present to help with sizing and help answer any questions you may have! Please join us and help the next generation by selling your unwanted gear! JHSC will provide a space for families to sell and buy and coaches but we will not facilitate any piece of the transactions! Bring your gear to sell and/or come to see what JHSC families have to offer!

Ski Rep Equipment Night (New Gear) - September 18

On Monday September 18th from 4-7pm we will have our regional ski rep night in the Snow King Lodge Room! This event is for athletes of all ages who are looking for new gear for the season! Athletes will be able to see the new products, get sized up and place their order! Coaches will be present to help make the process easier and answer any sizing questions you may have! We will have reps from most brands: POC, Head, Fischer, Dynastar/Lange, Rossignol, Volkl, Marker, Dalbello, Nordica and Atomic!

Summer/Fall Camps & Dryland

Group of skiers taking a selfie with goggles and helmets
The Alpine ski team takes a quick moment for a selfie!

The FIS team just returned home from 2 weeks in El Colorado, Chile for a productive on snow training camp! This was the first time that JHSC alpine has taken a team to South America during the summer months! Seems like it will not be the last!

Three boys doing jump training down a line
U16 Alpine dryland athletes continue working hard in preparation for snow to fly!

Summer dryland is slowly coming to an end with the start of the school year. Our athletes have been working incredibly hard 5 days a week since the spring to get their bodies and minds ready for the season ahead! With school starting, we will be moving from early morning workout sessions to after school!


Dryland Schedules for 2023-2024

FIS : Monday - Friday

U16 : Monday - Friday

U14 : Tuesday - Thursday

U12 : Tuesday & Thursday

U10 : Wednesday & Friday

2-Day & Rockchuck : No dryland


Important Fall Dates

Sept 5 – U14 Dryland Begins

Sept 9 – Old Bill’s Fun Run

Sept 14 – Internal Gear Night(Used)

Sept 18 – Rep Equipment Night(New)

Sept 19 – U12 Dryland Begins

Oct 11 – U10 Dryland Begins

Oct 24 – U16 Team Meeting

Oct 25 – U14 Team Meeting

Oct 27-28 – Ski Swap

Nov 7 – U12 Team Meeting

Nov 9 – U10 Team Meeting

Nov 10-19 – U16/U14 Fall Camp in Panorama, Canada

Nov 14 – 2 Day Team Meeting

Nov 28 – Rockchuck Team Meeting

Dec 9 – Ski Ball


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