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Ogden Valley Sports Academy
Mission- Ski Academy Year round program dedicated to the pursuit of personal excellence in the sport of alpine ski racing Education with academic excellence
Goal Provide the best possible opportunity for the up and coming to F.I.S. level athlete to meet his or her goals in a competitive and educational environment
Ski Program Provide world-class training to athletes to reach their full potential US Ski team JO levels College ski teams FIS level skiing
Community Advantages Highly desirable for new business in Weber County Draws Students and Families from outside Weber county Helps Ogden vision as sports and recreation hub
Objective College prep education Junior high and High school Competitive athletes in non-traditional sports Highly flexible schedule
Education Integrated school Low student teacher ratio Built 1987 Built as high school 300 students
High School Students would attend Weber or Bonneville Combination of online and classroom
School Facilities Two indoor basketball gyms Indoor ski storage Indoor weight room
Coursework Blend of on-line and in class room AP and honors courses Core ie. Math, English, Science taught in am
Faculty Existing faculty in school district Former athletes Specialized guidance counselor to help target college opportunities
Ski Venues Snowbasin venue of the 2002 Olympic games Wolf Creek Utah Ski Resort proven race training hill
Ideal training day 7:20 pick up at Rainbow School 7:45-12:50 Lunch 1:00-1:30 Pick up 1:30 On Skis 1:40 – 4:10 Rainbow 4:45
Student Body Academically motivated Must be member in good standing with national organization Comply with code of conduct and no disciplinary actions
Sports included Sports recognized by NCAA or as winter or summer Olympic sport or winter or Summer X-games Sport must have a national governing body
Academic Standards Standardized test score minimum Academic curriculum to fulfill NCAA eligibility GPA to maintain NCAA eligibility
Training Phases Dryland- strength, speed, agility Summer/Pre-season- On snow training fundamental, drills, video analysis, equip preparation In Season Training- Competition preparation- timing, race simulation, mental preparation Race season- Train/race schedule TBD
Traditional Sports Athletes could participate in fall Spring sports
Skiing Program run by SSEF FIS coaching staff JV team to serve as feeder Advertise with other IMD programs
Numbers of athletes Ideally 30-50 J3 – 10 J2-5 J1-5
Calendar Nov 15 to Jan 1 training Tues-Friday Directed free ski Sat Sun Competition Jan 1 to April 10
Food Optimal nutrition for competitive athletes
Costs Weber County education free to Utah residents Weber County $5000 for out of state Saint Joseph cost of current tuition $8000
Skiing Costs Current JO program $3100
Age Athletes J1 and J2 J3 core to start 2009-2010 J4 may participate (7 th grade & above)
Dryland Training Sports nutrition Preventative medicine Injury and rehabilitative services
Transportation Van to pick kids up at Rainbow Gardens in am Van to transport from school to Wolf Creek Van to transport to Rainbow at pm
Goals J3 to qualify Topolino shootout
School contacts Mike Jacobsen WEB CO Velden Wardle Snowcrest principal Norm Allred St. Joseph’s Brent Richardson Carolyn Ambri Rob Clayden Winter School PC
Next Steps Meet with educators Meet with ski hills Address coaching needs
Goals First year J5 qualify IMD champs Second year J5 top 5 IMD First Year J4 top 10 Second year J4 top 5 IMD First year J3
Sports Psychology Active program to address mental needs of our athletes
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