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Action Sports Camp

Stratton Mountain School is proud to host camps on the SMS campus throughout the course of the year. The Action Sports Camp utilizes the newly-built Air Awareness Center, providing campers with access to our full-sized foam pit, Ross Trampolines and the Max Air Super Trampoline, as well as the full-size skate park and strength and conditioning space. Campers will also participate in group activities, including field games and trips to local swimming holes. Lunch is included in this camp.

The Action Sports Camp staff is made up of the SMS Freeskiing, Freestyle, and Snowboarding coaches. These coaches have years of professional experience teaching jump fundamentals and aerial progressions to ensure athletes learn safely, properly and quickly. The staff will also provide introductions to performance-enhancing skills such as goal setting, nutrition, conditioning, and sport psychology.

Location: Stratton Mountain School

Dates: July 17–21, 2017

Time: 9am–4pm

Cost: $599

Target Group: Boys and girls ages 8–16

Who Should Come?
Stratton Mountain School Action Sports Camp participants should have a passion for on-snow action sports such as snowboarding, alpine skiing, freeskiing and mogul skiing. At the Action Sports Camp, athletes will learn the skills that can take their winter sports passion to the next level. 

Registration Process:
Signing up for the SMS Action Sports Camp is a three-step process which includes: a registration form, a liability waiver, and payment. A detailed schedule will be sent to campers in early July.

Step 1: Camp Registration Form

Step 2: Liability Waiver (bring the completed waiver to camp)

Step 3: Payment Form

Daily Schedule:
8:50am: Drop off
9:00am: Morning meeting
9:15am-11:30am: Morning session
11:30am-Noon: Lunch break in SMS Dining Hall
Noon-2:30pm: Afternoon session
2:30pm: Snack Break
2:45-4:00: Afternoon session
4:00pm: Pick up

What to Wear/Bring:
T-shirt and shorts (no tank tops)
Sweatshirt/Rain Coat
Water bottle

Please advise campers: Campers should leave all jewelry and watches at home. Cell phones shall be left in back packs, except during lunch and snack breaks.

Questions? Please contact us!

Freeskiing Program Director: Jesse Mallis

Freestyle Program Director: Deb Newson

Snowboard Program Director: Ross Powers

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