The BMA Junior Program is an official U.S. Ski and Snowboard member club offering weekday and weekend training/racing for alpine skiers ages 7-15. Our development program supports youth ski racing progression in a fun, healthy, and safe environment that fosters a life-long love of the sport.
The Junior Program utilizes a fundamentals-based ski curriculum; the goal is to create avenues for children to develop skills and habits that will engender future success both in ski racing and in other pursuits. Families provide the core strength of our Junior Program, and we rely on their volunteerism and support for our success.
Our program's core philosophy revolves around all-mountain skiing, skill acquisition, confidence in various conditions, and technique/technical discovery. The program also provides age and skill-appropriate gate training progressions in conjunction with directed, highly valuable free skiing, as there is a strong correlation between the volume of skiing as a young child and achievement at the high school level and beyond.
PROGRAMMING AND REGISTRATION
DECEMBER DEVELOPMENT CAMP
Each December, BMA hosts over 100 aspiring ski racers for three days of focused, small-group training at our world-class venue with racing opportunities and a full boarding experience as part of our December Development Camp.
BMA JUNIOR PROGRAM VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE
Director of Enrollment and Financial Aid
FOCUSED ON CULTURE
Junior Program Director Diann Roffe
With extensive experience representing the United States in Olympic and World Championships, Roffe embodies passion and appreciation for ski racing and brings administrative experience running a program of 100 athletes and 22 coaches at Ski Roundtop in Pennsylvania.
With a strong focus on fundamentals, BMA's Junior Program teaches the importance of being a technically solid skier and the power of a good team culture.