Grand Targhee Ski & Snowboard Foundation


Another fantastic season of snow sports is in the books, and over here at the Grand Targhee Ski and Snowboard Foundation, we’re so proud of all our athletes and the progression they’ve made.

As some of you will have noticed, we’ve changed our name from the Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation to the Grand Targhee Ski and Snowboard Foundation. This change was a natural progression for our organization as we aligned ourselves further with our key partner, Grand Targhee Resort. The shift in naming brings many opportunities for both parties with further access to resources and a stronger sense of place, whether our athletes are at home or away. We also wanted to make sure all of our athletes and disciplines were represented in our new name. We couldn’t be more thrilled to fly the Grand Targhee flag and look forward to many more years of setting the course for success on the slopes, trails, and in life for all our athletes.

Academy continues to have an amazing season, with many laughs, medals, crashes, and podiums!

Charitable Giving

To learn about the opportunities to contribute to the Grand Targhee Ski & Snowboard Foundation, please read our donation information.

Our Mission

Grand Targhee Ski and Snowboard Foundation’s (GTSSF) mission is to provide affordable ski and snowboard programs for young athletes to meet their individual potential for excellence through education and opportunity for competition.

Our Vision

Our vision is to inspire future stewards of the mountains to pursue personal development and engagement in the community by providing sustainable, affordable access to all athletes and their families.

Competitive Highlights

193 top 10 finishes for GTSSF this season. 110 athletes attended 52 competitions. 39 athletes competed for the first time. 54% of all GTSSF athletes competed in at least one competition.

Intro Program – There is greater interest in the program from young skiers. Significant growth in this program.
U12 8 athletes attended the divisional championships
U10 2 athletes attended the divisional championships
U12 6 athletes attended the divisional championships
U14 1 athlete attended tri-divisional championships

1st Place


2nd Place


3rd Place


4th Place


5th Place


Top 10



200+ Athletes, with 33% first-year participants.


20% of Athletes Received Scholarships across all disciplines.


54% of All Athletes Competed in A Competition.



Streubel Legacy Scholarship

Providing a full scholarship and a full gear stipend.

Waterloo Sparkling Water Scholarship

Provided 18 Athlete scholarships to programs.

Pete Dexter Scholarship

Providing a full scholarship for competition.

Deep Roots

1974 – Current

More to come…

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