Ski for the Health of It
Anthony Lakes is dedicated to being proactive in helping children develop lifelong habits and skills to maintain a healthy lifestyle!
Ski For The Health of It 2020 is now FULL
A waitlist has been started!
Registration opens on Monday, NOVEMBER 4th, 2019
The SFTHOI program is again open to students grades 4 through 12, only. There is also a “High School Program” open for 9-12th graders.
Remember, this is a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE program.
- Baker 5J schools will have paperwork available on Monday, October 14, 2019
- Registration opens Monday, November 4, 2019
- Paperwork will NOT be accepted at the school office prior to 11/4/19!
- Limit to first 150 students (4th-8th grade) & 40 students (9th-12th grade)
- High Schoolers “Ride/Lift Only” Program is offered for those who have participated in at least 2 consecutive years of SFTHOI
The Ski For the Health of It program will remain the same for students 4th-9th grade ($80 for 8 weeks of lift tickets, lessons & rentals). Students in 9th-12th graders are offered a Ride/Lift Only Program, which includes transportation and a lift ticket for all 8 weeks for just $50. High School students may instead choose the Regular Program listed above.
Details of each program will be in registration packets.
Registration must be turned into your school’s office. Please do not mail to Anthony Lakes.
Registration Packet & Scholarship Information:
Link to George Roach Scholarship Info & Application (Please start application process prior to turning in your Registration Packets. Scholarship apps require a teacher recommendation).
Thanks to continued support from the Leo Adler Foundation, Anthony Lakes is able to greatly reduce the individual cost for participants in the Ski for the Health of It program. Promoting the life-long healthy aspects of skiing, the Leo Adler Foundation has allowed Baker County and North Powder kids, grades 4-12, to participate this wonderful 8 week program for $80 (or $50 for High School Bus students). Cost includes lift, lessons, rentals, and transportation from Baker. (Note: North Powder students may have an additional cost for transportation. Please check with your school counselor.)