Registration + Financial Aid

 

If you are unsure of what team will be the best fit for your child, please visit our program pages or call the SVSEF office at 208-726-4129.

All SVSEF participants must obtain a U.S. Ski & Snowboard membership prior to registering for a team. U.S. Ski & Snowboard provides club liability insurance to SVSEF, so all participants are required to hold a current membership number. General memberships are a low-cost way to join for those participants who are not currently competing in sanctioned events. For more information on membership categories and benefits, please call U.S. Ski & Snowboard at 435-647-2666 or click here.

STEP 2: REGISTER FOR A TEAM

 
To register for a team, go to MyAccount on the SVSEF website. If you already have an account, please log in to register and pay. If you are new to SVSEF, you will need to create an account by selecting a username and password.  From there, you will a) set up a household profile, b) add a participant(s), and c) register for a team. Please have your child’s U.S. Ski & Snowboard member number and your healthcare insurance information at hand when registering.

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Apply for Financial Aid Here:

* South Valley Program Financial Aid Application Below. *

New for the 2020/21 season, we are moving toward a non-fee application for financial aid.  This simple application will collect the required financial data used in determining eligibility for financial aid.  Applicants must complete the application online, and upload current income tax return documents.  The application deadline for returning families is Monday, August 17.  The application process for new families is open through December on a rolling basis.

All applicants must be registered for a team in order to be considered for financial aid. If your ability to participate is dependent on receiving financial aid, please register and apply – your registration will be refunded in full if, following financial aid awards, you are unable to commit. 

If you have questions about the application process, please call the SVSEF office at 208 726 4129.

South Valley Programming: Cooper-Taché First Tracks Initiative:

If you are registering for Striders or LASAR, and would like financial assistance, please use this simple no-cost application.