A junior boarding and day school for boys in grades six, seven, eight, and nine
Choose A Team
2018 - 2019
Head Coach: Brian Rose
Eaglebrook School offers alpine skiing at both the competitive and recreational levels. Competitive levels include teams at the Development, Junior Varsity, Varsity “B”, Varsity “A”, and the United States Ski Association levels. Each of our teams compete weekly at the Prep School Mount Institute Race League. Our top racers also compete in the Tri-State Western Massachusetts USSA Sanction Race Series for qualifying spots at the Tri-State Championships, Eastern United States Finals, and the Eastern United States Junior Olympics. The Eaglebrook School Ski Club, one of the oldest in the country, hosts a USSA race or a New England Prep School Championship event each February.
Eaglebrook School owns and operates an on-campus ski area with snow making, a chairlift, and snow grooming. Since 1923, many skiers have developed from the Eaglebrook School Ski Program and have gone on to achieve collegiate, national, and international fame in the snow sport world. Chris Waddell (EBS ’84) is currently a United States Gold Medal Para-Olympian.
Each season, approximately four to ten Eaglebrook School student-athletes qualify for the Western Massachusetts Alpine Championships and one to four racers qualify for the Eastern United States Finals and United States Junior Olympics. On a yearly basis, there are between fifteen and twenty-five student-athletes who represent the Eaglebrook School Ski Club in the USSA Race Program. It is expected that those student-athletes who choose to participate in USSA Racing will represent our Eaglebrook School Ski Club and the Western Massachusetts Region. All of our coaches and skiers are registered with both the United States Skiing Association and the Tri-State Alpine Ski Racing Association.
For more information about our snow sports program, please contact our Director of Snow Sports and Head Varsity Ski Team Coach Brian Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.