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The Northstar Team Foundation provides scholarship opportunities to Northstar Team Athletes

In the Fall of 2021 we supported tuition to athletes


Qualify for free or reduced lunch



AMI is below 80%

Compete at the Regional Level

Support the Future of Our Athletes

We provide scholarships that remove economic obstacles associated with competitive snow sports.  Through donations, grants, and sponsorships, The Northstar Team Foundation will continue to increase funding so every athlete has the opportunity to reach their potential in sport and in life.


Our goal for 2021/2022 is to provide tuition assistance to more than 30 athletes.


Fall 2021 Scholarship opportunity

We feel that the benefits of providing scholarships are inherently tied with opportunities in the future- both in sport and in life. The Northstar Team Foundation scholarship program provides the economic resources required to maximize Northstar athletes' full potential.

 This Fall we are opening up a scholarship opportunity to assist with he cost of Team tuition.  

The application period is currently closed.  Please check back in the Spring!

Inspirational coaches 

“The secret to doing anything is believing that you can do it. Anything that you believe you can do strong enough, you can do. Anything. As long as you believe.” 
― Bob Ross

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              Chris Anderson

In memory of the beloved alpine ski coach known for his determination and kindness.

Applications, submission details, and donation opportunities found at:




                     Andy McDowell

  "Tall Andy" was instrumental in sharing his passion for the sport of freestyle skiing, and bringing the best out of every athlete he coached.

     Andy was always positive and made every day a great day, rain or shine.


Stay tuned for more details......

17, Truckee

“Because of your support I was able to ski at the USASA Nationals in Copper, Colorado. I took first place in Half Pipe and 15th in Slopestyle in the Junior Men’s division.

Because of my first-place finish, I have been accepted to Project Gold Camp. The U.S. Ski Camp and Snowboard Association brings together the top junior athletes in the country for a progressive talent development camp in Mammoth Mountain in June. I’m really excited because it will elevate my half-pipe training to a new level. The USA Freeski coaches will be there so I’m also looking forward to that experience.”


Special thanks to local grants and businesses that support our athletes