code of conduct

At Diamond Peak Ski Team, we uphold the timeless principle of the "Golden Rule" - treating others with the same respect and support we ourselves desire. This foundational belief shapes our team culture, fostering a sense of unity and pride among all members. Our commitment to creating a positive and nurturing environment extends to every aspect of our program, on and off the slopes. We prioritize trust, communication, and goal-setting to build strong relationships between coaches, athletes, and parents, empowering each individual to thrive.

Emphasizing the importance of mastering skiing fundamentals, we integrate skill and drill sessions into our training regimen, ensuring steady progress and long-term success. Through self-responsibility, individual freedom, and a competitive spirit, we aim to help every athlete realize their full potential, both in sport and in life. Thank you for joining us on this journey with DPST.

View our Parent/Athlete Handbook and our Code of Conduct here.

Steiner scholarship program

Applications ARE now OPEN FOR THE 2024/2025 season

At the heart of Diamond Peak Ski Education Foundation's mission is the commitment to fostering youth development in winter sports. In honor of Steve Steiner and with the support of generous contributions from the Diamond Peak Ski Team community, we proudly present this scholarship opportunity. Designed to assist athletes aged 6 to 17 in joining our Alpine Racing, All Mountain, and Development ski programs, this initiative reflects our dedication to inclusivity and excellence.

scholarship eligibility

‍Ages 6 to 1
Volunteer hour contribution required from all scholarship recipients and families
Scholarships will be awarded based on financial need and residency (Incline Village priority)
The recipient must maintain good grades (3.0 or better if applicable)

dpsef tuition program

Full or partial tuition scholarships may be awarded.
Returning athletes and new athletes are eligible.
All decisions to award scholarships are final and shall be made at the sole discretion of the DPSEF Board of Directors and the Steiner Scholarship Committee.

make your application count!

Be sure to fill out your application in its entirety. Applications missing information, including previous year tax return and requested letters, will not be considered. The more specific you can be about your financial situation and/or need for financial aid, the quicker the scholarship committee will be able to evaluate your application. If you or your child has made efforts to save or earn money for tuition/travel/equipment, mention it in your write-up. Your child’s letter and/or parent letter should discuss his or her love of the sport, and how the applicant believes participation will help him/her to achieve his/her goals.

Limited funds are available. Scholarships are awarded in various amounts; not all aid is equivalent to full tuition.  Registering for the season before you have received a decision from the scholarship committee is not necessary nor does it increase the chances of receiving a scholarship.

To submit your 2024-2025 Steiner Scholarship application, click here.

Any questions, please contact DPSEF Program Administrator, Tori Cook.