• Welcome to the NFHS Ski Club.  We are currently registering all interested skiers and snowboarders for the 2007 Season.
     
    Here are the details of the 2007 season:
     

    ARRANGEMENTS:

     

     

    WHAT YOU GET:                 Eight trips to Kissing Bridge starting Friday, January 5, 2007 (weather permitting), and eight 1-hour ski lessons with the Kissing Bridge Ski School.

     

     

    WHEN:                                   Friday nights.  The bus will leave the faculty parking lot

    next to Niagara Falls High School promptly at 3:15 PM and

    return at 11:15 PM.

     

     

    COST:                                    Based on 50 students in the Ski Club, the price is $110.00

                for skiing, and $140.00 for the deluxe bus, totaling

    $250.00.  Rentals are available from Kissing Bridge at an additional cost:

               

                                                                Ski Equipment:  $70.00

                                                                Snowboard Equipment:  $110.00
     

    Cupolo Sports in Niagara Falls, Ontario also has very competitive rates for season-long rentals.

     

                                                    See Mr. Touchette for rental details and application.

     

    PAYMENT:                           A down payment of $150.00 (plus ALL rental fees, if

    applicable) is due no later than Wednesday, September 20, 2006. This payment determines club membership.  Membership will be granted on a first come, first serve basis.  The Ski Club membership limit is 50.  The final payment of  $100.00  is due Wednesday, October 4, 2007. 

     

     

    ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID IN FULL OR YOU WILL NOT SKI!!!

               

                            Please make checks payable to Niagara Falls High School.

     

     

    * There is a price increase this year.  This is due to two factors, KB had a price increase, and our bus costs increased dramatically due to the significant increase in fuel costs.  We have previously been able to hold costs down, but these increases were too much to absorb.