November 26, 2022

Alyeska Snow Classic 2022

The Alyeska Snow Classic is back! We’ve got heaps of snow in Girdwood, and here’s your chance to guess the snow depth at elevation 1096ft on Mt Alyeska on the closing day of ski operations (April 24, 2022). Guess correctly and you could win some cash! Buy a ticket and make a guess March 1-31, 2022.

More information available at:

Happy New Year!

We’re back in the office and are busy programming some fantastic new classes. We’re starting the year off with Pickleball, Basketball, Nordic Ski Club, Kung Fu, and more classes are in the works. If you would have a professional interest or hobby you would like to share with the community, or you are interested in a class not currently offered, let us know and we will try to make it happen! Give us a call in the office at 907-742-5317 or email Here’s to a healthy and happy new year!

2021 Senior Service Scholarship Application Open

Senior Community Service Scholarship 2021This scholarship for graduating high-school seniors is awarded each spring.

Four Valleys Community School partners with Girdwood Turnagain Arm Lion’s Club to provide two $1000.00 scholarships for graduating seniors. This year all applications must be mailed to FVCS, or submitted electronically (see application link above for details). Applicants interview with a small committee via tele-conference or video conference. 

Application deadline is April 9th, 2021.

Beginning Nordic Ski Lessons Open for Registration

The Girdwood Nordic Ski Club has partnered with the FVCS to offer Adult Nordic Ski Lessons right here in our own backyard. We are lucky to have experienced Nordic Coach Tyler Henegan in Girdwood to help improve your skills; you will also meet other cross country skiers and community members, and better enjoy your time out on the local trails with improved skills. Session 1 starts Monday January 18th!

These classes are small group and geared toward the beginner to low intermediate skier, and will cover basic classic skiing techniques. This is the year to get out on the local trails, work on your ski form, and improve your overall fitness.


All classes will be held at Moose Meadow unless changed by Coach Tyler.

Covid precautions will include mandatory mask wearing, social distancing, small groups (between 4-6 students), pre-class health questionaire and follow State of Alaska travel mandates. View our Nordic Lesson COVID-19 Mitigation Plan here.

If you have questions about the mechanics of this class please contact instructor Tyler Henegan: For registration contact FVCS at