Going higher has nothing to do with learning a trick. You might as well just go jump off a huge cliff into water and try triples.
Woodward teaches you in progression steps. Not only for safety, but so you learn the skills needed to do a trick and tricks beyond the one you are focusing on.
1.) Trampoline to Foam Pit
2.) Snowflex Jump to Foam Pit
3.) On-Snow Airbag you can actually land on and ride away from.
4.) Take it to snow (This winter they got tons of snow)
A great thing is that indoor jump, airbag take off, and park jump are designed to be about the same size. So transitioning to the next step is easy.
Also, Woodward's coaches don't just work there in the summer. They are actually trained and have follow up training year round. Your coach and other coaches are all round helping you with what you are working on.
If you are hitting the indoor jump, a coach is stationed right at the pit and there is a 30 sec delay camera so you can see exactly what you did wrong or right. The give you pointers about how do it properly. That way, you've technically done the trick tons of times, so its time to take it out to snow.
Lastly...Woodward's living situation is two campers per room/bathroom with clean water, plenty of hot water, and working toilets!!!