Remember -- your snow season is not over yet!
Season pass lift tickets and season
rentals will remain valid until the Summit
closes for the season so put those new skillz of
yours to use!
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Give your children the gift of a lifetime of healthy,
invigorating fun on the slopes! Since 1958, Bellevue Ski School
has offered premier quality snowboarding and skiing
instruction for students in grades 2 through 12. We are affiliated with the Bellevue
School District, and managed by parent, teacher and community volunteers.
Professional instruction is provided by the award winning staff of
Bellevue Ski School's SATURDAY ski and snowboard
range from beginner to master classes, with specialty courses
such as Park N Pipe and Racing.
All of our classes are taught at
The Summit At Snoqualmie Ski area.
Elementary and Middle
School take classes and ski/board at Snoqualmie Summit Central.
High School students take classes at Summit Central
and then ski/board at Summit Central, Summit West and Summit East (Hyak).
To be eligible to register with Bellevue Ski School, students must
either attend a BSD school or live within the Bellevue School District
boundaries so as to be eligible to attend a BSD public school.
Our instruction staff from Ullr Inc. received three prestigious awards
at the 2010 Professional Ski Instructors Association Northwest Spring Symposium:
2010 PSIA-NW Rookie of the Year
Given to a rising superstar, this honor was awared to our
2010 Ken Syverson Instructor of the Year Award
This award recognizes the history of teaching excellence and dedication to snowsports
was given to John Quickstad,
President of Ullr Snow Sports.
2010 Larry Linnane Skiing Legends Award
Awarded to a senior member with a lifelong commitment to snowsports reflected in
a extended career in instruction, service to the PSIA, and authorship of technical
or feature articles for publication, Ed Kane was this
Congratulations to these three! These pros are what make Bellevue Ski School the
quality program that it is!