Bellevue Ski School
Ski School Programs

SNOW in the Mountains!

Registration is in full swing!
Tell your Friends!
Prices go UP on Dec 1st!

Happy Thanksgiving!


Given last year's truncated season, the Summit is offering a 60% discount on season pass purchases for returning ski school students.

Returning students will need last year's pass number to apply. If you can't find your old season pass, go to 2014-15 Season Pass Number Lookup for instructions.

Once you have your pass number, click on Renew Season Pass to purchase discounted pass.

New students and those without a 2014-15 season pass, should go to our Forms page to get instructions for the regular ski school discount.

Register With Bellevue Ski School and Receive A Free Dog Coat!

A donation of Dog coats (25) was made to the BSS to keep our furry friends warm this winter. If you have a dog (Small, Medium or Large) and register a student with us, you can pick up a dog coat (First Come, First Served) at orientation on January 5th (MS/HS) or 7th (Elem).

Will We Have **Snow** This Year???

After last year's abysmal season, many are worried about this season. Current forecasts are for a strong El Niño weather pattern. This typically means about ~90% of the average base snowfall at the Summit. Compared to last season's 15%, that sounds heavenly! You can read more about historical and projected snowfalls in the article on the Summit web site. Keep doing those snow dances!

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Ski * Snowboard * Park-n-Pipe

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 Ullr SnowSports.

Bellevue Ski School's SATURDAY ski and snowboard programs 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.

Support your PTA!

Bellevue Ski School contributes a portion of each registration fee to the student's respective PTA. Help your PTA continue to support you and your classmates while having fun on the slopes!

Need Equipment?

Please note that ALL students MUST HAVE EQUIPMENT IN HAND to board the bus on Saturdays. Please do NOT plan on picking up equipment at the Summit! Do NOT purchase the season rental pass from the Summit -- you won't have access.

Please see Equipment page for lots of alternatives. Newport High School has an annual equipment swap meet. Keep it in mind if you have gear to sell as well.

Need To Order Your Season Pass Lift Ticket?

Go to the Forms page to get instructions for purchasing ONLINE. You MUST use our forms to get the ski school discount!

All season pass orders require a photo with the order. Digital photos may be emailed to the Summit.

All orders should be submitted by Dec 15.

Most orders received by the Summit before Dec 8 will be mailed to students (unless picked up early at the Summit WEST Season Pass Office. Orders received AFTER Dec 8 will be held for pickup. Bellevue Ski School will pickup and distribute remaining season passes the first day on the mountain.

Want to be an Instructor?
Ullr is Hiring!

High shool student with some skillz? Ullr wants to talk to you! Earn some bucks, teach others your passion and get a lot of slope time!

Interested but not quite sure? Sign up for our NEW Instructor Training program and learn what it takes to become an instructor!

Important Schedule Note!

To allow a 6-week session before the BSD Mid-winter break, our schedule includes Feb 13th, the FIRST Saturday of the break (see Calendar). Plan accordingly!
Sorry -- there are no makeups, substitutions or refunds for missed sessions.

Want to Shred the Terrain Parks?

A Summit Park Pass is required for Park and Pipe students and anyone planning on using Summit Central Terrain Park. Park Passes must be renewed every year.

Download and complete the Park Pass application and pay the $5 Park Pass fee. If student is under 18, a parent’s signature is required on the Park Pass App.

Four ways to submit a completed Park Pass app:

  • Scan and Email it to –
  • E-Fax it to – 425-671-0477
  • Mail it to – Guest Services: PO Box 1068, Snoqualmie Pass, WA 98068
  • Drop it off in person at Guest Services
  • Already taken the Shreducation class? Once the completed Park Pass App and fee are received, the renewed Park Pass will be mailed out.

    If student hasn’t taken the Shreducation class yet, download the application and release, fill it out, and submit it (plus fee as above) or have the student bring it to the class. Be one step ahead!

    Shreducation Class
    Attendance at the Shreducation class is mandatory for first-time Park Pass applicants regardless of skill level. The Park Pass Shreducation class happens throughout the day at the Central Park HUB located near the bottom of Central Express at Summit Central. The class consists of a short presentation to educate participants about the terrain parks and Smart Style.

    At the end of the presentation, student will receive a free temporary park pass/ticket for that day only. Once student turns in a completed Park Pass App and the $5 fee, the season-long Park Pass will be issued by Guest Services.

    Our Award Winning Instructors!

    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 Abby Cordell.

  • 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 year's recipient.

    Congratulations to these three! These pros are what make Bellevue Ski School the quality program that it is!

    Nondiscrimination Policy

    Bellevue Ski School is a non-profit committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory environemt to serve all students who are eligible for its programs without regard to race, ancestry, national origin, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, or marital status. As an activity approved by the Bellevue School District, Bellevue Ski School ascribes to Bellevue School District policies regarding nondiscrimination and the prohibition of harassment, intimidation and bullying.

    2016 SCHEDULE
    All day SATURDAY 1/09, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/06, 2/13, 2/27, 3/05.
    No ski school 2/20.

    Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum Now Open!
    Visit the new museum up near Summit West which celebrates the Northwest's storied history of winter Olympians! See the for more info and driving directions.

    Bellevue Ski School is proud to be a Founding Friend of WSSSM.

    TIP #1
    Get your day off to a smooth start: Make a CHECKLIST of what to bring and verify it before leaving the house!

    • Summit Season Pass
    • BSS ID Card
    • Safety Tag
    • Patch (Elem only)
    • Skis/Poles/Boots
      or Board/Boots
    • Helmet/Goggles/Gloves

    TIP #2
    Bundle skis and poles with a velcro strap.

    TIP #3
    Label rental skis, poles and boards with clear tape and write name on tape with a Sharpie.

    Important Dates

    Prices go UP on December 1st ! Better hurry if you want the best price!

    Registration ENDS December 15th ! Don't get left behind!

    2016 Dry-land Orientation
    1st Class for Never-Evers

    Your Never-Ever's first class starts them on their way to a successful season!

    All NEVER-EVERS meet at 6:30 with their class to learn the basics of equipment, stance, boarding/skiing.
    NOTE: Bring your equipment (boots plus skis/poles or board)

    All STUDENTS meet at 7:30 for our general orientation. Learn about their day, what to wear and bring, safety information, and what happens in an emergency.

  • Middle School/High School
    Tuesday Jan 5th
    6:30-8:30pm Never-Evers
    7:30-8:30pm All students
    Tillicum Middle School

  • Elementary School
    Thursday Jan 7th
    6:30-8:30pm Never-Evers
    7:30-8:30pm All students
    Tillicum Middle School

  • First Day!
    Saturday Jan 9th

    MS/HS dropoff: 8:00am
    MS/HS pickup: 5:30pm
    Tillicum Middle School
    1500 160th Ave SE

    Elementary Dropoff: 8:30am
    Elementary Pickup: 4:05pm
    Phantom Lake Elementary
    1050 160th Ave SE

    Road & Ski Conditions


    Summit at Snoqualmie Ski/Snowboard Conditions

    Washington State Dept of Transportation Snoqualmie Pass Weather and Road Conditions

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    We are proud members of the US Forest Service Education Program & the Bellevue School District. Ullr, Inc. operates as a concessionaire under U S Forest Service Permits issued to Ski Lifts Inc. partially operating within the Mt. Baker, Snoqualmie, and Wenatchee National Forests. This program provides employment, services, and privileges regardless of race, color, creed, sex, religion, age or national origin.
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