Bellevue Ski School
Ski School Programs
Enjoy Mid-Winter Break!
Seventh Saturday FEB 24th
Elementary BBQ!

Need To Pick Up Your Student Early?

This MUST be pre-arranged! Print out the Early Release Form and the Early Release Directions. Complete the form and have your student hand it to the chaperone as they board their bus in the morning.
Follow the Early Release Directions to pick up your student. Note the pickup time restrictions -- if you're late, student will ride the bus downhill with us.

Want to Shred the Terrain Parks?

A Summit Park PEEPS 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 (yurt) 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.

    Nondiscrimination Policy

    Bellevue Ski School is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory environment 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.

    2018 SCHEDULE
    All day SATURDAY 1/06, 1/13, 1/20, 1/27, 2/03, 2/10, 2/24, 3/03.
    No ski school 2/17.
    Buses depart from Odle Middle School:
    Elem: departs 8:30am returns 4:05pm
    MS: departs 8:30am returns 5:30pm
    HS: departs 8:15am returns 5:30pm

    Our Chaperone Hut is on the top floor of the Summit Central Ski Patrol Building. Driving directions can be found at: Directions to Chaperone Hut

    Washington State Ski & Snowboard Museum
    Visit the 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.

    Need Equipment?
    Please see Equipment page for lots of alternatives.

    Important Dates

    Seventh Day!
    Saturday Feb 24th
    Elementary School BBQ!

    HS dropoff: 7:45am
    MS/Elementary dropoff: 8:00am
    Elementary pickup: 4:00pm
    MS/HS pickup: 5:30pm
    Odle Middle School
    502 143rd Ave NE

    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.
    Partners in Winter Recreation.