About Us

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Since 1958, Bellevue Ski School has offered premier quality snowboarding and skiing instruction for students in grades 2 through 12. We are 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 absolute beginners to master classes with specialty courses such as Racing and Instructor Training.


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).


For more information or questions, please email us at: info@bellevueskischool.com

Mailing Address:
Bellevue Ski School
15600 NE 8th St #B1-771
Bellevue, WA 98008

For program status:
(e.g. weather cancellation)
Monitor the homepage of the website.


To be eligible to register with Bellevue Ski School, students must be in grades 2-12 (ages 7-18) but not restricted to just the Bellevue School District.

Partners in Winter Recreation

We are proud members of the US Forest Service Education Program. Ullr, Inc. operates as a concessionaire under US 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.

Non-discrimination 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. Bellevue Ski School ascribes to policies regarding non-discrimination and the prohibition of harassment, intimidation and bullying, as documented in our handbook.