Commitment to Learning


This year is Olympic Ski School, Inc.’s 51st year of continuous operation at Stevens Pass. Most of our instructors are members of PSIA OR AASI and are certified levels I, II or III. We are proud of the outstanding teaching expertise that they can offer to our students.

Breaking News

Dear Olympic Snowsport School Students and Parents,
It looks like this weekend will be a cold one. Remember really warm clothing for the Students and yourselves. We hope those nice warm hot dogs and hot racers will keep you toasty. Mary and Stacie.

IT'S LUAU PARTY TIME AT OLYMPIC SKI SCHOOL

DATES:     SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8TH AND SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9TH

Time Schedule

9:30-11:15

Bob Hall morning classes go out on the hill--no races yet.

10:00-12:00

Olympic classes go out on the hill and go throught the race course. the course will be located on Promenade where it has been all season. THIS A CHANGE FROM THE EARLIER PUBLISHED LOCATION. We are planning a spectator line on skiers left. You can walk there from our meeting area. Snowboard competition will take place in the small Terrain Park between Daisy and Promenade. Younger groups usually go through the course first, but any group that arrives will be allowed to go through the course when they get there.

12:00-1:00

BBQ at the ski school. Olympic will provide hotdogs, buns, condiments, juice, plates, napkins , chips, utensils, and cups. Because our space is limited we ask parents to bring 1 or 2 dozen cookies if they wish to contribute to the lunch. These can be brought to the picnic area before classes and one of our staff will put them in the serving boxes. If you are there really early, bring them to the lodge and I will put them in the boxes there.

Remember this is a Luau, so any Hawaiian party wear is encouraged.

1:15-1:40

Olympic Awards at the Meeting Area. After the awards, afternoon classes will go out until 3 on Saturday and 3:15 on Sunday.

12:45-1:15

Bob Hall students will Race on Promenade using the same format as the Olympic racers.

2:00-2:30

Bob Hall Awards Ceremony at the ski school meeting area.

Each class will receive Report cards from their instructor which will indicate placement for next year's class.


Member of the Professional Ski Instructors of
America

PSIA was founded in 1961 to develop a standardized system for teaching people and to unify instructors throughout the country.

Our main purpose is to support our members and advance snowsport instruction and education in the disciplines of: Alpine, Nordic, Snowboarding, Children, Adaptive, as well as Backcountry.