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Saturday last day for 5% discount

To Our Olympic customers.  Note that Saturday November ther 2nd will be the last day to get the 5% discount on your application for ski school lesson this year. 



Powder Pack Ticket Deadline

To all of our students now registered with Olympic Ski School, your Powder Passes need to be ordered by December 24th.  After that you will not have that particuar discount.  At that point you will have to contact someone else; I will know who that is, and pay a discounted rate but not the same discount as before.  Remember to register before Decembe 24th so you can get the best rates on passes.  Mary



End of Season BBQ/Race Day

It is end of season BBQ/Race day Saturday Feb 11 and sunday Feb 12th.  We hope everyone can come and have a great day.

The schedule will be as follows:

9:30-11:30 Classes will go out on the hill and go through the race course.  The course is located on PROMENADE.  Snowboard will take place in an area chosen by the instructors. Some level 1 students could be running a course by the magic carpet.  Please ask your instructor.  Parents can walk or ski to the race course.  Please stand at the bottom of the course on the opposite side of ski traffic.

11:30-12:30 There will be a BBQ in the ski school corral. The Ski School will provide hot dogs, buns, chips, condiments, juice, plates,napkins and cups.  Our space is very limited and we ask each parent to contribute 1-2 dozen cookies or baked good.  Please turn them in to the upstairs area of the East Lodge prior to lesson or at the BBQ area before classes.  Any Hawaiian party costumes are welcomed and encouraged.  

12:45-1:15 AWARDS!!!! These will be in our meeting area.   Awards are given to all classes that do the race course and snowboard competition.  After the awards the classes will go out until 2:30 if your student is in an all day program.

Your student should be given a report card by your instructor for next years class placement.Thank you so much for a great season.  Enjoy the Party and we look forward to seeing you this weekend.

Mary and Stacie

 



Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to some often asked questions. You may use the form below to contact us for additional answers.

Where do we meet? The Olympic meeting area is located on the left hand side of ski check, the right hand side of Kehr Chair (Old Big Chief chair). We will have signs just in front of the trees for instructors and a ski school banner.

We operate for 6 CONSECUTIVE weeks.

When do we meet?

We operate for 6 CONSECUTIVE weeks.

  • Saturday School ~ Sat Jan. 7th, 2017
  • Sunday School ~ Sun Jan. 8th, 2017
  • Wednesday Fun Bust ~ Wed Jan. 11th, 2017
  • Thursday Fun Bust ~ Thurs. Jan. 12th, 2017

Lesson Times: ALERT...NEW TIMES FOR 2017 Season

  • Check In: 9:15, Lessons Start 9:30 (All Day Afternoon Session 12:45)
  • Check Out: 11:30, 2:30 (afternoon)

Emergency Cell Phone Numbers at the Mountain

  • Mary Germeau: 206-718-1197
  • Stacie McMillan Sutton: 206-713-9150

If there is room in the class, we can put children of the same discipline together. If they are of different ability levels or age groups, and they request to specifically be together they will both go into the lower group of the two.

If you are a previous student your child will be placed according the instructor they had last year. If you have never been with us then read the descriptions on the website. If it has been a couple years since you could ski at your described level, pick one lower. If you are placed incorrectly the first week we will move you to a more appropriate level for your next lesson.

Olympic snow sports does not rent gear. If you are not purchasing your equipment, we recommend a season rental or lease package. Many outdoor sporting good stores have early season speicals. Use the "Ask a Question" form on this page for specific recommendations.

We cannot guarantee that the weeks of our ski session will occur consecutively. We do agree to furnish all services during the normal snowsport season, Jan. though Mar., or we will return the unused portion of tuition, minus office charge, when requested, within 45 days of the season termination. Mid-season cancellations will be handles on a case by case basis. Each lesson price includes a non-refundable $50 office charge.

Avoid dressing your child in any cotton. It absorbs moisture and can get very cold very quickly.
It’s a good idea to label all of your child’s clothing and accessories with their name and phone number.

Base-Layer
  • Synthetic or wool on top and bottom.
  • For those new to the sport, warm, synthetic (think polyester/fleece) pajamas work great!
Mid-Layer
  • A fleece/down jacket or vest.
  • Pants (if snowpants aren’t insulated).
Jacket & Pants
  • Waterproof is essential, rain gear works too, when accompanied by warm layers beneath.
Socks
  • Warm synthetic or wool socks that reach to at least the middle of the calf.
Gloves or Mittens
  • Waterproof, and fit well to cover the wrist.
Eye Protection
  • Most of the time snow goggles are the most appropriate, but on warm, sunny days, sunglasses are fine as well.
Helmet
  • Helmet's are not required but highly recommended. Buy one that properly fits your childs head.

The sixth week of lessons at Olympic Ski School (come snow, rain, shine) is always reserved for our Hawaiian Luau and Ski School Races. Students in the junior snowsport program will race slalom gates in the morning as a part of their class. Other students will have regular classes. Following morning classes, a fine BBQ lunch will be served to our students and parents. Olympic Ski School is pleased to provided hot dogs, buns, chips, condiments, plates, utensils and juice for our students and parents. please visits our website, as party weekend approaches, for details of when, where and what to bring for the party.

  • 5% savings if registered and postmarked by Friday Nov 18, 2016
  • $30 late fee for lesson registrations after 12/31/16.
  • Each lesson price includes a non-refundable $50 office charge.

Everyone get a "participate medal" for the ski race/snowboard competition. The trpohies are the top 3 places in each ablity level regardless of age.

NO The cost of a lift ticket or pass is in addition the the cost of our program. Please see the following link to purchase your advantage pass?

NO You will need to purchase your own equipment or rent. We recommand if you plan to rent to purchase a rental package for the season. You can find these at REI, Sports Authority, Play it again Sports, SKI Mart, and Eastside Ski and Sport in Woodinville.

Online registrations will receive instand receipts by email. Mail in applications will be processed and confirmed by snail mail. We will contact you if classes are full.

We will be operating for 6 consecutive weeks. This does mean we will work on national holidays if our programs fall on those days.

If you have lessons on a saturday and you know in advance you can not make a class you may call our office. We will do our best to fit you into a class on that sunday instead or offer you an afternoon class or double up on the next weekend. Arrangements must be made ahead of time to assure class availability.

All class assignments will be posted out front of ski school the first week of lessons. In addition we have supervisors walking around the first week with master lists to assist you with your classes and questions.

All class assignments will be posted out front of ski school the first week of lessons. In addition we have supervisors walking around the first week with master lists to assist you with your classes and questions.

Depending races being held at the mountain parking could be an issue. I would always try to be at the mountain at least by 8:45 am. The later you leave the more traffic you will encounter. Leave early as you can if weather is horrible.

Not often. If we were to cancel the cancellation will be posted under breaking news on the website and our voice mail will have a message as well. SKIING AND SNOWBOARDING is considered a winter sport and we will get wet and cold.

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2017 Bus Schedule

For dates beginning January 11th and 12th continuing for 7 consecutive weeks.

Wednesday Pickup Locations

Shoreline Park and Ride Intersection of 146th and 20th, Shoreline (Just North of 145th, across 20th from Prince of Peace Lutheran Church)
DEPARTING AT 7:15

Woodinville Park and Ride 140th Ave N.E. and N.E. 179th Pl.(across from World Market) Woodinville, WA
DEPARTING AT 8:00

Monroe Park and Ride (west of Fairgrounds) 17433 SR-2
DEPARTING AT 8:30

Thursday Pickup Locations

Blue Ridge Club House 10040 15th Ave NW Seattle, WA
ARRIVES AT 6:30
DEPARTING AT 6:45

Shoreline Park and Ride Intersection of 146th and 20th, Shoreline (Just North of 145th, across 20th from Prince of Peace Lutheran Church)
DEPARTING AT 7:15

Woodinville Park and Ride 140th Ave N.E. and N.E. 179th Pl.(across from World Market) Woodinville, WA
DEPARTING AT 8:00

Monroe Park and Ride (west of Fairgrounds) 17433 SR-2
DEPARTING AT 8:30