With snow falling in the mountains this weekend it seemed appropriate that we opened our online registration at the same time. How quickly I forgot about the sunny day streak we had this summer! Thank you to everyone that has signed up for the 2018 season so far. It’s truly a privilege, honor and incredible […]
If you’re unable to make the orientation, or want to view a copy on your phone/tablet while at the orientation, we’ve placed a copy of the PowerPoint presentation here: 2017 Ski & Snowboard School Orientation Presentation
Important Time Change for Juanita High School We did some analysis and realize that in order to make sure your kids get to the mountain with plenty of time for their lesson, and to make sure you’re not unnecessarily waiting around to pick them up in the evening, we’ve had to make a 15 minute […]
If you’re new to the program or just want a chance to learn more about how our program operates and ask questions in person, please attend one of our optional orientation meetings next week. · Wednesday, December 14th from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm at Issaquah Middle School Commons area (the new middle school is […]
Now that you’re signed up for program, do you have all your rental gear and equipment? If not, go check out Gerks in Issaquah or Pacific Bike and Ski on the Sammamish Plateau. They both offer great service and products! If there’s somewhere else you go, we’d love to know! Send us a message from […]
We are looking forward to a great 2017 season and we hope you are too! We are working hard behind the scenes to prepare for a great season and are updating our site with all the latest and greatest information. We are aiming to have our site open for online registration by October 1st at […]
You’re on Facebook? We are too! Checkout our Facebook page — share your photos, videos and comments. It’s going to be a fantastic season!
As we begin the 40th year of the Issaquah Ski and Snowboard School it takes me a moment to understand the magnitude of this milestone. 40 years, really? Think about it — 40 years ago none of our incoming students were alive – heck, I wasn’t even alive – “snurfing” was the alternative activity to skiing, and a place called […]