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Bryan Schilling Named Snow Sport School Manager

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Bryan Schilling

Homewood, CA – Homewood Mountain Resort has named Bryan Schilling as the resort’s snow sports school manager.  Schilling will oversee Homewood’s adult and children’s ski and snowboard schools, multi-day ski and snowboard clinics, the children’s daily Snow Rangers Academy, and season-long Super Sliders ski program.

An Oregon native, Schilling learned to ski at Timberline Resort.  He began his teaching career at Aspen/Snowmass in Colorado.  Prior to joining the team at Homewood, Schilling managed the snow sports school at Sierra-at-Tahoe for two years and Heavenly Mountain Resort for five years.  As a member of the technical team with the Professional Ski Instructors of America, the sanctioning group which determines instructional standards for snow sports schools across the U.S., Schilling is one of the country’s top instructors and teaching method developers.  Additionally, Schilling speaks multiple languages, has taught skiing on four continents, holds a Master’s degree in education, and is a former social studies teacher.  No stranger to teaching in any realm, Schilling plans to create a premier snow sports school with an emphasis on families at Homewood.

Available soon this winter, Schilling will implement a new instruction program that offers instruction for an entire family.  “Homewood is unique in that it offers a premier setting for families to learn and play together,” Schilling said.  “Much of skiing and snowboarding’s fun comes from interacting with friends and family on the slopes – having an unforgettable experience together.  Offering family group instruction is a perfect fit for Homewood,” he added.

Schilling has also designed a new intermediate/advanced instructional option for Homewood, which will also become available this winter.  “Homewood offers absolutely fantastic glades and powder fields in addition to renowned groomed slopes.  The variety is ideal for guests looking to become well-rounded skiers and riders,” he said.

Schilling sees something special at Homewood.  “Homewood’s attributes and opportunities stem from what the local community already knows: the views, terrain, and friendly atmosphere are unique and second to none.  Homewood is an ideal place for skiers and riders to discover, and the snow sports school will emphasize having fun while learning together,” he said.

For more information about the Homewood snow sport school, multi-day clinics, season-long programs, and the children’s Snow Rangers Academy, visit SkiHomewood.com or call 530.525.2992.

Homewood Mountain Resort is one of California’s first winter recreation resorts.  Offering a family-friendly atmosphere since 1961, Homewood continues to offer premier winter skiing and snowboarding with a focus on top level guest service and custom vacation packages.  Homewood is accessible via Interstate 80 to California State Route 89, just 55 miles from Reno Tahoe International Airport.  Homewood’s parent company is JMA Ventures, LLC, a full service real estate investment firm, serving as managing member of over $500 million in existing projects.  Visit SkiHomewood.com or call 530.525.2992 for more information about Homewood Mountain Resort.

Comments

Feb
17
2011
Posted by Rory W. Drake

Congradulations Mr. Schilling,

Speaking from experiance, other than a short time at Heavenly as a kid. My family spent our time skiing Homewood. I bassically grew up on the mountain in the 70′s in 79 I joined the ski school, worked for Pat Porter for three years. Got to teach a lot of familys that returned each year for winter and spring break.

Glad to see the direction your heading, Is North Tahoe High School still training at Homewood?

All the best.

Rory W. Drake
PSIA-E Level II
Charlotte, NC

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