Community Education

Mt. Holly Ski and Snowboard Passes

Mt. Holly 2020-2021 Student Program passes are now available for purchase at the Reid Elementary Office from 9a-5p, Monday-Friday (school operating days). Masks must be worn to enter our facility.  Payment can be made by cash or check made to: Goodrich Community Education.  Sorry no cards accepted.

The cost of the annual student pass is $22.00, and is available for students ages 7-18. The Ski Pass includes 2 free lessons and the Snow Board pass includes 1 free lesson

Pricing Monday- Friday, 3p- close (non-holiday) with the card is as follows:

Student Membership Card Price:  $22.00
Additional Ski Lessons: $11.00
Ski Rental: $22.00
Snowboard Rental: $22.00
Helmet Rental: $10.00
Poles Only: $5.00
Patches: $2.50

No discounts on Saturday/Sunday. 

Holiday Rate:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents Day- Students who show their student club membership card at the ticket window at time of purchase will receive a $10.00 discount off their lift ticket.  There are no discount on rentals and free lessons are not available during this time.

Adult Group Card:

The Adult group ID card gives parents the opportunity to ski with their student member as a family at a reduced rate.  The $22.00 group ID card has 10 $5.00 punches to be used as a discount on their lift ticket.
Patch Program:

The Mt. Holly lesson program is a progressive patch grading system.  Patches are purchased for each level passed.  Each patch must be sewn on jacket or pants.  The entire patch set must me sewn on, not just the highest patch attained.  Lessons are 50 minutes and may start at 5p, 6p or 7p.  A 4p or 8p lesson is available on request only by contacting the ski school in advance at 248-634-3249.  Please inform your students to stand in line at the flag corresponding to the color patch they are trying to earn and have their lesson ticket ready.  A patch is not earned on the 1st lesson.  If a parent purchases an AA lift tickets and their child has a student ticket that student must stay in the area their patch allows.  The ski school, ski patrol and lift operators all police our hills in order to make certain students are on the hills corresponding to their patches.


Commercial food/carry out from restaurants is not allowed.  The fireplace area is the designated area for brown bag lunches.  


Please see the attached Mt. Holly program information sheet and COVID-19 Policy Information.

20-21 COVID-10 Policy at Mt. Holly.pdf

Mt. Holly 20-21 Student Program information.pdf

Welcome to Goodrich Community Education

Office hours: M-F, 8:30am-4:00pm

Located at:
Reid Elementary
7501 Seneca Street
Goodrich. MI 48438

Phone (810) 591-5201

Children's Center Attendance Line (810) 591-5209

Fax (810) 591-3465

Cyndi Crosby - Program Assistant