To help families transition to their next step in the 2023-2024 school year, BSD’s neighborhood schools, choice schools and choice programs host information sessions for prospective students and families

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Don’t know your school? Visit our Find Your School page to see which school you are assigned.


Apply to Enroll

The deadline to apply for open transfer, choice schools and choice programs is January 20, 2023. Learn more about the application period and how to apply.

The Arabic Language Program and Puesta del Sol Spanish Immersion Program will accept nonresident entry level applications. The applicants will be placed on a nonresident waitlist for consideration after all resident students have been placed.

Nonresident students who wish to enroll in BSD schools may now also submit waitlist applications. Learn more on the Inter District Transfer webpage.


Choice Schools

These events are designed for families interested in applying to enroll in choice schools in the 23-24 school year.



Big Picture School

(6-12)


International School

(6-12)


Jing Mei Elementary – Mandarin Dual Language

(incoming kindergarten and waitlist applicants)


Puesta del Sol Elementary

Spanish Immersion (incoming kindergarten)


Choice Programs

These events are designed for families interested in applying to enroll in choice programs in the 23-24 school year.



Mandarin Dual Language Program


Spanish Language Programs – Enrollment Application Support


Elementary Schools

Dates for elementary neighborhood school information nights will be posted in February, with events taking place in late February and early March.


Middle School

These events are designed for families with students in middle school, particularly those who will be in sixth grade in the 23-24 school year.



High School

These events are designed for families with students in high school, particularly those starting ninth grade in the 23-24 school year.



The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.