Adults listen to presentation in school gym

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

Topics in this Section

  • Apply to Enroll
  • Kindergarten and Elementary Information Nights

Don’t know your school? Visit our Find Your School page to see which school you are assigned. School Finder will be updated after a final decision is made regarding the 2023-2024 recommended school consolidations.

Apply to Enroll

Learn how to enroll.

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

As shared in a recommendation to the School Board on February 9, Ardmore, Eastgate and Wilburton elementaries are currently being considered for consolidation into other BSD elementary schools. After the School Board takes action on the recommendations, families at impacted schools will receive direct communication on their 23-24 enrollment options. Families at impacted schools will be given priority in requesting a different school. Families who did not already apply through Open Transfer will be given the opportunity to apply through the communication they receive.

Kindergarten and Elementary Information Nights

These events are designed for families with students who are starting kindergarten, new to BSD, or considering a different elementary school in the 23-24 school year. Some schools have already hosted their information nights. Please see below for links to their previous events.

Families may contact each school directly with any questions and/or to get more details about their information night.

Please note: Information night dates for the following schools will be shared after March 16: Sherwood Forest.


Clyde Hill

Cherry Crest


Jing Mei

Lake Hills


Newport Heights

Phantom Lake

Puesta del Sol





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.