The 2024-2025 Course Catalog is now available. The Course Catalog provides information about all courses offered at BSD’s middle and high schools, to assist students as they explore their options. From career and technical education (CTE), to performing and visual arts, to world languages, BSD offers a wide range of innovative and rigorous courses to support the learning and development of students with all types of interests. Students should consider their passions and future goals while searching the available courses.

Some of the courses listed will only be offered in the fall if there are enough students enrolled. It is important that students think carefully about their choices now so the desired courses can be available next year.


  • Ongoing in March – counselors will be providing information sessions for students on the course selection process.
  • Ongoing – Some schools will host information sessions for families; please check your school website for information.
  • End of March – The course selection timeline is set by each school but generally is completed before the end of March.
  • Summer – Students will be notified of their courses for the 2024-2025 school year by August 15.

Find it Fast

Some key updates regarding the Course Catalog can be found as follows:

  • Machine translated versions of the Course Catalog are available in Spanish and Chinese
  • Middle School Planning Sheet p. 16
  • High School Planning Sheet p. 17
  • Big Picture Planning Sheets p. 18-19
  • Bellevue Digital Discovery Planning Sheets p. 22-21
  • International School Planning Sheets p. 22-23
  • Addition of Hindi (p. 150) and Korean (p. 151) language courses for middle school students.
  • High schools will be surveying for Advanced Placement African American Studies course
  • New CTE course: Introduction to Aviation & Engineering Design

Learn More

Visit the Requesting Courses webpage to learn how to request courses using StudentVUE. Schools will provide guidance and information about the course request process. Students may also contact their counselors for additional support.

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.