If your student will be a 9th grade student at BHS next year, or simply thinking about attending BHS, please …Read More
College & Career Center
- College & Career Center
- Graduation Requirements
- Ordering Transcripts
- Washington State History Options
- World Language Credits
- Academic Support
- Advanced Placement
- Community Service
- Credit Recovery Options
- Outside Learning
- Request for Credit for Middle School Courses
- Running Start
- Sport for PE Credit
The Bellevue High School College and Career Center provides students and parents with access to current information and resources on college and career planning. Offering a variety of services from registration for WaNIC courses and resume workshops to college visits and scholarship information, we will be your guide as you plan for your future.
Follow the links on the right for in-depth college planning tools, college planning checklists by grade as well as information on our career services, career, and technical education (CTE) classes and career-related classes offered off campus through the WANIC program.
WANIC Program Hosted by Lake Washington School District
Class of 2021 Important Senior Dates (All Dates/times subject to change)
Cap and Gown orders due online
Grad Night – …Read More
PLEASE JOIN US AT OUR FIRST TOWNHALL – CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION INFORMATION NIGHT
WHEN: February 9, 2021 from 5-6 p.m.
Are …Read More
Dear BHS families of students in Advanced Placement Courses:
The College Board will be supporting “in person” Advanced Placement testing at …Read More
Throughout the year, Bellevue High School will host admission representatives from a variety of colleges across the country and around …Read More
Secondary Class Schedules Update
September 1, 2020
Dear Bellevue High School Families:
Scheduling of students into courses is mostly complete and student schedules …Read More
The Bellevue School District does NOT endorse any outside organization/event. The above list is provided as an informational service only. It is strongly recommended that every participant, as well as parent or guardian, research the organization thoroughly, before participating, to be certain it is an appropriate fit.