BSD-logo-green-75Bellevue High School offers a variety of opportunities for students to explore an assortment of career pathways, beginning with our Career and Technical education classes.  These classes provide students with the opportunity to explore areas of study and careers in depth and in many cases earn college credit through local community/technical colleges and the Pacific Northwest College Credit program.  Bellevue High School is also a member of the WANIC consortium allowing students to registered for additional career and technical classes at several surrounding high schools.  Click on the school district logo above to learn more.

Please note: classes within the WANIC consortium are filled on a first come, first serve basis beginning in early February for the following school year. A description of all available Career and Technical education classes can be found in the course description catalog. The College and Career Center will assist students with registration for WANIC courses as well as career planning and preparation. In addition, students will use the Naviance system to create a resume and explore interest areas and career clusters through the High School and Beyond Plan.

Career Talks

Career Talks is a Bellevue School District program to connect students with working professionals in various fields.  Information about upcoming Career Talks can be found monthly in the CTE Spotlight email. Links to previous presentations are below and can also be found on the district website.

Making Cents of Business part 2

Making Cents of Careers in Business part 1

CTE Put to Work: Careers in the Trades part 2

CTE Put to Work: Careers in the Trades part 1

Moving Forward in Transportation: Sound Transit and the Eastlink Project

Don't be Trashy- Careers that help the Environment

Careers with Digital Impact, part 2

Careers with Digital Impact, part 1

A Pulse on Healthcare Careers that Save Lives, Part 2

A Pulse on Healthcare, Careers that Save Lives Part 1

Lights, Camera Jobs; Careers in Film and Visual Arts

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.