The Bellevue School District offers students opportunities to extend their learning through extracurricular and after school activity programs. It is the District’s intention to provide high quality opportunities for student participation in extracurricular and after school activity programs. To that end:

Bellevue School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Title IX Coordinator: Jeff Lowell, (425) 456-4010 or; Section 504/ADA Coordinator: Heather Edlund, (425) 456-4156 or; Civil Rights/Nondiscrimination Compliance Coordinator Alexa Allman, (425) 456-4040 or Mailing address for all three: 12111 NE 1st Street, Bellevue, WA 98005.

The Bellevue School District is also committed to providing a safe and civil educational environment that is free from harassment, intimidation or bullying. Report harassment, intimidation or bullying with SafeSchools Alert or at your school. The Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Compliance Officer is Patty Siegwarth.


Bellevue High School is a member of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA).  Bellevue is proud to offer students the opportunity to participate in a number of clubs and activities.  If you are interested in participating in one or more of the following clubs and activities contact the Activities Office, Activities Coordinator or the appropriate advisor.

The BHS website contains updated information about current ASB clubs. You can review them by clicking on “ACTIVITIES” on the main page (see previous page for website address). There is also a posting of all the current clubs with locations and meeting times posted in the Commons.


Associated Student Body (ASB)                                                                        Advisor:  Elizabeth Scott

The ASB takes on a tremendous responsibility not only to serve their fellow students, but also to represent BHS.  The work of an ASB Officer is an essential part of the well being of the entire BHS community and they accept significant responsibility for the direction our school will take in the coming year.  Serving as an ASB Officer may be challenging, but it’s extremely rewarding and the leadership skills learned and used are essential skills everyone needs. Elections are held each spring and are open to all grade levels.


Class Officers                    

Class Officers are elected to serve their peers.  From running class meetings to sponsoring class events, the officers are dedicated to making everyone feel welcome at BHS.  Class officers, like ASB Officers, are called to service and while the position is sometimes challenging, the skills learned are valuable and the work is rewarding. Elections are held each spring and an officer serves for one year.


National Honor Society

National Honor Society is a selective club that revolves around student’s academic achievement and service to their community. Bellevue High’s current NHS chapter has about 60 members who complete community service projects (at least twice per quarter) and tutor other students who need help.

Acceptance into NHS requires a cumulative GPA of at least 3.75, 40 hours of community service, and extracurricular activities that highlight leadership and scholarship. Students may apply in the spring of their sophomore year. The application process is lengthy and requires students to provide adult supervisor verification (signatures) of participation in community service and activities.

 Candidate applications are available in late February from the NHS advisor, Mrs. Florsheim. Listen for NHS application announcements mid-February.



Want to start a new club?

Get a club charter form across the hall from the Activities Office, Ms. Hurley’s room.  Then complete and turn into the Activities Office. New charters are for any new clubs.  Returning clubs use the club charter renewal form.  The ASB officers have a board meeting weekly to discuss and approve or decline club charters. Clubs need to have a teacher adviser, at least 6 members and a clear mission that fits within our school mission and goals. We have four main areas clubs fall under:

  • Athletic (groups like Water Polo and Lacrosse) – these need administrative approval
  • Academic (groups like Math Club, Japanese Club, etc.)
  • Educational (groups like DECA, Barque, Beacon, GSA, etc.)
  • Service (groups like National Honor Society, Key Club, Peer Mediation, etc.)

Starting a club is easy and a great way to get involved and develop your leadership skills.


Get involved at BHS & join a club!


Most students at Bellevue are involved in sports and/or clubs.  They help build our school community and allow students to explore their interests while developing their leadership skills. We encourage all students to find something that they are interested in and then try to stick with it for several years. Bellevue High School offers many after-school activities and clubs. Most clubs meet weekly, although some are much more active than others.  Any student can start a club by recruiting an adviser and some other members.  All clubs must complete a charter each year and get approval from ASB.  Visit the club adviser listed below to find out more information about the club and how to join.  Also, make sure to visit the Activities Fair in the Commons during lunch at the beginning of every semester. Get involved at BHS and make a difference in our school and community.

Bellevue High School Activities and Clubs 2017-2018

Club Advisor
Ambassadors of Opportunity Sheppard/Hansen
American Sign Language Weitman
Anti-Bullying Club Kline
Architecture Club Craciunoiu
Auto Club McCue
Avid Scott
Badminton Club Fleming
Bastion Literacy Circle Golding
Bending the Arc Jess
Best Buddies Tingelstad
Bridges Cochrun
Camp Korey Moyer
Chemistry Club Sieler
Chess Club Vandyke
Chinese Club Smith
Cook for the Homeless Brown
Days for Girls Smith
DECA Riggers
Drama Club Kline
Dungeons & Dragons Tomihiro/Sheppard
Earthbound Lutz
E-Sports Berger
Fashion Club Yale
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Gehrig
Finance Club Bright
French Club Nelson
French Honor Society Porfilio
GSA Dahl
Hack 4 Good Kralovich
HOSA Moyer
History Club Litzenberger
Japanese Honor Society Hurley
Jewish Student Union Club Golding
JSA – Junior State of America Corum
Key Club Guyer
Korean Club Schmidt
Link Crew McKnight/Brown
Lune Club Ortiz
Math Club Gehrig
Mental Health Awarness Frohlich
Mock Trial Club Michener
Model United Nations McCormick
National Art Honor Society Yale
National Hispanic Honor Society Gonzalez
National Honor Society Florsheim
National Science Bowl Schiehser
New Gen Sheppard
Open Gym AM Puariea
Performance for a Cause Yale
Photo Club Nixon
Programming Club Kit George
PAW – Protection of Animal Welfare Sanderson
Refugee Alliance Gonzalez
Robotics Club Florsheim/Kralovich
Rocketry Club Dorsey
Science Club Dorsey
Soup 4 Simpson Adams/Bright
Speech & Debate McCormick
Spikeball Corum
Spirit Club Adams
Spirit Rally Club Hurley/Scott
Students Partner with Veteran’s Club Philpott
Unity Club Richardson
YES Theory Monahan
Young Americans for Freedom Richardson
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