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 Nancy Pham, (425) 456-4040 or

Big Picture Clubs

Name Day Time Location Advisor(s) Description
Game Club – Middle School Friday 4-4:30pm Room 111 Andrew Connelly Game Club is a place to try and explore new games in all their forms. Students are encouraged to bring board games, card games and even school appropriate video games. The goal is to provide a time and place for students to create a community around the shared experience of games. In the past, student have brought a wide range of titles including card games such as Magic the Gathering, Pokémon, and Yugioh. Come on by RM 111 and lets have some fun!
Destination Imagination – Middle School Tuesday 4-5pm Room 117 Amanda MacLeod & Brooke Weber Destination Imagination is student-driven club that focuses on collaboration and teamwork. Teams are formed within the club based on interest, and each team specializes in a challenge in either fine arts, science, technical, engineering, service learning and improv. Each group presents a solution to their challenge which  presented at the regional tournament in March.
Drama Club – High School Friday 4-5pm Room 414 and Great Room Rebecca Davis Looking to hone your acting skills? Maybe you want to try something new? How about you just want to act goofy with your friends? Any reason is great to come have fun with other HS students in DRAMA CLUB!!! We’re an informal club that is committed to having a blast while flexing our dramatic muscles. No experience necessary. Come as you are. ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
Mele Club – High School Tuesday 4-4:45pm Room 213 Daniel Bess MELEE Club is a club that wishes to both expose and help people play Super Smash Brothers Melee at a competitive level, practicing with each other and performing in local tournaments.
Puzzle Club – High School Monday 4-4:45pm Room 213 Daniel Bess Puzzle Club is a group of students inviting any and all students to come and work their brain muscles with puzzles of various types – from the traditional jigsaws to escape-room like board games involving logic puzzles and strategy. All ideas are welcome and encouraged – so bring your own puzzle for all of us to work together on and enjoy.
SOAR – High School Friday HS Lunch Library Godfrey Drake & Tony Granito The SOAR Club is an acronym for Students Organized Against Racism! Have you ever wanted to learn how to have a safe, courageous conversation about race? If so this is the club for you!!
SOAR – High School Wednesday B Week 7:30-8:15am Library Godfrey Drake & Tony Granito The SOAR Club is an acronym for Students Organized Against Racism! Have you ever wanted to learn how to have a safe, courageous conversation about race? If so this is the club for you!!
Yearbook Club – High School Tuesday HS Lunch Library Holly Huckeba & Sarah Frost Yearbook Club provides high school students with the opportunity to assist in yearbook photography, production and design. The club meets for a half hour weekly.
E-Sports Club – High School Monday 4-4:30 Room 413 Paul Spatafore E-Sports Club  is a place to play video games in a fun and safe environment and give students a change to connect with each other.  It will meet every Monday in rom 412.
The Panther Paper – High School Mondays and Tuesdays HS Lunch Portable 3 Amalia Ramos The Panther Paper will be creating a school newspaper on Adobe Sway.  The goal is for people to express their creativity through writing, pictures and collaborating with each other.  The paper will cover past events, such as Spirit Weeks and PMU’s, and will cover upcoming events, like ASB activities.  We’re hoping to have cartoonists and artists on staff and are also looking for reporters who can interview people about their internships.
Eco Club – Middle School 1st Thursday each month MS Lunch Room 401 Laura Walter Looking to help promote recycling, waste prevention, or resource conservation in our school? Would you like to build connections with your peers, add to your resume, and help the planet at the same time? Then Green Team would be a great club for you! Activities include: Make creative informational videos about ways to keep our school Green, start a school-wide student-run recycling and compost program, use recyclables to create art, take environmentally informative field trips, create and run assemblies promoting recycling and waste prevention and MUCH, MUCH MORE!

High School Sports

High school students may play sports on teams for their home schools. Students are responsible to ensure that they satisfy academic and physical requirements for sports eligibility, and to provide transportation to and from practices and games.

Middle School Sports

Club Jubilee sponsors many of our after school activities.  Please visit their website for more information and to register your student for an activity.

By reinforcing positive behavior, we will ensure all learners have equitable access to educational opportunities.

These are our expectations for building Positive Relationships, OWnership of Learning and Leadership at Bellevue Big Picture School.

Join the Panther to PROWL at Big Picture! Classrooms Walkways & Passing Time Cafeteria & Lunch Office PMU Bathrooms Locker Rooms After School
Positive Relationships
Treat each other well.

Use positive and supportive language (be kind)

Actively listen

Practice kindness by looking our for others

Respect other’s personal space

Respect other’s belongings

Be inclusive and welcome others

Use respectful language

Enter the office quietly

Participate, stay engaged, and encourage others

Help build a positive community

Encourage others to be efficient and return to class quickly

Respect peer’s personal space and privacy

Respect everyone’s belongings

Leave campus without disrupting others

Stay on campus only for tutorial or clubs

Ownership of Learning
Self-management and making good choices.

Advocate for yourself

Manage class time wisely

Use appropriate volume

Walk between classes

Wait calmly in your spot in line and use appropriate voice volume

Lunch first, then activities

Stay in supervised areas on the campus

Office business only

The best time for office errands is before school, after school or at lunch

Listen and respect speakers

Inspired by a speaker? Apply it in your life!

Return to class ready to participate

Use your locker and remember your combination

Dress down and be ready in 5 minutes or less

Enter tutorial calmly and ready to learn

Leave campus promptly (within 5 minutes)

Doing what’s right to take care of physical space around you and your school community – no matter who is or isn’t watching!

Use tools, materials and workspace in a safe and responsible manner

Use digital devices responsibly at appropriate times

Play sports/be active in a responsible manner

Leave it cleaner than you found it

Clean your table and throw out all garbage Set an example by bring polite, quiet and respectful

Electronics off and away

Help set up and put away chairs

Leave it cleaner than you found it

Always flush toilets and wash hands

Take care of equipment

Wash clothes weekly

Show your BP pride and keep our campus clean as you leave