The Bellevue School District regularly monitors air quality and takes guidance from the Washington State Department of Health about school activities that take place outdoors such as recess and physical education (PE), as well as athletic practices and games, based on the air quality index.Read More
Athletics & Activities
Athletics & Activities Director
12011 NE 1st Street
Bellevue, WA 98005
Have a question?
Contact the Athletics & Activities information desk to get the help you need. Call (425) 456-4278
2023-24 Athletics and Activities
Registration for High School sports and activities is open. Check your school’s Athletics site for details. Learn about Middle School sports and activities here.
Vision and Mission
The Bellevue School District Athletics and Activities Department provides a comprehensive offering of programs that support the district’s commitment to affirming and inspiring each and every student to learn and thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.
The administration, staff, students, and parents of Bellevue School District schools value:
- By creating opportunities to explore new interests and strengths
- By investing in all programs at every level of the Bellevue School District
- By committing to sportsmanship and fairness
- By being responsive to individual concerns and community input
- By providing growth through practice and competition
- By maintaining a balance of individual and team achievement
- By implementing a supportive environment in all athletic and activity programs
- By building self-confidence and self-discipline to promote lifelong social, emotional, and physical health
- By emphasizing life skills designed to foster positive mindsets
- By demonstrating respect and appreciation for diversity and inclusion
- By developing a sense of belonging within the Bellevue School District and the community
- By nurturing relationships through effective communication
- By modeling positive behavior for participants, staff, and supporters
The Bellevue School District Athletics and Activities Department provides guidance to students through athletics and activities as they develop into productive adults who understand that dedication, resiliency, and respect translate into success in life.
At BSD, students dedicate their time and talents not only to academics, but also to their passions, hobbies, and service to others. This month, we highlight the creators of their future world who have achieved excellence in the arts, athletics, community service and more.Read More
This season Sammamish football provided a backdrop for students to be inspired to focus on dedication and leadership, develop a sense of belonging, and to believe in themselves.Read More
View the spring sport wrap-ups from Bellevue, Interlake, Newport, and Sammamish high schools.
All middle school families are encouraged to log in to FinalForms before the end of the 2021-2022 school year to complete or update forms for 2022-2023. Logging in now to complete forms will help ensure that your student can participate in sports, activities and field trips. Read More
View the winter sport wrap-ups from Bellevue, Interlake, Newport, and Sammamish high schools.Read More
High school athletes across the district returned to compete this fall 2021 season and dominated not only on the field, court, course and pool, but also in the classroom. Eighteen teams across the district either made the state playoffs or had individual state qualifiers, all while the district scholar athletes racked up a combined 3.753 GPA, and two teams earned WIAA State Academic Champion honors. See all school team results below.Read More
Sammamish High School administration embraced the April 26, 2021 state law, HB 1356, “prohibiting the inappropriate use of Native American names, symbols, or images as school mascots” and moved quickly to include the students and community in the deciding on a new mascot. Student leaders along with the student body overcame mixed emotions about the change, and the student body voted for the “Red Hawks” to start this school year after 62 years as the “Totems.” Read More