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Scroll down to learn more about:

  • Elementary bus routes
  • Middle school bus routes
  • High School, Choice School, and Metro Transit Information
  • Meeting your child at the bus stop
  • Route changes

Elementary School Bus Routes

We provide school bus transportation for grades K-8 if a student resides within the school attendance area but outside the walk boundary. All elementary schools have a one mile walk path boundary.

School Bus Stop Map

The times below are good for the first two weeks of school.

Please Note: The asterisks (*) on stop descriptions are for Transportation use only.

Middle School Bus Routes

We provide school bus transportation for grades K-8 if a student resides within the school attendance area but outside the walk boundary. All middle schools have a one mile radius boundary.

School Bus Stop Map

The times below are good for the first two weeks of school.

Please Note: The asterisks (*) on stop descriptions are for Transportation use only.

High School, Choice School, and Metro Transit Information

High school and Choice school students are transported by King County Metro. Areas where Metro does not have coverage will be supported by our BSD yellow buses (see below). Are you looking for ORCA card information? Learn about how all youth will be able to ride transit for free.

Supplemental High School, Choice School Bus Information:

The times below are good for the first two weeks of school.

Meeting Your Child at the Bus Stop

The Bellevue School District does not require that a parent or guardian meet regular program students (including kindergartners) at the bus stop, with the exception of the first week of school, when all Kindergarten students must be met by an adult or an older sibling.

If a parent or guardian would like their child to be met throughout the school year, the parent or guardian should make special arrangements with the bus driver.

In the event the parent or guardian is unable to meet the child because of unforeseen circumstances it is important that your child let the driver know. If your child is not met they will be transported to the Transportation Department located at 12025 NE 5th ST, Bellevue where they will be supervised by a trained district employee.

Would you like to know when your student’s bus is going to be late? Bellevue School District Transportation is using the Edulog Parent Bus Tracking Program to notify parents and students if there are bus delays. For more information, or to sign-up and start receiving notifications, please visit the Edulog Parent Bus Tracking page.

If the District Changes Your Route

Routes change periodically throughout the school year.  Current changes may not immediately appear online. You will receive notification from the district if there are any significant changes to your route.  If the change is insignificant the driver will tell the student verbally.

If You Want to Change Your Route

When first starting to ride the bus, we allow parents to choose whichever route and stop are most convenient to get their child to and from school each day. However, once your route and stop are selected, parents are required to submit an Alternate Bus Stop Request Form (PDF) if they wish to make any changes.


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.