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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

All middle school students are welcome to participate in any or all our sports activities in our intramural program. Activities include badminton, volleyball, soccer, and more. Activities are offered throughout the year beginning at 3:45pm (after tutorial) and free for all students. All skill levels are welcomed. Our awesome PE department leads badminton and volleyball. Please check with your PE teacher for details about badminton and volleyball. All other sports are led by Jubilee REACH.

To register for athletics and activities offered through Jubilee Reach or your Middle School, visit the FinalForms webpage.  Jubilee Reach or your Middle School staff will contact you via email before the sports season begins with details about practice times and event schedules

Still have questions? Connect with Trent Stauffer at trents@jubileereach.org.

Season Sport Start Month End Month Led By
Fall Ultimate Frisbee Coed September November BSD
Fall Girls Basketball September November Jubilee REACH
Fall Boys Soccer September November Jubilee REACH
Fall Girls Golf September November Jubilee REACH
Winter Badminton Coed November January BSD
Winter Clubs/Interest Groups November January Jubilee REACH
Winter Volleyball Coed February March BSD
Winter Flag Football Coed February March Jubilee REACH
Spring Cross Country Coed April May Jubilee REACH
Spring Boys Basketball April May Jubilee REACH
Spring Girls Soccer April May Jubilee REACH
Spring Girls Golf April May Jubilee REACH


Please contact Russell White (whiter@bsd405.org) or Jeff Lowell (lowellj@bsd405.org)


Club Jubilee Advisor:
Trent Stauffer trents@jubileereach.org

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.