Each spring, the state requires that we assess students in core subject areas. Along with students in 12 other states, Washington students in grades 3-8 (plus high school) will take the online Smarter Balanced assessments in English Language Arts (ELA) and Math. Students in grades 5, 8 and 11 will also take the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) test.Read More
In mid-December Bellevue School District hosted the second annual BOOM Experience at Bellevue College attended by nearly 300 students. The event was designed for male students that racially identify as African, Black, Latino, Native American or mix of any, who are in grades 7-12 in the Bellevue School District, although all students, no matter their racial background, were welcome to attend.
The Washington Post has released its list of America’s Most Challenging High Schools for 2016, ranking all of Bellevue’s comprehensive high schools in the top 15 percent. Read More
The Parent Alliance of Black Scholars, also known as PABS, hosted the Inspire 2016: Rites of Passage event on May 20, honoring students graduating to middle school, high school, and college.
The 2016 BSD Art Show at Crossroads Mall features hundreds of K-12 artwork chosen by art teachers from each school.Read More
The second meeting of the High School Algebra 1 Adoption Committee took place on March 16, 2016.Read More