Bellevue High School is one of four comprehensive public high schools in the Seattle suburb of Bellevue, Washington. The school aggressively promotes academic excellence through an open enrollment philosophy of its Advanced Placement program and other accelerated classes. Accreditation: Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools, Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Memberships: The College Board, Pacific Northwest Association of College Admissions Counselors

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WE ARE BELLEVUE…

We are a community dedicated to learning. We are students, teachers, parents, staff, family, alumni, and neighbors. Together, we strive for excellence in all we do. We educate our minds and strengthen our hearts. We are preparing for college and for life.


WE VALUE…

Thoughtful Action. Accountable Excellence. Shared Success. Respect for All. We embrace challenges and aspire to excellence for ourselves and for our community. We respect others and ourselves. We’re in it together.


WE ARE…

Motivated. Prepared. Confident. Curious. Kind.

We recognize that excellence is never finished, and may not be within reach right from the start. So we are motivated and prepared—not just for the goals, but for the effort we’ll put into them. We act with confidence not because we know the answers, but because we’re ready to explore and discover new solutions. We are curious about what’s beyond the textbooks and the tests. We take pride in our involvement with our school and our community.


A WOLVERINE ASKS…

What can I do to make a difference? Where can I find a solution? How can I help others succeed?


A WOLVERINE STRIVES TO…

Learn about other people, places, and cultures. Recognize, support, and celebrate individuals. Participate in the community. Create a better world.


A WOLVERINE IS…

Focused. Honest. Creative. Helpful. Kind. Open-minded. Passionate.

Enrollment

Based on October 2016 Enrollment Count

African American
0%
Asian
0%
Hispanic
0%
Multi-Ethnic
0%
White
0%

25%

Students with First Language other than English

5%

Students Receiving ELL Services

11%

Students Who Qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch


Class of 2016 SAT Scores