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Interlake High School

16245 NE 24th Street
Bellevue, WA 98008
phone: (425)456-7200
fax: (425)456-7215

Maria Frieboes-Gee, principal

Jeff Lowell, assistant principal

Terrance Mims, assistant principal

Art Kuehn, athletic director


Attendance Office, (425)456-7206
Loma Rockwell, rockwelll@bsd405.org

Lynn Semler, Office Manager

Torry Gower, Asst Principal Secretary

Registrar's Office, Jesse Brown
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Counseling Center - Student Services



Registration Information 2014-2015

New to BSD Parent/Student: follow this link
Current BSD Parent/Student: follow this link

Required Bellevue College Running Start
Information 2014-2015





An International Baccalaureate School

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program is recognized as one of the most academically rigorous, college preparatory programs in the world. This highly respected, two-year curriculum focuses on classical liberal arts and sciences. Founded in the 1960’s to serve international students, the IB Diploma Program is now available in over 1,460 schools around the world. Interlake High School is proud to offer this challenging educational program designed to prepare students for a wide variety of life options, especially success in college.

Interlake students may pursue the internationally-recognized IB Diploma by taking IB classes in six subject areas or earn IB Certificates through individual courses. The IB program is open to all interested Interlake students; individual student success is largely determined by academic motivation and active participation. For many of the classes, Advanced Placement (AP) tests may be taken in addition to the IB assessments.

For more information please visit our website for the IB Diploma Program




Gifted High School Program

The Bellevue School District Gifted High School Program (GSHP) is the final piece in the Bellevue School District 2-12 gifted program. The GHSP was formed with the intention of providing a four-year high school experience that allows students with exceptionally high academic ability to be appropriately challenged while maintaining a balanced extra-curricular life. To find out more, visit our website dedicated to the GSHP.


Important Dates:

Apr 7th-11th Spring Break
May 23rd - No School, Professional Day
May 26th - Memorial Day
May 31st - Prom
Jun 17th - Graduation, 7PM
Jun 23rd - Last Day of School (adj due to snow day)


>Emergency Closure Information, Inclement Weather Bulletin & Delayed Start School Schedules

>Advanced Placement Information, follow this link

>Senior Information: Senior Timeline, Link to Josten's: Graduation Supplies

>Learn about Tech Prep College Credits


Library Hours:

Library is open to students M/T/Th/F 7am-7:30am, M/T/TH 2:30-3:30 and during lunch.
Tutorial: M/T/Th/F 2:30-3:00