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BREADCRUMB

ORCA Card Information

All youth will be able to ride transit for free by doing one of the following:

  • Tapping your ORCA card when you board and exit
  • Showing your current high school or middle school student ID card
  • If you don’t have either, you can still ride for free

Public transit is free for riders 18 and younger thanks to Move Ahead Washington, a statewide transportation funding package.

All BSD students who were issued ORCA cards during the 2021-22 school year will have them converted to Free Youth Transit Passes, so please do not throw away your ORCA card.

When Will ORCA Cards Be Available?

ORCA cards will be available for students at each high school’s or choice school’s Taking Care of Business / Orientation Day. Every student who was issued an ORCA card from the 2021-22 school year needs to stop by the ORCA table with their ORCA card for an instructions label on how to register their ORCA card.

 

At the Schools

ORCA cards and replacement cards will be available from these ORCA managers during the school year:

  • Bellevue HS: Keri Bridgman
  • Big Picture School: Beth Orr
  • Interlake HS: Torry Gower
  • International School: Ellen Stone
  • Newport HS: Haygen Morton
  • Sammamish HS: Andrea Olsen

 Any questions regarding ORCA cards can be emailed to:  bsdmetrocard@bsd405.org