Our Mack Campus lies just outside the heart of Woodinville. We have highly engaging teachers, committed to providing authentic Christian learning experiences grounded in a transformational worldview with a focus on seeing and living God’s story.
The campus opened its doors in 1996. The story of how it came to be a BCS Campus is a beloved one in the Bellevue Christian community. In the early 90's, then Superintendent Chuck Pasma was driving around looking for land to build another campus when he stumbled upon the property where Mack sits now. He noticed a home near the property and knocked on the family's door. Mr. and Mrs. Mack warmly welcome Mr. Pasma in and the three began a conversation around the property. The Mack family said that the Lord had put on their hearts the idea to sell the land to a church or school and that it was God's divine appointment that led to their meeting. The Mack Campus, named after the Mack family, was built with the help of many parent volunteers on 20 acres of land. It is tucked in the woods off of 168th Place NE. It has a large playground, interactive pathway, and memorial garden. One of our students’ favorite features is the giant log teepee that extends from the floor to the ceiling of our library, creating an amazing reading area for our students.
The Mack Campus is a loving community centered around faith and educating the whole child. We offer advanced math, weekly opportunities to participate in art class, band, technology and much more. We also offer academic support for students who need help in one area or more. We hope you’ll schedule a classroom visit, come for a tour, schedule a video conference, or attend one of our upcoming open houses.