News & Events

Bellevue Christian Hosts Christian College Fair

Bellevue Christian School is excited to host the Christian College Fair on Sept. 28, 6-8pm at the the school's Clyde Hill Campus.

This event will bring 40 admissions representatives from colleges and universities in North America to BCS, and is designed to help high school students learn about these schools, ask questions and discover their path after high school. High schoolers from around the greater Seattle area are invited to attend. Registration is required in advance for all attendees.

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Show Your Vikings Spirit with BCS Gear

Get ready for fall with BCS gear from the Spirit Store! Look for the Spirit Store stand at the Fall Carnival and Tailgate on 9/17 to see some samples and place orders. GO VIKINGS!

New Head of School Named

The Bellevue Christian School Board of Directors appointed Eric W. Rasmussen as Head of School beginning Nov. 1, 2021. Kevin Dunning, current Head of School, will remain in his duties until his retirement on Oct. 31, and will continue to support the school and Mr. Rasmussen throughout the 2021-2022 school year.

Chief Advancement Officer Blake DeYoung spoke to the Washington Post about Bellevue Christian’s approach to smartphone use and its positive impact on school culture

Christmas Concerts

Links for both the Choral and Instrumental Christmas concerts 

Theatre Overview for 20-21

COVID-19 enables us to try out some new formats in our Theatre program this school-year!  Find out which productions you can get involved with. 

Due to COVID-19, Nisqually League and CrossTown League have decided to wait to have competitive athletics, participating with other schools until late December at the earliest. Read on for what fall 2020 might look like for our student-athletes.

July Town Hall Meetings & FAQs

Bellevue Christian will host town hall meetings in July to discuss plans for Fall 2020. We have also included a list of answers to FAQs.

Schools & Race Relations in America

The issues of social justice must be raised in our classroom discussions. Most importantly, we need to make clear the message of Jesus Christ is that we love one another.