We're So Excited to Welcome You


Our Admissions Team is very excited to share the distinctive BCS experience with prospective families. Something very special happens on our campuses! Exceptional education, encouraging community, and engaging faith combine to create a unique school. We would love to share it with you! Come and get an inside look on a personal tour.




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Our Admissions Process

While our admissions process varies slightly between grade levels, there are four main admissions steps that most applicants are required to complete. 


1: Schedule a visit

We can't wait to welcome you to one of our campuses! Schedule a personal tour to meet with one of our advisors and discover BCS. 

Schedule a personal tour

2: Apply

Start your application! Our application requires two years of report cards or transcript, current and release information such as past grades, test scores, and teacher recommendations parent questionnaire, and a student questionnaire for grades 7-12. 

Apply for admission

3: Academic Review

We will review your grades, test scores, and teacher recommendations. Our Director of Student Learning may contact you with additional questions. 

4: Family Interview  

After your application is complete and our academic review is finished, the campus principal's Office Manager will contact you to schedule a family interview. 

Let us Reach Out To You

BCS has been preparing students to live faithfully for Christ for over 70 years. We serve students in grades Preschool to Grade 12 on three campuses in Woodinville, Medina and Clyde Hill. Contact our Admissions Team today to find out how we can help your student succeed academically, socially and spiritually.


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Statement of Non-Discrimination

BCS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and scholarships, and athletic and other school-administered programs