From business school in Seattle to discipleship training in Germany, alumnus Jeffrey Peterson ('14) has come full circle in his faith and newfound passion helping serve the homeless community. Through teachers at BCS who affirmed his potential, he went on to use his leadership skills to serve others.
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Times may change, but we always remember the people who had an impact on our lives. Fran August is a retired BCS bus driver, alumni parent and a beloved member of the BCS community.
Throughout his life, Byron Byrne (’64) has seen God’s hand at work. From his formative years at Bellevue Christian School to his career as a first responder, Bryon is leaving a legacy of service to others.
As a BCS student, it seemed like Jeremy Bohnett (’08) was at the top of his game as a star athlete. In reality, he struggled with addiction. With support from the BCS community, he discovered a path to recovery.
Many people shrink from the pressure of the spotlight, but alumna Andrea Overturf (‘01) embraces it. As a professional oboist and English horn player with the San Diego Symphony, she can trace her success as a musician back to her early years at BCS.
After moving to Washington, the Katzenbergers were captivated by the Bellevue Christian School motto: “Learning to think through life.” At BCS, they discovered a place that develops students as whole people and excellent critical thinkers.
For alumna Nicole Zasowski (‘05), Bellevue Christian School was a great place to grow up – emotionally, physically and spiritually. When facing a cross country move, she drew on her experiences at BCS to move forward with resiliency.
In junior high at BCS, alumna Lucy Rash (’19) didn’t see herself as a “science student”. Through the support of her BCS teachers, her self-perception began to change.
Alumnus' candle company bringing relaxation during stay-at-home order
Alumnus and ER doctor on the front lines of COVID-19
Alumnus pastor shares message of hope during COVID-19 pandemic
Alumna inspires children through art.