Alumni Profiles

Your story matters

Each of our stories is part of God's greater story. At Bellevue Christian, we are privileged to have the opportunity to share how God is working in our alumni across the world on this website (below) and on social media. Whether you're helping bring clean water to a village in a third-world country, teaching in a classroom, running a company, manufacturing or selling products or raising children, all of us have a unique narrative. 

Beyond haircuts, alumna provides hope

After graduating from beauty school, Rachel Hile, ’00, felt God calling her to a life of service to others through her new trade. In 2015, following the tragic loss of her nephew Matthew, she co-founded The Beyond Project, which shares hope through haircuts and beauty services in major cities across the country.

Alumna thrives in the arts at BCS, discovers passion for theatre props

Hannah Fenske, ’10, will never forget the first time she explored the theatre props closet at BCS. Her curiosity evolved into a high school passion project, developing her interest in prop work. At BCS, she learned that her unique gifts and faith in Christ could help her have a positive influence.

Alumna finds her niche in marketing, uses creative skills she developed at BCS

Walking into her high school English class, alumna Alanna Sadeghian (’10) recalls looking up at the board and seeing the beginning of a sentence or just a handful of words. Her teacher, Mr. Harper, regularly challenged his students to write their own short stories. His teaching helped Sadeghian to become an excellent writer and creative thinker — skills that served her well in high school and beyond.

Alumnus develops leadership skills at BCS, now taking Grand Canyon Airlines to new heights

Like many high school students, Alumnus Jacob Tomlin ('98) was a little hesitant to try new things. Starting school at Bellevue Christian halfway through his sophomore year, he had no idea what to expect. At BCS, he found Christian leaders and teachers who taught him critical thinking, wise decision making, and leadership skills, creating an excellent foundation for what God had in store for his future.

Alumna explores science and faith through classes at BCS

During her years at BCS, alumna Kyrie Anderson (maiden name Olsen, '13) developed strong relationships with her teachers and coaches. Through these relationships, she learned important lessons that shaped her in school and beyond, leading her into the medical field.

Through Senate, alumna develops a passion for seeking justice and equity

Thinking back on her years at Bellevue Christian School, alumna Hanne Sandison (née Olsen, ‘06) can see how God used the student run Senate to open her eyes to injustice around the world. He placed a spark in her heart to act, responding to the gospel by seeking justice and advocating for the oppressed.