Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Information

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Offices and Housing remain open; classes are moving online. Students should check their BC email and CANVAS for class-specific instructions. We want our students, staff, and faculty to remain healthy.  More info about COVID-19 resources.

Bellevue College offers diverse programs and educational alternatives to individuals aged 16 and up, whether or not they are currently enrolled in high school. BC’s various programs give current high school students the opportunity to earn college credit, experience the collegiate environment or explore career areas while still in high school. Individuals who are not enrolled in high school can improve basic skills, work toward a GED, or pursue career training and education options.

Fall Quarter Hours

All High School Program services will continue via online

Monday through Thursday 8am to 5pm

Limited on Campus High School Programs Front Desk Services

Tuesdays and Wednesday 8am – 12pm and 1pm – 5pm (Closed from 12pm – 1pm for Lunch)

Bellevue College Service Closures and Holidays

During these days no classes and/or business operations are closed which includes email and phone.

Thursday, September 23, 2021 – Opening Day

*Note: Starting Friday, April 30, 2021 through Friday, December 31, 2021, The Center for High School Programs Office (including the Running Start Program) will be CLOSED to the public, with the exception of the following Fridays:

*Friday, September 24, 2021

*Friday, October 1, 2021

*Winter, Quarter Class Registration TBD

The Center for High School Programs is your hub for all of these high school programs.

Educational and Career Pathways:

With Achieving the Dream (ATD) in mind for our students Center for High School Programs developed these career and educational pathways. The Center for High School Programs has gathered resources and information through Bellevue College, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), Washington State Career Bridge, The Washington State Board of Education (SBE), Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC), and Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC).

Center for High School Programs Educational Resources:

Shared resources from the Center for High School Programs to help student achieve their educational goals and dreams!

Center for High School Programs Event Calendar:

Events, workshops, closures and other important information can be found on the link above (WIP) work in progress. You can also review the college’s academic calendar here for college wide closures such as holidays and other important dates.

Office Information:

  • Building: U 202
  • Mail Stop U 112
  • Offices are working remote