Registration Process

Step 1

Step 1: Choose a Class

If you’ve already chosen your class, move on to step 2.

If not, go to the webpage for the type of class you’re interested in (infant, toddler, art and science enrichment, co-op preschool or parent only.) Go to the schedule table at the bottom of the page and find a class based on your child’s birth date, choosing the location, days and time that work best for your family. Make a note of the item number for your choice of class.

Step 2

Step 2: Register Online!

Fill out our online registration form. (You’ll need to know the item number for your class – you can find it on the class description page or in the master schedule.) This form allows you to register both the adult who will participate in the class and the child who will participate. You will receive a confirmation email after registering. In early September, your instructor will contact you with details about orientation. (If you have questions for your instructor before then, contact them – you’ll find a link to their email address in the schedule tables at the bottom of the class description pages.)

Step 3

Step 3: Pay Registration Fees

Each quarter (approximately 11 weeks), you will make two payments. During the quarter, the college will email you a bill for the $55.23 college tuition. Your instructor will give you directions for how to pay the lab fees directly to the class you are enrolled in.


  • Openings in some classes may be limited. Families with currently-enrolled children have registration priority for all classes.
  • Class placement is based on a first come, first served basis. For best class choice, register as soon as possible.
  • If you have incurred any outstanding fees or unpaid fines at Bellevue College (parking, library, etc.), please clear them up now to avoid problems with registration. To inquire further  and/or to pay the fine, call the BC Student Financial Services office at (425) 564-2309.
  • BC Parent Education makes this information as accurate as possible at the time of publication. However, due to unforeseen changes in funding, staffing, curricula or policies, we may be required to implement changes.


BC reaffirms its policy of equal opportunity regardless of race or ethnicity; creed; color; national origin; sex; marital status; sexual orientation; age; religion; genetic information; the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability; or veteran status. For further information, please visit

Last Updated October 1, 2021