Effective Monday, April 26, we will be welcoming 100% of our students back to campus daily for in-person learning. We will also continue to support students who choose to remain remote. Learn more on our Reopening Page.
Our 8th Grade HOTSPOT is the hub for providing you varied virtual experiences and information on admissions, until we can have you join us on campus. Join our Mailing List!
For the 2020-21 school year, BBHS awarded approx. $2.8 million in tuition assistance and scholarships to families with incomes ranging from $10,000/year to $200,000/year.
Over 48% of our families receive some level of aid.
Our small classes make for engaged students and dynamic learning environments.
College Visits to BBHS Each Year
Starting your freshman year, you will have access to a range of college counseling services designed to help you gain admission to the best college for you.
Hours of Annual Community Service
All students complete a minimum of 80 hours of community service during their four years at BBHS.
Advanced Placement & Honors Courses
With our extensive offering of honors and AP courses, college-level work begins before ever setting foot on a university campus. Honors courses are available beginning in 9th grade. AP courses are available beginning in 10th grade.
Athletic Teams in 22 Sports
More than half of the student body participates in at least one sport each year. Two no-cut sports available per season.
It's important that students have the opportunity to thrive beyond the classroom. At BBHS, you can choose from an extensive offering of clubs and activities ranging from Hiking Club, Coding Club, Improv Team, Dance Team, Diversity Club, Cheer Squad, Bowling Team, Ski Club, Asian Pacific Islander Club, Bee Club and more!
Graduates who continue on to college
Each year, our grads are accepted into some of the most selective colleges and universities in the country. Please click here for the most recent comprehensive list.
Join us for this in-person, socially distanced event! Our third annual MAC FUN is scheduled for Friday, May 21 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Quad! Guaranteed to be a special night of community, connection and food - with a screening of Moana under the big tent and prizes too! All BBHS families are invited and welcome! Register today!
The box office is now open! The BBHS Drama Department is proud to present our spring musical, produced as a movie: Some Enchanted Evening, the Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Preorder your tickets today from Broadway on Demand to watch the movie this Memorial Day Weekend!
Mental health matters! May is national Mental Health Month. In addition to helping stop the stigma regarding mental health, we encourage all in our community to invest in their mental health. If you need help, please ask, or seek out, a trusted friend or adult. We are in this together, let's be there for each other!
Join BBHS student leaders from the Latinx Student Union, Diversity Club and Legacy Council for a night
of culinary exploration and conversation! April 30, 5:00-6: 15 p.m. This free event is open to ALL BBHS families. Register by April 26 - a zoom link will be sent, in advance of the event, to all registrants.
Welcoming high schoolers to our community and into our homes; these Brave international students join us from countries around the globe including: Chile, China, Germany, Italy, Korea, Spain Taiwan and Vietnam! Learn more about the BBHS International Program and about becoming a Home Stay family!
The results are in...Congratulations to all the participants in our first annual BBHS STEM event, which this year was a Pinewood Derby! Put on by the BBHS Robotics Team, the Bravebots, 86 middle schoolers and high schoolers designed and engineered their cars for the competition in late January. Click here for the highlight reel. Read on for the list of award winners.
Happy Lunar New Year to all BBHS families who celebrate this special holiday season, which begins on February 12! In addition to some of our local families, many of our BBHS international families will be celebrating this year from China, Taiwan and Vietnam. The Lunar New Year is celebrated differently throughout Asia. Learn about what Lunar New Year looks like in Seattle and all around the world by clicking here. Sending best wishes of good health and prosperity to all for this new year!
Located in Seattle, Washington, Bishop Blanchet High School is a private, coed Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging college preparatory academic program, campus ministry, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.