Middle schoolers, it is not too soon to start thinking about high school and your future. While 2020 has been an unexpected year in many ways, even a pandemic cannot diminish the Brave spirit! We are committed to community, learning, faith, service, resilience, creativity, leadership and balance - whether on campus or remote. Our students thrive: in high school, in college and beyond.
Our 8th Grade HOTSPOT will be our hub for providing you varied virtual experiences until we can have you join us on campus and a space to meet our Brave Ambassadors, check out their videos! We are committed to having you get to know us, our campus and our students.
Be True. Be Kind. Be BRAVE!
Did you know on average over 46% of our families receive some level of financial assistance to attend? That is over $2.8 million dollars awarded last year alone! Our Finance and Accessibility Committees are committed to ensuring that families that want a BBHS education for their students are able to attend.
In conjunction with our growing endowments, generous donors, fiscal responsibility and partnership with the Fulcrum Foundation, we are able to ensure broad socio-economic diversity in our student body. That diversity is just one of the many ways we seek to be a community of inclusion. Please visit the tuition assistance pages of our website for more details and to apply.
Digital Distance Learning
Bishop Blanchet is currently in the remote teaching model, utilizing our robust Digital Distance Learning Plan, due to the guidance, scientific data and recommendations from state and local officials. We are committed to continue providing synchronous, uninterrupted, high quality learning and growth opportunities for our students - regardless of their location.
We are prepared to move between hybrid, traditional and remote teaching scenarios throughout the year, as needed, with guidance from the State Superintendent and the Governor's directives and requirements.
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Financial Aid Given
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 46% 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.
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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.