We Celebrate Diversity!

Bellevue Discovery does not discriminate on the basis of

ethnic background, family composition, gender or gender identity, nationality, physical ability, race, religion, sexual orientation or

other legally protected status in admission of qualified students, administration of educational programs, hiring and employment.

We believe diversity enriches learning and therefore seek to

promote and celebrate diversity at Bellevue Discovery.

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Mailing Address

15600 NE 8th Street, Ste. B1-747, Bellevue, WA 98008

Physical Address

15749 NE 4th Street, Bellevue, WA 98008

(on the campus of the Jewish Day School)

Contact Us:

(425) 223-5193

admissions@BellevueDiscovery.org 

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2019-2020 Bellevue Discovery

Parent Education Program

Adults only  ~  Registration required  ~  Open to the public

$10 donations welcomed to support our non-profit 501(c)3 organization

Your Child's Temperament

 

6-7pm, October 17, 2019

Register HERE

Join Bellevue Discovery’s

Head of School, Ren Cedar Fuller,

to learn about temperament:

knowing how your child

gathers energy, relates to the surrounding environment,

and processes new learning

is the first step in helping

your child thrive

on their educational journey.

Educational Philosophies

 

6-7pm, December 3, 2019

Register HERE

Join Bellevue Discovery’s

Head of School, Ren Cedar Fuller,

to learn about

educational philosophies:  understanding a school’s philosophy will help yousee beyond a label

(public school, Common Core, Montessori, faith-based, gifted)

to what your child’s learning experience would truly be.

Raising Young  Gifted Children

 

6-7pm, January 16, 2020

Register HERE

Join Bellevue Discovery’s

Head of School, Ren Cedar Fuller,

to learn about the joys and

challenges of raising young highly capable children; as Barbara Klein wrote in Raising Gifted Kids,

"You need to get the right owner's manual for parenting gifted children.  You've got a different model of child from most parents."