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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“The most striking characteristic

of gifted children

is their diversity.” 
Louise Porter, author of Gifted Young Children

Parents may notice that their toddler or preschooler seems more curious, imaginative, verbal and analytical than their age-peers, though not necessarily more academically inclined.  Young children who later qualify for gifted programs often show their high abilities in funny, messy, challenging, and delightful, “How did they ever think of that?” ways.

 

At Bellevue Discovery, we believe every child deserves an education that challenges them to live up to their full potential.  Our preschool and parent education programs are designed to support young highly capable children and their families in our community.

Who are young
gifted children?