Grades: Preschool – grade 12
School Type: Independent, classical, Christian, college preparatory, co-educational day school, preschool – grade 12.
Enrollment: 840 students in 2019 – 2020
91 Preschool (preschool and prekindergarten)
266 Lower School (grades K – 4)
114 Early Middle School (grades 5 – 6)
128 Middle School (grades 7 – 8)
241 Upper School (grades 9 – 12)
International Students: Bear Creek accepts international students to all grades; however, we only issue Form I-20 to non-immigrant students on F-1 visas who have been accepted and are enrolled in grades 9 and above.
Faculty: Total faculty preschool – grade 12
Student-to-teacher ratio: 8 to 1. Typical class size is 18.
Campuses: Two locations in Redmond, Washington. Redmond Campus houses grades K – 12 classes in two buildings: Upper School (9 – 12) and Main building (K – 8). Valley Campus, also in Redmond, houses preschool and prekindergarten classes.
Transportation: Bus service, carpooling, and student parking
President and Headmaster
B.A. University of Georgia
M.A. Literature, University of Memphis
Vice President for Academic Affairs
B.S. Elementary Education, Oregon State University
M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction, Lesley University
Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS)
Cognia (formerly AdvancED)
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
Washington Federation of Independent Schools (WFIS)
Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS)
The Bear Creek School defines diversity, equity, and inclusion through the lens of faith—that God is the author and originator of all things, including humans, the crown of his creation, made in his image. As an image-bearer of God, each person contains value and significance, and thus, should be valued for his or her uniqueness, treated with equity and respect, and invited to participate in every aspect of the life of the school.