Parking, Drop-off, and Pick-up

On Campus Student Parking

On campus parking is available for juniors and seniors (sophomores may apply as they receive their driver's licenses). All students who wish to drive to school must first properly register their vehicles by submitting the Student Parking Application along with all documentation and paying student parking fee online. A parking spot (or lot) will be assigned. Parking applications/fees are required even if the student will be parking in the gravel lot by the Farmhouse. For further details, log in on MyBC/Parents to see the Family Handbook.

Parent Parking

The majority of the front parking lot at the Redmond Campus Main building is reserved for parent and guest parking. During morning drop-off there is additional parking available behind the Main building. Parents may also park in the gravel lot by the Farmhouse. There is limited guest parking at the Upper School. There is ample parent/guest parking at Valley Campus. See campus maps below.

Drop-off and Pick-up

Main Building

Drop-off begins at 7:45 a.m. for pre-care. Enter the building through doors marked 1, 3, and 4. Kindergartners may also enter through door 6. Between 8:40 a.m. –  2:55 p.m., all must sign in at door 1 (main entrance).

Redmond Campus Main Building Morning Drop-off Routes


Pick-up begins at 2:55 p.m. for grades 5 – 8 at door 8 and 3:40 p.m. for grades K – 4 at door 6.

Redmond Campus Main Building Afternoon Pick-up Routes


Upper School

Upper School Drop-off Map

Valley Campus

In the morning, parents park and walk their children to class to sign them in. At the end of class, parents park and pick up their children at the main gate or outside their classrooms.

Valley Campus Drop-off and Pick-up Routes



Current Bear Creek families interested in forming a carpool with other Bear Creek families, may access our school directory.

  1. Log in on MyBC/Parents, then select My Parent Portal. 
  2. The Parent Portal will open in a new tab. Select the School Directories button (or Directories at the top of the page).
  3. Look at Nearby Student Households to see a list of Bear Creek families who live close to you with contact information and grade levels of children in each family. Given the unique nature of each family’s transportation needs, we encourage you to contact other families and design a plan that is most convenient for you.