Education

Educational Grants

Bellevue LifeSpring provides need-based scholarships for students seeking higher education. Awards start at $2,000.

The student must reside within the Bellevue School District and must enroll at a public college, university, or vocational/technical school in Washington. To be eligible for second, third, and fourth-year scholarships, students must have received a first-year scholarship.

Stay tuned for the program details for the 2023-2024 academic year.

 


Grads-On-Track™

High school students living in Bellevue and attending school in the Bellevue School District can receive a need-based scholarship through Grads-On-Track™ to help cover summer school fees for credit retrieval courses.

Priority is given to students who qualify for the free and reduced-price lunch program.

Parents are responsible for any remaining balance due.

Students can apply for this program through the Bellevue School District. Return the completed form to the student’s school counselor or Family Connections Center.

Scholarships will be awarded until funds are depleted.