Ballard High School is a proud community of learners that is supported by a passionate group of parents and alumni to provide a rigorous education for all of our students. We believe strongly that engaging students in school through academies, pathways, performing arts, athletics and activities increases their learning opportunities. Simply stated, students who get involved at Ballard High School, perform better at Ballard High School.
About Our School
There are countless ways to get involved at BHS, but here is more information on some of our programs:
- Ballard Performing Arts
- Ballard Athletics
- Academies and Pathways
- Clubs and Activities
Ballard also offers a wide variety of rigorous and engaging Academic Academies/Pathways, Advanced Placement Courses, UW in the High School Courses, and CTE courses to challenge students and prepare them for college and life. See the Academics link on the left to learn more.
"Ballard High School is an inclusive, supportive community that cultivates a tradition of excellence for all students." ~adopted May, 2008
All students will develop positive relationships with adults and students at Ballard High School through academic, extracurricular, and social opportunities.
All students will receive support – academic, social, cultural – in order to take on the challenges they will face, including college, career, and other endeavors.
All students and families will join with Ballard High School to engage as partners in supporting and strengthening the school and greater community.
All students will develop individual strengths, achieve academic excellence, and be recognized for their successes.
As the oldest high school in Seattle, Ballard has a proud tradition of excellence. The Ballard High School Foundation is comprised of proud graduates of Ballard High School and our supporters.
Past projects funded by the Foundation include the Greenhouse, the Earl Kelly Performing Arts Center Sound System, the BHS Library, the Orre Nobles Art Collection, Athletic Supplies, Music Supplies and the Henry Bendele Strength Facility.
Current projects for the Foundation include an Endowment and the GAINS Project to assist struggling students.
For more information, please visit the Ballard Foundation Website or contact the Executive Director, Dick Lee at email@example.com