BELLEVUE WEST HIGH SCHOOL
Location: 1501 Thurston Avenue
Grades Served: 9-12
History: In 1973 a citizens’ committee evaluated existing and future building and curricular needs for the Bellevue Public Schools. The committee recommended a building program and a fifteen million dollar bond issue to help with construction, including a new 6.3 million dollar high school, which would be the largest bond issue ever passed in Nebraska for a new high school. The new high school was completed as a single project, something that had never happened in Bellevue and opened in August 1977. The building was an innovative, functional design called an educational complex.
School Mascot: Bellevue West Thunderbirds
School Colors: Purple, Gold and White
School Purpose: Bellevue West High School strives to be a student centered, academically challenging environment which cultivates character, celebrates learning, and fosters collaboration. Together, the staff and families of the diverse Bellevue/Offutt community will develop creative, continuous learners with the skills and enthusiasm to be contributing members of a global community.
Principal: Kevin Rohlfs
- Field Lighting Replacement
- Possible Track Replacement
Anticipated Construction Start
Anticipated Construction Completion