Bellevue SchoolPool

Walk, Bike and Carpool with Bellevue SchoolPool!

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About Bellevue SchoolPool

Bellevue SchoolPool is a program that encourages families and students to explore sustainable transportation options for their commute to and from school and alleviate congestion at drop-off and pick-up times and locations. 
Bellevue SchoolPool focuses on two approximately one-month long SchoolPool challenges during the school year, one in October, the National Bike Month and one from Earth Day, April 22, to Bike Everywhere Day, the third Friday of May. 
The Bellevue SchoolPool team works with Bellevue School district schools located in Bellevue to provide marketing and educational materials and to engage students in SchoolPool activities during the SchoolPool challenges. Through participation in SchoolPool, schools can also raise money for their school and earn free incentives for their students. 

How SchoolPool Works

For the 2018-2019 school year, Bellevue SchoolPool is split into two programs - one for grades K-5 and a pilot program for teens (6-12).
SchoolPool K-5 partner schools' students record their walk, bike, carpool and bus trips to and/or from school in their SchoolPool trip log calendar, which is distributed through their schools. 
Calendar K-5 Spring 2019


SchoolPool Teen partner schools' students participate in SchoolPool related activities conducted at their schools. Activities may include assemblies, presentations, contests, bike classes, etc. 

Current SchoolPool Partner Schools

Bellevue SchoolPool K-5

  • Cherry Crest Elementary
  • Enatai Elementary
  • Lake Hills Elementary
  • Puesta del Sol Elementary
  • Somerset Elementary
  • Woodridge Elementary

Bellevue SchoolPool Teen (6-12) Pilot

  • Big Picture School
  • International School

If you would like to become a Bellevue SchoolPool partner school, contact us at


Go to our interactive Routes to School map and click on your school to find a printable map of pedestrian and bicycle facilities in your school’s attendance area.

The SchoolPool team is currently working with schools to create networks. Stay tuned!
We also encourage you to try out Pogo, an easy to use smart phone app which matches you with other parents looking to carpool. 

Check out our info sheets on Walking School BusBike Train, and Carpooling.

Taking the bus is a great option, too! If you need help or information about King County Metro Transit or Sound Transit buses, contact us at

Student Project Highlight

During our 2018 Earth Day to Bike Day SchoolPool challenge, we asked students to use their creativity to share their trips to school with us. Here is a small sample of some of our favorites!


Alexandra, Grade 1




Aishwarya, Grade 4


Alex, Grade 3

Other Questions?

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