Mostly, things at Bellevue run pretty smoothly. The classes are fine, and the teachers can be a little subjective at times, but generally, the professors are awesome, and the student body is very diverse. If you work hard, the school takes an interest in you. The school has amazing academic programs, and most teachers really teach you on an above-and-beyond level. The school is really friendly. Many classes do make you work hard. Some classes revolve around projects in a group setting, which have potential to raise much conflict. You not only learn how to be a better leader, but you also learn how to resolve conflict and communicate more efficiently. There are many classes catered to helping a student achieve his or her desired career. You do well in those classes, and you will most likely do well in your future career.
Bellevue is unique in the fact that the student population is huge. In the state of Washington, it is second only to the University of Washington in student population. There are also varying age groups, from young teens to the elderly. There are many Running Start and international students that attend Bellevue, too. BC is a completely diverse school, which is what many love about it.