Highland Community Center is a trusted provider of recreation services and programs for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities. Bellevue's Adaptive Recreation Program provides people with disabilities with opportunities for recreation, socialization and learning so they can participate more successfully in the life of our community. People living with disabilities are encouraged to participate in any of the recreation division programs in which they are interested.
Volunteers are an important part of Highland Community Center. If you are interested in being a volunteer, contact Mary Boyle at 425-452-7686 or by email.
- Soapstone Art Summer Camp (ages 6-12) - campers will have fun learning about geology, animal habitats, and nature all while creating their own animal figurine out of soap stone. After creating the soap stone figurine, campers will make habitat homes for their new animals to live in.
- French Summer Camp (students in 1st through 5th grades) - Journey into the French language and culture through immersion classes, arts and crafts, songs and games, indoor/outdoor activities, cooking, and baking.
- Spanish Immersion Summer Camp (students in 1st through 5th grades) - Through interactive activities run by native-speaking Spanish instructor, students will learn or improve conversational and comprehension skills, expand or learn new vocabulary and be introduced to language structures. The learning objectives are specific to each age and level. Camp will include language immersion classes, arts and crafts, songs and music, dance and games, outdoor activities, cooking and baking.