Bellevue's all-girls Catholic school for grades five-12 features a Physics First curriculum, where students take up to six yearlong lab sciences, plus such electives as anatomy, astronomy, materials science, forensic science, and marine biology. Science internships are available. The Think Global program offers the opportunity for students and faculty to collaborate with 200 schools in the International Sacred Heart Network and other schools on projects (such as acid-rain science project and computers for Uganda). The program includes international travel opportunities. Twelfth-graders design a community service program and a senior-seminar program, where the student chooses one of three yearlong interdisciplinary courses. Students can receive college credits from the Matteo Ricci College at Seattle University. Required clubs range from film/video-editing and dance to improvisation and outdoor education. More than 60% of students participate in sports, including league volleyball, lacrosse, and basketball. The Forest Ridge Summer Program is available for both boys and girls in middle school and high school. The program focuses on academic enrichment, SAT prep, study skills, computer technology, video production, drawing and painting, drama, crafts, and sports. Students may create a course schedule that fits their needs. Tuition includes books and before- and afterschool care for middle school students. A laptop is required and is not included in the tuition price.