2009-10: Jake Bischoff competed for the Grand Rapids Bantam A squad that advanced to the Minnesota State Tournament.
2010-11: Bischoff skated in 27 games for Minnesota's Grand Rapids HS as a sophomore. He scored 5 goals with 24 assists and was plus-25 with 14 penalty minutes. After finishing under .500 in 2009-10, the Thunderhawks reached the Section 7AA finals, falling to perennial state power Duluth East, 2-1, in overtime.
2011-12: Bischoff played for Team North in the Upper Midwest Elite League prior to his junior season at Grand Rapids and made his USHL debut with the Omaha Lancers after the Thunderhawks were shocked by Forest Lake, 3-2, in the Section 7AA playoffs. He scored 4 goals with 7 assists and had 4 penalty minutes in 21 games for Team North. He scored 11 goals with 29 assists and was an even plus/minus with 17 penalty minutes for Grand Rapids. Prior to the sectional loss, the Thunderhawks had won 9 of 10 games and had defeated Forest Lake, 6-0, at the beginning of the season. Bischoff skated in 10 games for the Lancers and was an even plus/minus with 1 assist and two penalty minutes. He committed to playing college hockey at the University of Minnesota in 2014-15. Ranked 147th in Central Scouting's final rankings prior to the 2012 NHL Draft, he was selected by the Islanders in the seventh round (185th overall).
2012-13: Bischoff played 12 USHL games with Omaha, returning from an early season injury to receive Minnesota high school hockey's Reed Larson award as the state's top defensemen as a senior, before finishing the year with the Lancers. He played in one game with the Omaha in the fall before the injury and returned following his senior season at Grand Rapids. Bischoff was -6 with 2 assists for Omaha. After missing the first nine games of the high school season, he scored 8 goals with 17 assists in 19 games for Grand Rapids. The Thunderhawks reached the Section 7AA finals against Duluth East before falling 4-3.
Bischoff is in his freshman year at the University of Minnesota, and is likely to spend the full four years at that school before turning pro.