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PSAT is Wednesday, October 16th @ 9:55am! Issaquah School District will administer the PSAT to all sophomores & juniors, as a part of the official school day
(see schedule here) . Room assignments are posted in the Commons and in the 2100 hallway, so students should plan ahead and be in their assigned classroom ready to test by 9:55am sharp.
How does my student sign up for the PSAT? If your student still needs to register, there are two payment methods. You can click “Pay Online” (
https://web.issaquah.wednet.edu/touchbase/login-form.aspx) on the IHS website, pay $14 for the PSAT and print your receipt, or bring a $14 check made out to Issaquah High School to the ASB Bookkeeper. Bring the receipt to Counseling (2102) to pick up a study guide. The Issaquah Schools Foundation is providing scholarships for those students with financial need. If you are in need of financial assistance for the PSAT, please let your counselor know.
For more information about the PSAT -
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What will my Freshman &/or Senior student do on Wednesday October 12th? All 9th graders will participate in a Freshman activity from 9:55 – 12:55. All students will have lunch from 12:55-1:40pm, and should report to their 6th period class for 1:45 -2:46pm. Seniors should spend their morning at home working on their Culminating Projects, college applications, homework assignments, or another school-related activity. The Library will be available for seniors without transportation, and the Career Center will be open for assistance with college application questions.
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The Issaquah School District provides equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin/language, creed/religion, sex, sexual orientation-including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, age, marital status, honorably discharged veteran or military status and HIV/Hepatitis C status, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.