Free After School Tutoring is available from IHS staff in the subjects of Math, Science, and Spanish.Math: M/Th 2:30-4pm - Location VariesScience: 2:30-4pm, Mon in Room 1205 and Thurs in Room 1305World Language: M/Th 2:30-3:30pm <Room 2208>
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Invest in the future. Train to be an Issaquah school bus driver. Part time, positions available.
CONTACT:Laurie MulvihillSafety Training Coordinator425-837-6338
In order to maintain security and confidentiality some sites (or portions of sites) in Connect require that you sign-in to Connect and then request access to the site. Connect automatically creates an account for each student registered to Issaquah High School and each parent/guardian with a valid e-mail address in Family Access. If you are having difficulty signing-in to your connect account the Issaquah School District provides two documents, one that contains guidance for parents who wish to sign-in to connect and one that provides guidance for students that need to sign-in to Connect.
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Mission: Issaquah High School prepares students to fly when they leave the nest by inspiring students to reach their full potential and become lifelong learners who positively impact the world and community in which they live.
If you have a student at Issaquah High who is in need of a bit of help with school supplies or groceries, and you qualify for financial scholarships, the PTSA offers their Angel Program to help. There is a new form that needs to be filled out first, so we ask that you pay a visit to the Counselors' Office on the second floor and grab a Scholarship Eligibility Application. For further questions, please contact the school the attendance secretary, Lisa Hollingsworth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 425-837-6012. This form must be turned into the Attendace Office first in order to be considered for basic emergency financial assistance. To ensure confidentiality please return forms in a sealed envelope marked 'Attendance'. All dealings with the PTSA Angel Program will be held in the strictest of confidence.
If you missed picture day, retakes will take place on Thursday October 6th during both lunches in the commons
Issaquah High School has dedicated Wednesday, October 19th to administer the PSAT to our sophomores & juniors, as a part of the official school day. The test will begin at 9:55am, normal Wednesday start time, and will run for approximately three hours. Students will not miss classes as the school bell schedule will be adjusted.
Please pay the $15 fee for the PSAT as soon as possible. If you have not already paid this fee, you can do so by clicking on “Pay Online” https://web.issaquah.wednet.edu/touchbase/ or by paying the ASB Bookkeeper directly. The Issaquah Schools Foundation will provide scholarships for students with financial need. If you need financial assistance for the PSAT, please let your counselor know.
What will my Freshman/Senior student do on Wednesday October 19th?
Freshman will participate in activities during the PSAT time frame, including completing required steps of the High School & Beyond program. Seniors have the opportunity to spend their morning at home working on their High School and Beyond Plan, college applications, homework assignments, or another school-related activity
Further details about PSAT Day for all grade levels will be provided as testing day approaches.
In October 2016, Issaquah 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders will take the State's Healthy Youth Survey — the eighth time Issaquah School District has been involved in the state-wide data collection effort.
The biennial Healthy Youth Survey is a joint effort between the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Department of Health, Department of Social Health Service's Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse, the Community Trade and Economic Development, and the Family Policy Council.
Many Washington school districts, like Issaquah, voluntarily administer the anonymous survey to sixth, eighth, 10th, and 12th-grade students in October. Questions focus on risky behaviors as well as school experience, safety and violence, physical activity and diet, and emotional wellbeing.
Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students’ answers are anonymous.
Please read the Parent and Student Notification flyer for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey.
Issaquah High School’s survey coordinator is Karen Maguigad, Dean of Students. Her email is email@example.com and her phone number is 425-837-6011. Contact her with any questions or concerns you have. Parents may review a copy of the survey; just come by the office to view the copy there.
If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity at Issaquah High School, please use the following link for more information and required forms.