• Sunday (today)
      • Girls Basketball Fundraiser at Levitate, 4pm to closing. Tell server,  "We are here to support the Issaquah Eagles Girls Basketball teams!"  and Levitate will donate a portion of your meal's proceeds to IHS Girls Basketball
    • Monday
      • 3pm,Lip-SyncAuditions (Winter Fest Activity)
    • Wednesday
      • 8am,Lip-SyncRehearsal  (performance, 6:30pm on 12/18)
    • Tuesday
      • 7pm,Candlelight Choir Concert
      • 7pm, Varsity Wrestlingvs Newport
    • Wednesday
      • 7pm,Winter Band Concert
    • Thursday     
      • School DayWinter Fest Candy Grams& JCC Gingerbread
      • 4pm,Boys Swimvs Sammamish (Boehm)
      • 7pm,Gymnasticsvs Mercer Island
      • 7pm, C-Team Boys Basketballvs Eastlake
    • Friday
      • School Day: Winter Fest Candy Grams
      • 3:30pm,JV Girls Basketballvs Eastlake
      • 5pm,JV Boys Basketballvs Eastlake
      • 6:30pmVarsity Girls Basketballvs Eastlake
      • 8pm,Varsity Boys Basketballvs Eastlake
    • Saturday
      • 5:30pm,JV Boys Basketballvs Kentwood
      • 6pm,Varsity Boys Basketballvs Kentwood


Fall Tutta Bella Scholar Athlete Winners announced~  Join us in congratulating these outstanding athletes who each embody leadership and success both athletically and academically.   Click Here to see write-ups and pictures on each of these amazing athletes.  

      • Allen Aby ~ Boys Cross Country
      • Ryan Barrett ~ Boys Golf
      • Alyssa Helgesen ~ Girls Swim & Dive
      • Claire Hyun ~ Volleyball
      • Richard Jia ~ Boys Tennis
      • Jack Porter ~ Football
      • Katie Riley ~ Girls Cross Country
      • Katie Sanders ~ Girls Soccer

Holiday Booster Meeting:  You are invited to the Booster Club meeting this Tuesday, 6:30pm at Masa Mexican Kitchen.  Click Here to find meeting Agenda with. Board voting on two Grant requests; ASB Club Fee Scholarships & Boys Basketball.  Reply if you can join us so we will be sure to save you a seat.  

Matching?  Have You Matched Your Booster Club Membership Fee/Donation?  If you work for a company that matches donations, you are able to request a match for your Booster Club Membership Fee/Donation. We would appreciate it if you could make a note to do that before the end of the year. We are a 501(c)(3) organization, tax id#91-1099559. If you need any information or help, please email Thank you! 


  • Tuesday Night - 7pm, Candlelight Choir Concert
  • Wednesday – 7pm, Winter Band Concert

Is your student in a club?  Let us know what is going on she we can share their updates and highlights.  



Great job to the Boys Swim & Dive team for their awesome win over Newport last Monday, 95-90!  The Eagles had many highlights including:

    • State qualifying 200 Medley Relay team of Weston Crewe, Chris Harig, Chris Leu and William Paxton
    • State qualifying individual in the 200 free and 100 fly is Chris Leu
    • A dominating dive team with freshman Robert Gref leading the way
    • Winning 400 free relay team of Weston Crewe, Adam Hansen, Karl Yount and Chris Leu
    • Winning individual events of 200 IM - Blake Ueda, 500 free - Adam Hansen, 100 back - Weston Crewe and 100 breast - Chris Harig
    • Top 3 finishes by divers Jacob Hansen and Caleb Kim; swimmers Chris Harig, Owen Zablocki, William Paxton and Weston Crewe; 200 free relay team of C. Harig, O. Zablocki, W. Paxton and A. Hansen

Next Up: Thursday (12/13) 3:30pm vs Sammamish HS @ HOME (Boehm Pool)  The boys’ KingCo and District teams are growing larger! Come cheer on the team!


Varsity (2-3):  Week two lost to Woodinville, 53-70, but rival Skyline, 81-64.

At Woodinville: Things started out quickly for Issaquah – Jonathan Lo launched a fast-paced game with 11 points to Woodinville’s 2 points before things settled into an evenly-matched game.  Woodinville pecked away at the Issy lead until the second half when the Eagles went cold.  Only 2 field goals fell in the 3rdquarter, giving Woodinville an edge in the game. POINTS:  Jonathan Lo: 23 (w/ 5 three-pointers), Charlie Dietiker:16,  Timmy Crandall: 8.    Loss 53-70  

At Skyline:  The Eagles came out strong, then continued to dominate their cross-town rivals in this 17 point win.  Issaquah showed a typical perimeter game, but incorporated a strong inside game, led by Charlie Dietiker and Asa Taylor.  Skyline was in foul trouble, early in the first half because of this accumulating over 10 fouls.  2ndHalf ~ the Eagles were hot with 46 pt. spread out among six different players, each of whom had 5+ pts.  Skyline simply couldn’t catch a very hot Issaquah team.  POINTS: Asa Taylor: 20 (inside & outside), Timmy Crandall showed his prowess in driving the lane, and dishing the ball to whomever popped open – multiple assists along with 13 pts (several from three-point range), Charlie Dietiker: 10 pts, Jameson Pastor: 6 pts.    Win 81-64.

JV (2-3): Week two Win on Woodinville, 58-47, Loss to rival Skyline, 59-62 (lost in overtime).

At Woodinville.  Issy dominated play against Woodinville, led by the hot hand of Tommy Resner (8 points in Q1).  The boys kept the ball into the paint found open shots along the perimeter, while Woodinville tried both man-to-man and zone defense.  An early lead kept Woodinville playing catch-up.  Issaquah scored 7 three-pointers which spread out the opponent defense.  POINTS: Tommy Reisner (playing 3 quarters JV and 1 quarter Varsity): 13,  Mason Muir: 11,  Adam Liske: 10 (mostly inside), Rowan (playing 3 quarters): 9.    Win 58-47

At Skyline:  Issy led the entire game until mid-way through the 4Q when the game shifted in Skyline’s favor.  Issaquah lost by 3, with a tremendous effort to take it into overtime that ended in a turnover.  Issy led by 7 at the end of 3Q.  Momentum by Skyline caught Issy by surprise, as they tightened up, offensively, and gave up multiple fouls in the 4Q.  Even scoring throughout the team is always welcome, but wasn’t quite enough to keep Skyline quiet.  POINTS: Rowan Dillon: 11, Evan Roorda: 10, Adam Liske: 10, highly-energized Tommy Reisner: 7, Zach Eastern provided perimeter threat: 6.    Loss 59-62

Next Up: Friday (12/14) @ Eastlake HS (JV at 5:00pm, Varsity at 8:00pm) 


Great job to the Issaquah Wrestlers who took 4th place out of 22 teams at the Battle at the Border Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturday in Blaine, WA!  Awesome job.    

Individual placers include:

1stplace: Carson Tanner @ 126 lbs.
3rdplace: Caulin Saper @ 152 lbs. and Cory Kawaguchi @ 182 lbs.
4thplace: Rahul Menon @ 113 lbs. and Nathan Assistin @ 132 lbs.
5thplace: Nick Hunter @ 106 lbs.

The Eagles also participated in a dual meet on Thursday (Issaquah 82, Inglemoor 0) and on Tuesday (Issaquah 72, Bothell 12). Keep up the hard work boys!

Next Up:  Tuesday (12/11) 6:00pm vs Newport @ HOME


Spring 2019 Early Registration is open until Feb 1, 2019.  A $50 late fee will be applied beginning Feb 1, 2019. Registration closes on February 15, 2019. Register now to avoid the higher fees!  

  Click Here for more information and to register for JV and Varsity.

GIRLS BASKETBALL          Fundraiser (Today)

TODAY:  Please join us for an IHS Girls Basketball Fundraiser TODAY, December 9th! at Levitate Gastropub; 185 Front Street N,     4pm to close (JV and Varsity teams will gather from 5pm - 7pm)  Levitate will generously donate a portion of all proceeds to the IHS Girls Basketball Program. Please tell your server, "We are here to support the Issaquah Eagles Girls Basketball teams!"  

Support Girls Basketball and let Levitate handle dinner this Sunday!  Hope to see you there!

FOOTBALL      Fundraiser

No Glassybaby collection is complete without our custom Issaquah football designs, both with a football or Issaquah "I". See beautiful pictures and shop now at Quantities are limited.

~ ASB 

Monday starts Winter Fest at Issaquah High!

Student Winter Fest wishes are still being accepted until 12/14 during Nest and Lunch times.  Starting 12/10 those Winter Wishes will be hung on the Winter Fest Tree in the main office.  Once the wishes are on the tree, staff and students alike can stop by the office and find a wish they are interested in and grant it for a fellow IHS staff or student.  The Winter Fest Tree will be in the main office from 12/10 to 12/19, if any community members wish to participate in the granting of wishes they are more than welcome to do so.  Granted wishes can be turned into the main office prior to 12/19.  Thank you to all in advance for helping to keep the school in high spirits as we wind down the 2018 year.  



    • Issaquah Holiday Ornament $10!   CLICK HERE  for more information.  
    • Sign up for Amazon Smile at:  Enter Issaquah High School Booster Club as your charity to support.
    • View/Buy IHS logowear online, anytime by visiting the Booster Club website. Superior Seconds in Downtown Issaquah sells a small selection of our Issaquah Logo Gear as a courtesy to the community. Please pay for Logo Gear with cash or checks while shopping at their store.


Booster Crew needs for clubs and some winter teams: 

The Booster Club is still looking for Booster Crew parents for some of the Winter Sports teams. and most of the Clubs.  Help us stay informed and celebrate your student’s team or club's highlights and successes.  

    • We still need designated Booster Crew parents for: Gymnastics, Boys Basketball (all teams), Girls Basketball (all teams)
    • Updates on results, successes, highlight so we can share in the celebration.  Pictures of our students doing what they love so we can see the action and make connections. It all takes you! 
    • Click Here to see the Booster Crew list and easy guidelines


THANK YOU to Stop Action Photography for taking amazing pictures of our Eagles and then giving 20% IHS proceeds back to the IHS Booster Club.  Contact Don Borin if you would like pictures taken at your next event. 

Thank you Donors!

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