• Tuesday, 15th
        • 9:35am, School 5K run during Nest Time for PE students
        • 5:40pm, Boys’ Basketball, JV vs Eastlake
        • 7:15pm, Boys’ Basketball, Varsity vs Eastlake
    • Wednesday, 16th
        • 5:40pm, Girls’ Basketball, JV vs Eastlake
        • 7:15pm, Girls’ Basketball, Varsity vs Eastlake
    • Thursday, 17th
        • 4pm, Boys’ Swim & Dive vs Skyline     SENIOR NIGHT
        • 7pm, Special Olympics Basketball         Entire IHS community encouraged to attend


  • DATE CHANGED for SPRING SPORTS NIGHT: Due to ISD conflict, IHS Spring Sports Night has been moved from 3/4 to 2/28 at 6:30pm.
  • BOOSTER GRANTS ~ YOUR donation dollars at work during the January Booster Club Meeting.  CLICK HERE to see all funding to date.  
      • $4000 was approved to ASB toward the purchase of a new piano in the Choir room to benefit performing arts.
  • MATCHING GIFTS for Volunteer hours -  Do you volunteer for an IHS sport or club? Some companies give Matching Gifts for volunteer hours. Click Here to see if your company provides Matching Gifts for volunteer hours.   The Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) organization, tax id# 91-1099559. If you need any information or help, please email     Thank you! 



The Issaquah School District Special Olympics Basketball team has a game on Thursday, 1/17 at 7pm at Issaquah High School.  This is a very special and fun event.  Let's get a big crowd to cheer on our team! 


Varsity (Kingco 3-3 / Overall 7-8)

IN THE NEWS:  Dietiker is a matchup nightmare for opponents 6’5” Sophomore, Charlie Dietiker

JV (Kingco 3-4 / Overall 6-7)

CTeam  (Kingco 2-3 / Overall 6-4)  

Kingco Photos for Issy Varsity games Nov 2018 – Jan 2019  / JV games during Nov 2018- Dec 2018


Varsity (Kingco 3-5 / Overall 10-5)

JV  (Kingco 4-3 / Overall 9-3)

DINE & SUPPORT:  Enjoy an awesome Mexican feast at Masa on Jan 27th and support your Issaquah Girls Basketball Program at the same time!  Just tell they you are there in support of Issaquah Girls Basketball.    A win-win!

      • Where:  Masa Mexican Kitchen & Cantina  317 NW Gillman, Issaquah
      • When:  Sunday, January 27 , starting 5 pm to closing
      • What:  Fundraiser supporting Issaquah High School Girls Basketball Teams

Kingco Photos for Issy Varsity games Nov 2018 – Jan 2019  / JV games during Nov 2018- Dec 2018


The Eagles started 2019 with an impressive 5th place out of 40 teams in the Kentridge Invitational yesterday, Saturday, January 12. Diver Robert Gref took 2nd Place, scoring a new team record and achieving an All-American Consideration score!  Swimmers Weston Crewe (fly, back), Blake Ueda (IM) and Chris Harig (IM) qualified for the state championship meet.  All eighteen team members contributed to the fantastic finish, many turning in all season best swims. (Congrats to James Adkins, Patrick Bahk, Ryan Cho, Eric Chou, Jack Githens, Adam Hansen, Kavan Hunter, Caleb Kim, Kyle Lee, William Paxton, Joshua Sun, Jonathan Trinh, Karly Yount and Owen Zablocki on a job well done!)  

Next up: SENIOR NIGHT - Meet scheduled for this Thursday, January 17, vs Skyline.   Come cheer on the team and celebrate our Seniors! 

IN THE NEWS:  Sensational sophomore swims swiftly in the pool    Sophomore, Chris Harig

BOYS’ WRESTLING  (4-0)    1st in Kingco!

Issaquah was prepared to wrestle in a Double Dual Meet on Jan. 10th at Eastlake High School against Redmond and Eastlake. Both Redmond and Issaquah went into this meet undefeated and Issaquah came out the victor.  Win 43-30. Issaquah also won over Eastlake with a final score of 48-6 and takes the lead in Kingco-way to go!!

Kingco Photos of Issq vs Bothell 12/4/18


GYMNASTICS  (3-3)    Kingco Photos  of Issq vs North Creek on 12/13/18



The Issaquah High School’s Robotics team attended FIRST’s annual game reveal at Auburn High School on January 5th. They have six weeks to build a robot to match this year’s robotics challenge: Space Games.     Wish them the best of luck!

Watch the FRC 2019 Game Reveal!

DECA                 Distributive Education Clubs of America

175 Issaquah High DECA Club students completed with over 1,000 student from around the area in the first round of Area 4 Competition at Meydenbauer Center on Friday.  They did awesome, receiving high honors and five 1st Place finishes – the most in Issaquah has ever had in this competition!

Highlights:  62 Issy students were recognized for their performance, with 36 qualifying for the State competition! 

      • Raghav Mandadi took 1st Placein Apparel and Accessories Marketing
      • Dawson Oen took 1st Placein Accounting Applications
      • Olivia Morgan and Ananya Sahoo took 1st Placein Entrepreneurship
      • Altai Yildirim took 1stPlacein Human Resources Management
      • Rohan Vaidya took 1st Placein Restaurant and Food Service Management
      • Xander Yanni, David Shen, Brendan Schaller, Sidney Cottrell, Lauren Spencer, Shami Kasireddy, Claire Nikong, Muskaan Agarwal, and Jasmine Nie all finished in the top 3 of their events.

Congrats to all the students.  Thank you to the more than 50 adult volunteers including many IHS Staff who made the event a possibility.  Extra special thanks to Kristi Hardy, Kelly Crickmore, Susan Zantello and most of all Cheryl Furey.  Click Here  for more information about DECA


200 Students recognized with Issaquah High School Pillar Awards ~  Nominated by teachers and staff, these are a way to recognize students based on achievements in and out of the classroom, not just for academics.  This year there are 200 students being recognized for their humility, trustworthiness, determination, and standing up for what they believe is right.  The students who receive these awards exhibit quiet kindness and generosity, and work hard to make progress.  The Pillar Awards recognize students in the following areas:  Integrity, Intellectual Curiosity, Leadership, Service, and Work Ethic. Thank you to the PTSA for providing a small breakfast reception after the ceremony last Wednesday in the Issaquah High School Doug Longman Theater.   Fall 2018 Pillar Award Recipients 




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  • January 17….... Special Olympics Basketball Game, 7pm
  • January 18….... MLK Assembly, during school hours
  • January 21…..   No School, MLK
  • January 22-25..  FINALS
  • January 28......   No School, Teacher work day
  • February 1…....  ASB Blood Drive
  • February 12.….  Booster Club Meeting, IHS Library at 6:30pm
  • February 18-22. Mid-Winter Break
  • February 28…..  Privilege Walk, during school hours, hosted CARE Club
  • February 28..…  Spring Parent / Player Spring Sports Night, 6:30pm
  • March 12........    Booster Club Meeting, IHS Library at 6:30pm
  • March 25-29...... TOLO Spirit Week
  • March 30........... TOLO Dance

SPONSOR:  Thank you to Don Borin with 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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