IHS Clubs and Activities

ASB Advisor:  Kurtis Evans

Associated Student Body "ASB"
All clubs, activities, and sports at Issaquah High School fall under the ASB.  One of the capabilities of the Issaquah High School ASB (All Student Body) is it provides basic funding for all extra-curricular activities at Issaquah High School. 
ASB funding comes from the sale of student ASB cards, fundraising, and donations. Grant requests can be made to the ASB for additional program needs.  All ASB funding requests (including Booster Club requests) for IHS clubs, activities, and sports must go through an approval process that starts with ASB, then if needed, proceeds to the Booster Club.     
ASB Activity Coordinator, Kurtis Evans, has an open-door policy and is always willing to discuss ASB and answer questions.  Contact Kurtis if you have any of the questions below:
    • Is your student is interested in starting a new club?
    • Looking for a list of all clubs and activities, with advisors?
    • Interest in requesting funding from ASB? 



Clubs and Activities Overview
Issaquah High School has a rich culture of student clubs and activities that engage a diverse mix of students in a variety of ways. These include groups based on unique student interests, recreation, art, relationships, community service, STEM, music, theater, and much more. More than 95% of Issaquah High School students feel that these groups provide chances for involvement in school activities, and most students participate in at least one group throughout their high school experience (Healthy Youth Survey, 2012).
Clubs & activities are primarily student-run and facilitated. While activities have staff advisors who lead and support groups of student officers and other group members, most clubs are entirely student-led.  Additionally, clubs oftentimes rely on volunteer staff advisors who supervise meetings and support students in pursuing club objectives. Several activities also have a curricular component where the group meets for a period during the school day in addition to their extracurricular meetings. Therefore, activities often require applications, auditions, interviews, or tryouts for placement into a group/team/class. Clubs, on the other hand, are open to all students.
For more information please download the "Clubs Handbook".


Booster Club support Clubs & Activities

Booster Club accepts grant requests from any club, sport, or activity associated with Issaquah High School students.  
    • Any Booster Club donor/member is welcome to make designated donations to any club, activity, or sport at Issaquah High School.  
    • Donors must be general Booster Club members to donate to any designated program. Membership allows Booster Club to ensure support of grant requests from any extracurricular activity at Issaquah High School.  
    • The club, sport or activity must have an approved Booster Club budget in order to receive designated donations.
    • CLICK HERE to make a designated donation.  


Booster supports Non-Sanctioned activities/clubs

There are no limitations in the bylaws that prevent the Booster Club from considering grant requests, scholarships or honoring Issaquah High School athletes of non-sectioned sports or activities.  The following things would be taken into consideration when looking at these applicants/applications: 
    • If the team, club, or activity is made entirely of full-time Issaquah High School students.
    • If an Issaquah School District employee leads the activity, sport, or club, even if not being paid by the Issaquah School District for such activity.
    • If the funding requests and scholarship applications are endorsed by the lead Issaquah High School coach or advisor.
    • The program can show the families are current donors and support Issaquah High School Booster Club.  A request of the percentage of the program that is members may be requested.