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COUNSELING OFFICE HOURS: staff is working remotely as students participate in online classes; contact office staff by email

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RECENTLY UPDATED: Course Selection for next Fall!

Appointments:

  • Students are able to access counselors for individual appointments during this remote time! As a reminder we meet with students for a variety of reasons including anxiety, depression, frustrations with friends, family challenges, career exploration, college support, class planning, and more. Please email your counselor and they will help set up a time to meet with you virtually or over the phone.

  • NEST - Counselors will have weekly drop ins on Friday's during NEST (1:30-2:50 pm); ZOOM links can be found in Canvas. Some weeks will be for general topics, others will be specific to certain grade levels and activities.

Frequently Requested Links:

Seniors:

  • College Application Facts frequently requested:

    • Senior class size: 556

    • Graduation date: June 11th, 2021

    • Issaquah School District/Issaquah High School does not rank

    • IHS School Code: 480500

    • Counselor Recommendation info for applications; here

  • NCAA Students: It is the responsibility of the student athlete to be sure to take care of all tasks required by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Please visit their website directly for more information.

  • Here are some helpful resources from the Washington Student Achievement Council about the transition from HS to post HS:

Juniors:

  • The Junior Milestones: Please see the link for helpful tips and websites on navigating junior year. You should also use the document to access your High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) assignments for 11th grade. If you are new to IHS this year, please start with the 9th grade assignments and move your way forward through the quick assignments for both years. The HSBP plan due date is December 1st.

  • World Language Exam information for students interested in testing for credits is now available here.

  • NCAA Students: It is the responsibility of the student athlete to be sure to take care of all tasks required by the NCAA Eligibility Center. Please visit their website directly for more information.

  • Thinking about taking the SAT or the ACT? Wanting to know more? Below is a presentation full of information on types of questions, benefits of taking the exams, how to know if a college requires them, and so much more. Feel free to click through the presentation at your leisure!

    • Presentation - also posted in Canvas for 11th graders (Virtual Commons/IHS Counseling/11)

    • Consider registering now for an official attempt on either the SAT or ACT - spring of Junior year is a perfect target time. IHS has a school code to use during registration - 480500

    • ACT and SAT have COVID-19 related information on their websites. Use the links provided.

Sophomores:

  • We want to give you some support in planning for your future and navigating the second year of high school:

    • The Sophomore Milestones document here will provide helpful tips and websites.

    • You can also use this document to access your High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) assignments for grade 10. If you are new to IHS this year, please start with grade 9 assignments and work your way up. HSBP due date is December 1st. For more information visit the IHS College and Career Center website.

  • For your future planning- curious about what the difference is between SAT and ACT - watch this!

  • World Language Exam information for students interested in testing for credits is now available here.

Freshmen:

  • Welcome to High School!

  • Consider joining a club or interest group! This can be the best way to feel connected to IHS and a way to make new friends! A full list of after school activities can be found here.

  • World Language Exam information for students interested in testing for credits is now available here.

New to IHS (transfer students):

  • We are so happy you have joined us!!!

  • World Language Exam information for students interested in testing for credits is now available here.