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Our mission is to provide all students with the opportunity to gain the attitude, knowledge, and skills for academic, career and personal development in a safe, supportive environment. Our comprehensive school counseling program will educate and empower a collaborative community of learners to achieve academic success and prepare to meet the challenges in our ever-changing global community.

COUNSELING OFFICE HOURS: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 7:40 am - 3:20 pm  ~  Wed: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm                                                                                                      

Frequently Requested Links:  

Counseling Newsletters:   Fall Update


Seniors:

  • Senior Information page: reminder of important dates/details for senior year. 
  • Tech Test - new test dates have been added. Check here for details.
  • For College Applications: Senior class size XXX and Issaquah High School's CEEB code is 480500
  • Consider registering now for fall SAT & ACT - these are typically the last dates accepted for college applications.
  • High School and Beyond Plan - Senior year information updated soon.
  • Transcripts for NCAA: It is the responsibility of the student athlete to be sure to take care of all tasks required by the NCAA Eligibility Center as you enter into your senior year. Please visit their website directly to do so. 

Juniors:  (updated)

  • During NEST time on Sept 18th, counselors presented information to all juniors regarding the PSAT and other important milestones coming up this year.
  • Tech Test - new test dates have been added. Check here for details.
  • Consider registering now for SAT & ACT : Issaquah High School's CEEB code is 480500

Sophomores:

Freshmen:

  • Spring Presentation: Finding your Myers-Briggs Type
  • High School 101: Your Guide to Success at IHS This presentation provides 9th grade students with the beginning knowledge and skills they need to reach their high school goals and begin preparing for their future. We encourage you discuss the presentation as a family, along with what strengths your student already possesses, and what new skills they can put into practice this year.