PTSA / ASB / Booster Club

What does each of these organizations do?

(Parent Teacher Student Association)

The Issaquah High PTSA is a private, non-profit organization with members dedicated to serve students, parents and staff of Issaquah High School. The PTSA also advocates for the health, education, safety, and welfare of all children. This support is manifested primarily through:
  • Funding of school-oriented programs that directly impact student learning, are implemented at IHS, are ongoing in nature, impact a significant number of students, and provide a good cost/benefit ratio
  • Advocacy on behalf of children and youth in the school, in the community, and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children
  • Volunteerism within and in behalf of Issaquah High in support of school-related events
See the programs and activities that PTSA supports

(Associated Student Body)

ASB represents all students of Issaquah High School. ASB governing bodies include: ASB Executive Board, ASB Class Council, ASB Advanced Leadership Class and Student Senate. ASB leaders interact with students, staff and the administration to voice student needs and concerns, oversee the expenditures of ASB funds, raise funds, promote and sponsor school-wide programs and events and recognize sports, activities, and clubs.

For more information about ASB, contact IHS ASB Advisor Erin Connolly.

Booster Club

The Issaquah High School Booster Club is a parent run non-profit organization that raises money to support students who participate in a variety of clubs, sports and activities outside the classroom. Each year, thousands of dollars are raised and donated to IHS clubs, activities, and sports teams. The Booster Club also provides continuous educational scholarships to graduating Seniors and co-sponsors the “Red Robin Scholar Athlete” Program." Funds for these programs are generated through membership fees, annual fundraising events and the sale of Issaquah High logo wear.

For more information about Booster Club, visit