Issaquah High PTSA Presents:

Issaquah High School Class of 2019

All-Night Grad Party


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To Register or Pay, see below.

 Know your graduate is safe, chaperoned, well fed and having a blast!

An annual tradition sponsored by the PTSA.
Last chance for the Class of 2019 to celebrate together. 

What is the All-Night Grad Party?

A tradition at Issaquah High School (and many high schools in the West), the all-night, all-inclusive grad party---a senior year highlight---provides a safe, sober and FUN opportunity for the graduates to gather one last time.  This year, the fun begins 30 minutes after graduation, where the party buses will be waiting at Safeco Field.  Parents will give grads a set of party clothes with which to change in the car or restroom and bring home caps/gowns and other unnecessary items; grads will then hop on buses and be whisked away to the first of our "secret" locations for a night of festivities.  Food will be provided on the bus and at first venue, so no need to scarf down a meal after graduation.  This PTSA-sponsored celebration is planned and paid for by the senior parents.

How much does it cost?

The current cost is $170 for this all-inclusive night: transportation to multiple fun-filled, activity-packed SECRET venues, entertainment, activities, games, prizes, dinner, breakfast and FUN, FUN, FUN all night long! Most importantly, this is a safe and supervised event with NO alcohol or drugs.  Please note that ALL students must ride the bus to and from the party.

Space is limited; reserve your spot now by sending in the information below and a full payment of $170. Tickets purchased after February 28, 2019 will increase to $195 per person. Make checks payable to IH PTSA

Full and partial scholarships are available; if you or someone you know is unable to afford this event, please Contact Diane Burdette - Senior Events Chair. All information is confidential. 

How do I reserve a space?

Space is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration is highly recommended!

Step 1: CLICK HERE to reserve your space, and pay through PayPal.  No refunds after March 31, 2019.  

Step 2: DOWNLOAD REQUIRED FORMS HERE. All participants must turn in the required forms (3 pages). The Emergency Care Plan is needed only if your Senior has a life-threatening food allergy. 

Parent Volunteers Needed!

We need a small army of volunteers (parents, grandparents and even older siblings) to help with this exciting, safe night. 

We have 2 major volunteer opportunities:

Check-In.  Check-in is perfect for those that want to see the kids off, but are unable to stay the entire night.  Help us check-in the kids, make sure all forms are in and help load the buses.  When the buses drive away you are free to do the same!

Chaperones.  Chaperones will help pat-down (training provided) and load the buses.  We will need at least 2 chaperones on each bus.  Once at the venues, each chaperone will be assigned specific area(s)/duties.

Chaperones are there to make this a wonderful night for the seniors by bringing a great attitude to pump up the kids.  Generally speaking, the chaperones are expected to keep a watchful eye on the seniors and provide overall supervision at an assigned area.  Official security will be provided by our event planner, Grad Nights. Chaperones are included in the food and beverage service, so you will be well taken care of with lots of coffee!

If you are able to be a chaperone or casino dealer, please contact Diane Burdette - Senior Events Chair.  Thanks!

Additional Details

Planning for this fun-filled night is in the works. When details are nailed down, information such as pick up time and pertinent instructions will be emailed.   All other details will be kept secret for the sake of fun and safety.


Contact Diane Burdette - Senior Events Chair