Issaquah High PTSA Presents
Issaquah High School Class of 2020
All-Night Grad Party


 Click here for IHS Senior Events Calendar

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 2020 to celebrate together.  

June 30, 2020 UPDATE 

Thank you for your optimism and support as we tried to make the All-Night Party tradition happen for our deserving graduates.  The walk-graduation is officially cancelled, so the All-Night Grad Party has also been cancelled.  Refunds will be available upon request.  Full disclosure, as noted in previous emails, the small family-run events company (Grad Nights) that is managing and has managed this event for the PTSA for many years is considering Chapter 11.  They are still in business, trying to survive past this difficult time, but it is uncertain if the PTSA will get its monies back.
For more information on the unexpected circumstances we find ourselves in today(including the old survey monkey refund link), click HERE
Click HERE to apply for a refund (extended to July 15).


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.  Graduation this year is at 1pm.  Graduates will have time to enjoy their families after the Graduation Ceremony at T-Mobile.  This PTSA-sponsored celebration is planned and paid for by the senior parents.

How much does it cost?

$195  Pay online or by check, payable to IH PTSA

This includes an 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. 

Full and partial scholarships are available!
if you or someone you know is unable to afford this event, please CLICK HERE.   All information is confidential. 
If you would like to be a super-hero by giving to the party/scholarship fun, DONATE HERE. 

How do I reserve a space/register?

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 $195 through PayPal. 

Step 2: DOWNLOAD REQUIRED FORMS HERE. All participants must turn in the Registration Form (1 page) and the 2020 Party Agreement (2 pages). The Emergency Care Plan is needed only if your Senior has a life-threatening medical condition.  

Guest List:  Who is registered so far?    Click Here for Registered Guest List

Volunteers Needed:  Click Here  


Request a Refund

Parent Volunteers Needed!   

Bus Sign-up Day, Event Check-in, and the popular Chaperones!  Click Here to see all volunteer opportunities.

Thank you to the small army of volunteers who are helping with this exciting, safe night.   There are lots of opportunities to get involved!  Sophomore and Junior parents needed as Chaperones!   CLICK HERE for full Committee Role Job Descriptions. 

Senior All-Night Party Committee Leads         EMAIL COMMITTEE

Chair  Lida Buckner
Treasurer Moonhee Bischof  
Communications Amy Wisler   
  Carrie Hannigan (Kaiser)  
  Deena Eastern  
Ticket Sales / Registration Cindy Liddle  
  Shelley Chapman  
Check-In Jane Barry  
  Bertina Loeffler Sedlack  
Chaperones / Volunteer needs Gia Pak  
  Peggy Hillock  
Bus Sign-Up Tammy Antezana  
  Suzie Potter  
Bus Snacks / Prizes Jennifer Shields  
  Shannon Finegood  
Casino Pit-Boss Rick Chapman  


Why does the PTSA think offering a safe, controlled All-Night Graduation Party is important? Is it worth it?

Alarming statistics and commonsense tell us that Seniors want to celebrate after graduation. Did you know...

•  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Statistics of teen drunk driving, 70% of all teens drink alcohol.
•  Over half of teenage drinkers consumer five or more drinks in an hour (also known as binge drinking)
•  Almost 75% of teen drinkers drink at parties hosted by other teens.
•  The percentage of teen drinkers who drink in private and secret locations is about 40%.

OK, but I drank in high school, too!

•  60% of all teen deaths in car accidents are alcohol-related.  
•  During weekends around prom, graduation, and homecoming, 47% of traffic crash fatalities of 15-20-year-olds were alcohol-related.
•  Of these alcohol-related fatalities, 69% involved a 15-20-year-old driver with alcohol in his/her system,
 Of the fatal car crashes occurring between midnight and 3am, 77% involve alcohol.  



Every Attending Senior and their Parents should READ - Important questions answered!
General Party FAQs
Party Guest List

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.

Questions or want to get more involved?    Contact Lida Buckner – All-Night Grad Party Chair