July 16, 2015
Issaquah High School and the Issaquah School District are grateful for the generosity of the community who contributed in part to more than $3.5 million in scholarships to Issaquah’s class of 2015 as reported by students and their parents.
Students received scholarships and grants for academic merit, community service, athletic ability and leadership, and honors scholarships from the schools they will be attending and community leaders.
June 10, 2015
Several spring sports have announced their 2015 all-league and all-conference selections following the completion of the regular season. League coaches select the teams.
May 20, 2015
Julia Lioubarski and Jasmine Ye are going back to the place they wanted to be all season.
The Skyline High School doubles team qualified for the Class 4A state girls tennis tournament, placing second at the KingCo Conference tournament held May 11-15 at Skyline.
It’s the second straight year Lioubarski and Ye have reached state, and they’ll be aiming to improve upon their eighth-place finish of last season. The state tourney will be held May 29-30 in Richland.
May 20, 2015
The following seniors were named Rotary Club of Issaquah Students of the Month for February 2015:
May 12, 2015
Fans of the Skyline and Issaquah high school girls tennis teams couldn’t have asked for a much better match than what they witnessed when the rival schools got together in the Class 4A KingCo Conference regular-season finale.
Issaquah came out on top in a couple marathon singles matches, but visiting Skyline earned a 4-3 win May 6 by sweeping the three doubles matches.
May 20, 2014
The 28 singles players and 28 doubles teams that converged on the Skyline High School tennis courts last week knew they’d have to be on top of their games.
At the Class 4A KingCo Conference girls tennis championships, only the two finalists in singles and doubles were guaranteed berths into the state tournament, while the third-place finisher had to win a crossover match with a Wesco Conference foe to get there.
As it turned out, the competition wasn’t the only thing that proved daunting over the course of the three-day event. Eighty-degree temperatures greeted the players in the afternoons, making fitness even more vital.