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Join or Renew PTSA Membership for the 2023-2024 School Year!

Your Skyline PTSA membership provides support for our students, staff and teachers and creates a strong school community. Click on the link above to join or renew. Questions? Contact us here.

ISF Student Showcase & Luncheon Fundraiser - March 28th!
Please join us for the “Nourish Every Mind” student showcase and luncheon fundraiser!
Since its founding in 1987, the Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISF) has raised more than $25M for Issaquah School District (ISD) students - today, ISF brings innovative programming to all 27 ISD schools, helping create educational opportunities for our more than 19,000 students. “Nourish Every Mind” is ISF’s biggest fundraising event of the year and will be held on Thursday March 28th from 12pm to 1pm at the Issaquah Community Center.  Reach out to with questions or for updates on registration timing.
For more information, click here:

Seven Secrets for Great College Essays

Free Workshop: Seniors, Juniors and Parents 

Monday, March 11th, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Skyline High School, Room 2402

Writing an effective college essay is not the same as writing a school paper. It has a different audience, serves a different purpose, and has a different set of secrets for what works and doesn’t work. Please join us on Monday, March 11th at 6:00pm at Skyline High School (Room 2402) for this fun, interactive workshop where you will discover what a great college essay is and isn't, at least one topic idea for your essay, a pathway to writing your essay, and for parents and mentors, tools and tips to give the best support and feedback to students.   

Email for more details and to RSVP.

2023-2024 PTSA Board

Co-Presidents Xinwei Xue & Susan Ho
Treasurer Meng Yang
Secretary Swati Jain
Co-VP Membership Gayathri Venkat
Co-VP Membership Prachi Pradhan
VP Volunteers Nischala Uppala
VP Communications Jeanna Schmidt
Member at Large Stacie Lacina
ISF Ambassador Prajakta Ghatpande

Service Learning Forms Collection

All students at Skyline are encouraged to participate in this optional PTSA program to build up their volunteer hours, with Freshmen eligible to start earning volunteer hours after 8th grade promotion. In order to earn the service learning cord at graduation, students must submit records of having volunteered at least 100 hours over the course of their four years of high school.

Our next in-person collection dates are coming up on March 7th (Thursday) and April 5th (Friday) in the SHS commons area (by the main doors) during both A and B lunches. Outside of this time, students are welcome to leave completed forms in the PTSA drawer in the College & Career Center, which will be collected occasionally between in-person pickups. Students are advised to keep copies of all forms submitted as backup.  Seniors - be sure to turn in your completed forms before end of March in order to receive service cords. 

Email with questions.  Thank you, Skyline parents, for joining the PTSA! Your donations help fund this and other PTSA programs that support Skyline students and staff.

New To Skyline? Check Out Our New Families Page!
We've updated our New Families page with helpful resources, links and tips on our school and community. Check it out here!  

What’s The Difference Between PTSA, ASB, and ISF?

The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA), Associated Student Body (ASB), and Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISF) are three separate but complementary organizations which provide a variety of support to multiple programs at Skyline. While each school has its own PTSA and ASB, the ISF supports all schools district-wide.

What is it?
Parent Teacher Student Association - a national organization of parents, staff, and students who elect to join the PTSA. Provides enrichment, grants, volunteers, necessities, and support to education-focused SHS programs; acts as liaison for parents with the School District and  State PTSA.
Associated Student Body - comprised of all SHS students who purchase ID cards in the fall; students vote on peer representatives to govern and provide leadership through school events.  
501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides district-wide programs supporting opportunities for every student at every school.
What is their primary focus?
Enrichment programs such as Reflections, volunteers, parent education, funding teacher grants, supporting school activities and community events through volunteers, and staff appreciation.
Sports and after-school clubs, extra-curricular activities, field trips, spirit week, SHS assemblies, food drives, school-wide fundraisers, and providing necessary equipment, supplies, tools and uniforms.
Academic support, music programs, food support, student needs, fine arts fund, Cultural Bridges family guide, ParentWiser,  teacher grants.  

The SHS PTSA supports all programs and events through membership, direct donations from families and fundraising events.
ASB requests donations directly from families. 


Giving Campaign (Fall), Nourish Every Mind (Spring).

How can parents get involved?
Join the PTSA and become an active volunteer! Join the Board, chair a committee, or support our programs or events. Find out more about volunteer opportunities here.
Learn about ASB and help your student know what programs are available. Donate to ASB, supporting clubs, sports activities, and socials. Volunteer to assist at ASB events.  
Find volunteer opportunities here. 

Cultural Bridges 2023-2024 Family Guide Now Available!

The Issaquah Schools Foundation Cultural Bridges 2023-2024 Family Guide is now available. It is offered in Arabic, Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese and contains useful school-related information from kindergarten to high school. Check it out here


ParentWiser brings the latest research and educational information into the homes of our student families to support parents in raising thriving individuals - made possible through a partnership with the Issaquah School District PTSA and Issaquah Schools Foundation.
Find more information and ParentWiser's 2023-2024 Calendar of Events here

Resources for the School Year

Here are some helpful links from the Issaquah School District site:

ISD E-News Archive

Canvas Information and Login: Canvas is the platform used by ISD for middle and high schools. You will find video tutorials here for students and parents.

Below are some helpful links for Skyline High School:

Skyline High School Website

Skyline Printable Bell Schedule

Skyline E-news Archives

Skyline's Glossary of Jargon and Acronyms 

Skyline Counseling Department

Skyline College and Career Center

From Issaquah Schools Foundation

Cultural Bridges Family Guide Informative guide to learning all there is to know about the Issaquah School District!