Do you need financial assistance (a scholarship) for fees or fines?
Scholarships can provide support with items such as class fees, assessment fees (ex. PSAT, AP exam), sports fees, ASB cards, planners (if in stock), field trips, clothing for class performances (ex. choir dresses), and more.
Once a parent or guardian completes the scholarship application it can be turned in to the main office. A parent or guardian could also choose to bring in a copy of their family’s Eligibility Notification Letter from the district to show to their student’s administrator. If you need an additional copy of the letter, please contact Nancy Beltz at 425-837-5064 or email@example.com. The form is only viewed by the student’s administrator (Mr. Krogstad: Student Last Names A-Ha, Mr. Brownson: Student Last Names He-O, Mrs. Armstrong: Student Last Names P-Z). Students qualify for partial or full scholarships based on the free and reduced price lunch guidelines, which are related to both income and household size.
Scholarship applications need to be submitted annually.
Please contact your administrator with any questions.
The Issaquah School District has information about additional resources for families with financial need here.