Athletic DirectorAthletics Coordinator
Danielle ZelinskiJanine Menezes
Athletic Trainer 
Morten Orren 

ISD Sports Links

FinalForms Sports Registration

ISD High School Athletics

Open Gym Permission Form

Pay Online Instructions for Parents

Physical Form

Sports Schedule

Walk-in Clinics

Signing Day 2020/Collegiate Athletics

External Sports Links

The following links are to sites whose content is not managed by the Issaquah School District and are placed here for your convenience. 

Booster Club

NCAA Eligibility Center

WIAA State Tournament Central

Ticketing Information
Regular Season Pricing:

$7.00 - Adults/Students without ASB cards

$5.00 - Visiting students with ASB cards; Grades K-8

Free - Home Students with ASB card

Free - Seniors over the age of 65



Sports Registration 2021-22

FinalForms is ISD's sports registration platform. 
Registration involves FORMS ~ FEES ~ PHYSICAL. 

All forms must be finalized in the student’s AND parent’s FinalForms accounts.  IMPORTANT:  For students to view FinalForms emails, they must log in to their SCHOOL email account through, NOT Canvas.

Fees and fines cannot be paid within FinalForms.  They are paid through a separate system:  Pay Online.  After payment has been made, the Bookkeeper will inform the Athletics Coordinator who will then update payment information in FinalForms.  Please allow one business day for payment to show in FinalForms.  
Pay Online Instructions for Parents.  

Fees to play 2021-22 sports:  ASB Card:  $60 and Sports fee:  $200.  Fees for 21-22 can be paid beginning Aug 1. If a student has already participated in a fall and winter sport, there is no sports fee for a spring sport.  Fines must also be paid in order to participate.  Cheer & Drill do not pay the sports fee but do pay the ASB Card fee & other team fees.

Parents should log in to their FinalForms account to see if there is a current physical on their account.  If there is no physical on file or if it’s about to expire, they must upload a scanned copy or photo of a current physical to their account.  If the student needs a physical, they need to print a copy of the Physical Form and take it to the appointment.  Link to walk-in clinics that do not require an appointment:  Walk-In Clinics 

IMPORTANT:  Freshmen MUST provide a physical dated June 1 or later of the year they enter high school, per ISD policy.


Please refer to the new 2020-21 KingCo Sports Season Guidelines document for information regarding season layout, protocols, policies, and safety measures.  WIAA COVID Rate Tracking

Athletics E-News:  Phase 3 Sports Update - March 16, 2021
Athletics E-News
March 1, 2021
Athletics E-News - February 26, 2021
Athletics E-News - February 4, 2021

LHS ATHLETICS UPDATE:  February 2, 2021
The KingCo Conference recently appealed to the WIAA regarding the order of athletic seasons, when those seasons will start, and the length of the seasons. The WIAA has approved KingCo’s appeal. With an interest in protecting spring sports due to their lost season last year, KingCo will offer the following seasons:

  • March 1 – April 3:  Fall Sports – Boys Golf, Boys Tennis, Cheer*, Cross Country, Drill/Dance*, Football (Feb 24 start), Girls Soccer, Girls Swim and Dive, and Volleyball 
  • April 5 – May 8:  Winter Sports – Boys Basketball, Boys Swim & Dive, Cheer* Girls Basketball, Drill/Dance*, Gymnastics (Mar 29 start), and Wrestling
  • May 3 – June 12:  Spring Sports – Baseball, Boys Soccer, Fastpitch Softball, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, and Track & Field

*Cheer and Drill/Dance are activities that span the Fall & Winter Sports seasons.

The KingCo Athletic Directors, in concert with the KingCo Principals and KingCo Board of Directors, are in the process of developing a plan for schedules and agreed upon health and safety measures to be implemented as conditions and regional metrics allow.

LHS ATHLETICS UPDATE: January 20, 2021
Please see the MESSAGE from the Athletic Department and UPDATE to current conditioning workout offerings

Athletics E-News- November 22, 2020

Athletics Update, November 17, 2020
Issaquah School District High School Athletics Update

Athletics Update, November 10, 2020
In light of the rapidly increasing COVID-19 case rates in our county (176 cases per 100,000 residents as of Monday, November 9), we are pausing our plans to bring in small groups of athletic conditioning pods to our facilities at this time. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate these changing conditions.

Athletics Update, October 1, 2020 

In accordance with the Department of Health decision-making tree, we are not planning to access optional out of season athletics at this time.  The DOH recommends no extra-curricular activities until all students have some level of in-person learning and/or the cases fall to 25 per 100,000 or lower.  WIAA has since affirmed their alignment with this stance.  You can read more at Last week the case numbers in King County were 55 per 100,000 so we are seeing a trend in the right direction.  We will keep you up to date as local circumstances are continuing to change and as we continue to monitor guidance from the DOH, the WIAA and other governing authorities. 

Athletics Update Fall 2020 
Together with our fellow King Co member schools and districts and following the Board’s July 30th decision to start the school year in a fully remote way, we have made the decision to offer athletics beginning in Season 2 and continuing in Season 3 and 4 this year provided that the conditions are safe enough to do so.  There will be no athletics offered in Season 1.  Instead, Season 1 sports have been moved into other seasons per the current WIAA guidance.  The WIAA has made its alternative calendars publicly available and you can read them at  The start date for Season 2 is December 28th.  We have yet to determine whether or not we can offer the out of season athletics opportunities that could be allowed beginning September 28th.  This decision will largely depend on the input and guidance we receive from our local department of health as well as the infection rates and phasing provided by our Governor.  Please stay tuned for more on that.  I also want to say thank you to the staff, students and parents who volunteered their time to serve as representatives of their sports on the Athletics and Activities Work Group.  I look forward to working with you again as we approach and prepare for Season 2. 

Donna Hood, Executive Director of HS Education