I am a former student who graduated a few years ago. My experience at Issaquah High school was incredibly positive. The teachers I had, especially in my AP courses, were incredibly dedicated to students and adept at teaching. I felt very prepared for college, both academically and socially after 4 years at IHS. Sports and extracurricular activities at IHS were also a big highlight of my time there. On top of it all, they just renovated the whole school so the buildings and facilities are really nice. Overall, it was an excellent high school experience and I definitely recommend it!
Between charity drives,supporting our special education basketball team, and promoting clubs like Key Club and Amnesty International, there are a lot of school supported events that show students how to be informed and caring citizens
Again they only care about the top 1% likely those students are already determined and driven otherwise they could care less if you graduate actually if you are close to not graduating I have heard they will expel the student so they don't go against the schools graduation rate