ISAAC is committed to creating and maintaining an educational environment that is physically, emotionally and intellectually safe and thus free from bullying, harassment and discrimination.

ISAAC has a strong student government, community meetings led by students, and a multicultural community of students and staff that are enthusiastic about our core values.


The ISAAC Student Government is a group of students that are selectively chosen by the ISAAC student body to represent student interests and concerns. They meet every other school day for forty-five minutes and are responsible for creating positive change for the ISAAC students, faculty, staff, and families.

Throughout the year, each Student Government member plays an active role on each of the six student-created and run committees in which they take full ownership of their ideas, implementations, and successes.

During meeting times, students embrace leadership positions through creating and executing projects, enhance communication skills through the practice of public speaking and writing, and take ownership of seeing their decisions directly impact themselves and their community.

Student Support Services

Student Support Services

If you believe your child would benefit from counseling services, please contact Ms. Tanya Collins, Dean of Students.

In addition, the Student Support Team provides support and intervention plans for individual students who may need extra assistance during the school day. To provide this support, the team may make classroom observations, recommend counseling, meet with parents or teachers, review academic/behavioral goal-setting guidelines, or determine other means of support.

ISAAC Student Support Team


Various ways we work with our students:
Throughout the school year, we will meet with students on an individual basis, in small groups, and in their classrooms. Below are ways we support students:

  • Academic advising and support
  • Personal, social, and emotional development
  • Collaborate with academic intervention teams
  • School crisis or emergency intervention
  • Consultation and collaboration with parents, teachers, support staff and administrators
  • Collaboration and coordination of resources within district schools
  • Planning, implementing and evaluating of our Student Support Services


ISAAC Counseling Services offers 8th grade students and families an extensive high school options through orientation programs and guidance seminars.

ISAAC is a feeder school for A Better Chance, a prestigious program that recruits exceptional students of color from across the country and manages them in applying to the top high school college preparatory programs in the country. We are proud that each year ISAAC scholars received over $100,000 in scholarships to attend college preparatory schools in the Northeast. For more detailed information about high school placements, please visit our High School Options page.

Counseling Services



The School-Based Health Center is offered here for the benefit of the students.

The School-Based Health Center works in conjunction with the care provided by your child’s pediatrician and is not intended to replace regular care by your child’s primary health-care provider. If you feel your child is in need of any of our services, please see what we offer below:

•Available Services - The SBHC offers many services including: Medical Services, Mental Health Services, and Dental Services.

•All children enrolled in the school based health care program are eligible to receive services regardless of insurance status. For medical and behavioral health services, CHC accepts most insurance plans and there are NO out of pocket expenses. For dental services, there is a small fee if there is no insurance coverage. If you have no insurance, please ask SBHC staff about HUSKY insurance.

•To begin receiving services, please go to to sign up quickly and easily online!

Please note all parts of this registration/enrollment form must be completed, signed and returned to the Health Center or the School Main Office before your child can receive services.

LifeFAQs Mentor Program at ISAAC

Established in 2001, provides students and educators tools for engaging the future through motivational assemblies, coaching during classes and after-school clubs, creating scholarship opportunities, and providing career guidance.

Follow this link to learn more or sign up for a mentor with LifeFAQs.