What is ClassLink?

ClassLink is a tool that provides secondary students and staff with easy access to the variety of tools and tech resources available to them.

ClassLink solves the problem of too many passwords, and too many files scattered about by offering a one-click single sign-on solution that gives students access to everything they need to learn, anywhere, with just one password.

How do I access ClassLink?

Teachers can access ClassLink at home by visiting this link.  Then log into the tool.


When logged onto a ISD device you can also access ClassLink using an Internet Explorer shortcut on the desktop called ClassLink.

How do I log into ClassLink?

Username: ISD Network ID (e.g. – moorej for staff, and cropkat17 for students.)

Password: User defined


Helpful Hints

If using Chrome, you will need to install ClassLink’s Launchpad Chrome extension to get full benefit of ClassLink’s single sign-on features. Watch this video to learn how.

ClassLink uses two approaches to making password management easier. One is called Pass Through, which provides users with direct access to the linked resource. Account management, including passwords and other account information is managed by Issaquah School District. The other way is called Password Locker. This approach asks users to enter account information the first time they visit a site through the Launchpad icon, and then stores the information so that users don’t have to keep entering the passwords.

Icons with a key on them give you access to ClassLink’s two single-on features, Pass Through and Password Locker.



Where can I get help with ClassLink?

Each school building has an Ed Tech Lead (a fellow staff member) who can help you with any questions you might have.  You can find out who your Ed Tech Lead is here.

You can always contact any of the Instructional Technology Specialists in the Ed Tech department as well. We are here to help.