Los Amigos High School Class of 1990
While attending Los Amigos, Coach Isaacs played basketball, football and ran track. Unfortunately, his parents divorced after his sophomore year of school, and he had to give up sports in order to help out his mom. Nonetheless, Coach Isaacs lettered in academics and upon graduation attended Golden West College .
After receiving his AA degree from Golden West College, Coach Isaacs transferred to California State University, Long Beach where he graduated with a B.A. in Comparative Literature. He then started his Masters Degree in English at California State University, Fullerton. After one semester, Coach Isaacs decided to enter the workforce, but he eventually returned back to California State University, Long Beach to get his Single Subject Teaching Credential in English. Currently, he is attending Orange Coast College working towards his A.S. degree in Photography.
Coach Isaacs has been coaching since 2001. He spent seven years coaching at Garden Grove High School under Head Coach Ken Frank. During his time there he won league titles as a freshman and JV head coach, and was a varsity assistant for the team's league title in 2005. It was the first varsity league title in 35 years!
In 2008, Coach Isaacs took over the program at Los Amigos. He immediately installed his philosophies of academics first, tireless work ethic, and upstanding individual citizenship. This has lead to countless students attending community college and universities, tournament wins, CIF playoff appearances, several all-league players, and two league MVPs. The pursuit for a league title is ongoing, but the basketball program competes, plays hard, respects the game, and always upholds the school's motto: "Siempre con Dgnidad."