We reviewed 21,035 U.S. public high schools; 46 Idaho schools made our rankings. View Rankings
Idaho requires high school students to take three years of math courses and three years of science courses; complete a senior project; and take the SAT, ACT or Compass exam by the end of their junior years. Students are assessed by the Idaho Standard Achievement Test, according to the Idaho State Department of Education.
In the U.S. News Best High Schools 2013 rankings, eight Idaho schools were awarded silver medals and 37 received bronze medals. Idaho's one gold medal school is Boise High School, located in the state capital, within the Independent School District of Boise City.
Top Ranked ID Schools
To be eligible for a state ranking, a school must be awarded a national gold or silver medal.#1
1010 WEST WASHINGTON ST, BOISE, ID 83702#2
701 EAST BOISE AVE, BOISE, ID 83706#3
401 NORTH MISSION ST, MCCALL, ID 83638#4
329 LINCOLN ST, FIRTH, ID 83236#5
410 SOUTH DIVISION ST, SANDPOINT, ID 83864#6
1209 ADAM SMITH AVE, CALDWELL, ID 83605#7
1076 BANKS LOWMAN RD, GARDEN VALLEY, ID 83622#8
501 IOWA AVE, FRUITLAND, ID 83619#9
1 DIGGER DR, SUGAR CITY, ID 83448
Other Notable ID School
This school was awarded a national bronze medal.
268 SOUTH 4TH WEST, ABERDEEN, ID 83210
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ID by the Numbers
Districts 125 High Schools 213 Full-Time Teachers 5,877 Students Enrolled 99,621
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The Independent School District of Boise City supports 14 high schools, serving 11,204 students.
There are 12 high schools in the Joint School District No. 2, serving 10,959 students.
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