Idaho Falls School District 91 has four high schools serving students in grades 9-12. Teachers and staff strive to ensure students graduate with the knowledge, skills and attributes they will need to be successful beyond high school.
The district has two comprehensive high schools -- Idaho Falls High School and Skyline High School --, as well as Compass Academy, a magnet high school that is part of the New Tech Network. Then, for students who have not been successful in a traditional high school setting, there is Emerson Alternative High School, which operates on a block schedule.
Our high schools offer a wide array of AP and dual enrollment classes, which provide students with the opportunity to earn college credit while they are still in high school. The state supports these efforts through its Advanced Opportunities Programs, which can help families pay for those credits.
In addition, students can earn real-world experience and certifications in many professions through the district's Professional-Technical Program. Classes are available in careers such as certified nursing assistant, emergency medical training, pharmacy tech, culinary arts, automotive services, early childhood professions, computer networking basics and more.
Our high schools also provide students with rich extra-curricular experiences and opportunities to serve the community. Students can choose to participate in activities such as athletics, band, choir, music, student government, clubs and organizations and more. Students who attend the magnet school, and get involved with activities sanctioned by the Idaho High School Activities Association, must participate with the school they are zoned to attend.