If you're looking for good schools, you'll find them in the Boise Valley.  You'll find exceptional opportunities for students of all ages, with nearly a dozen colleges and universities in the area, plus one K-12 school district ranked as one of the most successful and high-achieving school districts in the country (according to an Expansion Magazine study).  

Did you know:
You can hear over 90 languages being spoken in the Boise School District and take courses through the local universities and Boise Community Adult Education programs to learn over two dozen different languages.

All four of Boise School District's traditional high schools appear in Washington Post's (formerly Newsweek's) annual listing of America's best high schools for effectively preparing students for college. Boise, Borah, Capital and Timberline High Schools list amount the top 7 percent of all public high schools in the U.S.

For more detailed information on education in the Boise Valley, visit the following:

Public colleges and universities:

Private colleges and universities:

Public schools K-12:

Private schools K-12:

Boise State University

Did You Know?  With 677 faculty members, over 22,000 students, and a choice of more than 200 degrees and certificate programs, Boise State is more than just the Bronco Nation.  Learn more about the quality education and community at Boise State on their "Discover Boise State" webpage. 

Clark Krause
Executive Director
Mobile: 208-863-9675
Phone: 208-472-5230
Charity Nelson
Director of Economic Development
Mobile: 208-863-8521
Phone: 208-472-5240
Ethan Mansfield
Project & Research Manager
Mobile: 208-921-4686
Phone: 208-472-5246
250 S. 5th St.
Suite 300
Boise, Idaho 83702
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