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Timberline is a name for several high schools in North America, including:

Timberline High School (Boise, Idaho) high school in Boise, Idaho

Timberline High School is a three-year public secondary school in Boise, Idaho. Opened in August 1998, it is the fourth and newest traditional high school in the Boise School District, serving its southeast portion. Originally opened as Les Bois Junior High in 1994, it was expanded and the junior high was rebuilt at a different location. The school colors are royal blue, silver, and black and the mascot is a wolf.

Timberline Schools are a combined elementary and secondary school in Clearwater County, Idaho. Midway between Weippe and Pierce on Highway 11, the schools are operated by the Orofino Joint School District #171, headquartered to the west in Orofino. The school colors are black and gold, and the mascot is a Spartan.

Timberline High School (Lacey, Washington)

Timberline High School is a comprehensive public secondary school in Lacey, Washington. Opened in 1970 and part of North Thurston Public Schools, its school colors are green and gold and the mascot is a blazer.

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Timberline Secondary is a public high school in Campbell River, British Columbia part of School District 72 Campbell River.

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