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|Timberline High School
701 E. Boise Avenue
|Boise School District#1
|Student to teacher ratio
| Royal Blue, Silver,
|IHSAA Class 5A
|Southern Idaho (5A) (SIC)
|Boise, Borah, Capital
|East Junior High
Les Bois Junior High
|2,740 ft (840 m) AMSL
|Timberline High School
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 competes in athletics in IHSAA Class 5A in the Southern Idaho Conference (5A) (SIC).
Timberline High School has a successful program for the National Science Bowl competition, earning a second-place finish in the 2019 Western Idaho Regional competition and winning the 2020 Western Idaho Regional competition.
Students have tracked and studied a group of wild wolves, called the Timberline pack, since 2003.The biologists who track the pack noticed its den in the Boise National Forest was empty in the spring of 2020. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game wolf mortality list showed that pups were killed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services branch. The federal agents killed the pups in order to force the adult wolves to relocate and to reduce the predators' population as they can pose a threat to wildlife and livestock.
Centennial High School is a four-year public secondary school in Boise, Idaho. Although located in Boise, it is part of the West Ada School District; at the time of its construction, CHS was in unincorporated Ada County. The West Ada district's second of five traditional high schools, Centennial opened in 1987 and serves neighborhoods in northwestern Boise and northeastern Meridian. The centennial of Idaho statehood was observed in 1990.
Twin Falls High School is a public secondary school in Twin Falls, Idaho, one of two traditional high schools operated by the Twin Falls School District #411.
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Sandpoint High School is a four-year public secondary school in the northwest United States, located in Sandpoint, Idaho. It is the larger of the two high schools in the Lake Pend Oreille School District; the other is Clark Fork in Class 1A. The SHS school colors are red and white and the mascot is a bulldog.
Caldwell High School four-year public secondary school in Caldwell, Idaho, the only traditional high school in the Caldwell School District #132. The building is on South Indiana Avenue near the corner of Ustick Road, across from the local YMCA. The school colors are blue, white, and gold and the mascot is a cougar.
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Eagle High School (EHS) is a four-year public secondary school in Eagle, Idaho, USA, a suburb northwest of Boise. EHS opened 28 years ago in August 1995, the third of five traditional high schools in the West Ada School District. The school colors are green and silver and its mascot is a mustang. Eagle's enrollment in 2019 was approximately 2,100.
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