Education

The Boise School District includes:

  • 31 elementary schools
  • 8 junior high schools
  • 5 high schools
  • 2 specialty schools

Part of the Meridian School District (the largest district in Idaho) overlaps into Boise city limits.

The city is home to six public high schools:

  • Boise High School
  • Borah High School
  • Capital High School
  • Timberline High School
  • Meridian School District’s Centennial High School
  • Alternative Frank Church High School

Boise’s private schools include:

  • Catholic Bishop Kelly High School
  • Foothills School of Arts and Sciences
  • Baccalaureate accredited Riverstone International School

Post-secondary educational options in Boise include:

  • Boise State University
  • A wide range of technical schools
  • University of Idaho (U. of I.)
  • Idaho State University each maintain a satellite campus in Boise
  • Boise Bible College, an undergraduate degree-granting college that exists to train leaders for churches as well as missionaries for the world

As of 2009, the city did not have any law schools. U. of I. plans to open a third-year law program in 2010 and Concordia University plans to open the Concordia University School of Law in 2011 in the city.