Top Idaho School Districts

Top Idaho School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Aberdeen District 737 0.50 ≥90%
    Alturas International Academy n/a n/a n/a
    American Falls Joint District 1,474 0.54 80-84%
    American Heritage Charter District 258 0.08 n/a
    Another Choice Virtual Charter District 363 0.37 30-34%
    Arbon Elementary District 18 0.20 n/a
    Avery School District 6 n/a n/a
    Basin School District 338 0.17 80-89%
    Bear Lake County District 1,110 0.12 85-89%
    Blackfoot District 4,361 0.55 74%
    Blaine County District 3,371 0.52 89%
    Bliss Joint District 126 0.51 ≥50%
    Boise Independent District 25,900 0.42 83%
    Bonneville Joint District 11,834 0.31 78%
    Boundary County District 1,430 0.26 80-84%
    Bruneau-grand View Joint School District 339 0.49 60-79%
    Buhl Joint District 1,319 0.50 75-79%
    Butte County Joint District 436 0.19 ≥80%
    Caldwell District 6,287 0.50 76%
    Camas County District 109 0.22 ≥50%
    Cambridge Joint District 70 0.06 ≥50%
    Cascade District 134 0.19 ≥80%
    Cassia County Joint District 5,407 0.49 91%
    Castleford District 310 0.39 60-79%
    Challis Joint District 378 0.21 80-89%
    Chemawa Indian School n/a n/a n/a
    Chief Tahgee Elementary Academy District 101 0.02 n/a
    Clark County District 150 0.50 ≥80%
    Coeur D' Alene Tribal School n/a n/a n/a
    Coeur D'alene Charter Academy District 721 0.22 ≥90%
    Coeur D'alene District 10,650 0.24 88%
    Compass Charter School 855 0.30 ≥80%
    Cottonwood Joint District 408 0.10 ≥90%
    Council District 250 0.13 ≥50%
    Culdesac Joint District 77 0.29 PS%
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