Bonneville Joint School District 93 is committed to being a leader of innovation in the classroom. It is our goal to prepare the learners of today for a successful future.
With a student population of approximately 11,800, Bonneville School District is the 5th largest district in Idaho. D93 has 14 elementary schools serving students in K-6, three middle schools serving students in grades 7-8, and four high schools serving students in grades 9-12, including two comprehensive high schools, an alternative high school and a Magnet school, Technical Careers High School. D93 also offers curriculum online for grades K-12 through Bonneville Online.
The Bonneville School District employs over 1,600 people, of whom, nearly 600 are certificated personnel. Our vision statement of "Student Success by Design" symbolizes our commitment to provide the finest educational opportunities for every student and every employee.
In Bonneville Joint School District 93, you can expect:
Devoted teachers who put the education of their students first.
A commitment to using technology and innovation to enrich the learning process in the classroom.
A strong instructional program that emphasizes the skills of language arts, mathematics, science, social studies and reading. The arts, foreign language, physical education, vocational training, and computer education are also provided.
Curriculum that meets and exceeds state and national standards for instruction.
An emphasis on developing study habits that will last a lifetime.
Access to advanced placement and honors classes at the secondary level.
Opportunities to participate in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities, such as the fine arts and athletics to encourage students to reach their potential.
Bonneville Joint School District 93 Facts:
The school district was formed through the consolidation of ten smaller districts in 1950.
Bonneville Joint School District No. 93 is located in Bingham and Bonneville Counties, and encompasses a portion of the City of Idaho Falls along with the incorporated cities of Ammon, Iona and Ucon. It also includes the unincorporated county areas to the north, south, and east of Idaho Falls.
Bonneville High School, Hillcrest High School and Technical Careers High School are accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Association, and middle schools and elementary schools meet approved State standards. Accreditation assures standards for class size, qualifications of teachers, school facilities,
D93 has 14 elementary schools serving students in grades PreK-6
Bonneville Online School provides online schooling at home, serving grades K-8 and 9-12.
D93 has two comprehensive middle schools and an alternative middle school for grades 7-8.
D93 has two comprehensive high schools, a Magnet school, Technical Careers High School and an alternative high school for grades 9-12.
D93’s eCenter offers an online learning high school for both full-time students and those seeking credit acceleration or recovery.
D93 employs over 1,600 people, of whom, nearly 600 are certificated personnel.
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