Bonneville Joint School District 93


Bonneville Joint School District 93


Bonneville Joint School District No. 93 is located in Bingham and Bonneville Counties, and comprises 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. With a student population of approximately 10,500, Bonneville School District is the 6th largest district in Idaho. Roughly 65 percent of all students are transported to and from school, with instruction taking place in 22 locations throughout the District. These include: - 13 elementary schools for grades PreK-6, - Bonneville Online School, online schooling at home, serving grades K-9, - two comprehensive middle schools for grades 7-8, - an alternative middle school for grades 7-8, - two comprehensive high schools for grades 9-12, - an alternative high school for grades 9-12, - Teton Peaks Academy for special needs students in grades 7-12, - eCenter, an online learning high school for both full-time students and those seeking credit acceleration or recovery, - and comprehensive Special Education programs operating throughout all locations. All of our schools and programs are fully accredited.

Mission Statement

Our vision statement of "Achieving Each Individualise Highest Potential" symbolizes our commitment to provide the finest educational opportunities for every student and every employee. We are proud of the Bonneville School District.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement


Bonneville Joint School District 93