Charter School Going in a New Direction

Taylor’s Crossing hires Seth H. Boyle as new Superintendent/Administrator

Published online: Jun 09, 2020 Articles, Education And Arts
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IDAHO FALLS -- Taylor’s Crossing has hired Seth H. Boyle as the new Superintendent and Administrator for the charter school in Ammon. He will also serve as the Athletic Director of the school. Mr. Boyle has taught in the public high school for over 20 years and has served in a variety of positions that will suit him well as the newest administrator. 

Mr. Boyle served the last two years at Thunder Ridge High School where he was hired as an Intervention Specialist, but also served as a German teacher as well as the girls varsity soccer coach. Prior to coming to Thunder Ridge, Mr. Boyle lived in California where he taught and was an administrator at Elk Grove High School for 21 years. In his time at Elk Grove, he served as a German teacher, English teacher, Emotionally Disturbed Administrator, PBIS coordinator, BEST team coordinator, Athletic Director and Activities Director along with numerous other positions that help him qualify for this current position.  

Mr. Boyle also has an extensive background in athletics. Since 92, Mr. Boyle has coached competitive soccer teams in California and has had the opportunity to coach over 60 players who have played on scholarships in DI and DII college programs. He has coached players that play professionally and who have represented the United States in the Olympics and at the World Cup. He has successfully run soccer camps for many years and has coached college soccer for 10 years. 

Mr. Boyle is married to his wife Tiffany of 25 years and they have 4 children who all moved here to Idaho Falls a couple of years ago. His two oldest daughters have or are currently serving in German speaking church missions and attend BYU Provo and BYU Idaho. His two youngest children attend Thunder Ridge High School and Sandcreek Middle School respectively. 


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