Education And Arts

Stephanie Morrison, Zonta Club of Pocatello Earn Human and Civil Rights Awards from Pocatello HRAC

A local teacher and leadership organization are being recognized by the City of Pocatello’s Human Relations Advisory Committee (HRAC).

Idaho Falls Power Offering College Scholarships

Idaho Falls Power (IFP) wants to empower our next generation of future leaders. IFP will award 10 college scholarships to eligible Idaho Falls high school juniors and seniors this year.

Taylor’s Crossing Charter School Expanding Bus Routes

Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, Taylor’s Crossing Charter School will be expanding bus route services to include the Rigby area and other areas in the greater Idaho Falls community.

An Education En Route

Leigh Ann Emerson jokes that she earned her master’s degree on a bus travelling to and from her job as an experiment manager at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL).

An Inspired Production

Inspired by the support of her principal and the enthusiasm of locals, Thunder Ridge High School theater teacher Jorden Cammack headed up the Ammon Arts Community Theatre in November of 2019.

The Silent Conversation

The Art Museum's first exhibit of the New Year features recently retired Ricks College/Brigham Young University–Idaho art professors, GERALD GRIFFIN and MATTHEW GEDDES in The Silent Conversation.

Applications Open for 2021 Pocatello’s “Promise of Tomorrow Mayoral Scholarship”

Class of 2021 high school graduating seniors can now apply for Pocatello’s “Promise of Tomorrow Mayoral Scholarship.”

Elf the Musical Spreads Winter Cheer

The Idaho Falls Youth Arts Centre (IFYAC) is excited to kick off the holiday season with the regional premiere of Elf the Musical, Nov. 13-14 and 16-18.

Idaho National Laboratory Coding Coalition Offers Grants, Support for Idaho Schools

Idaho National Laboratory’s K-12 Education Enrichment Program has opened registration for its Coding Coalition, which will support extracurricular cybersecurity competitions in Idaho high schools.

United Way for Education

During these ever-changing times, we remain especially concerned about the resources available and the financial stability of our ALICE population.

On Course for a Nuclear Research Career

Kristen Geddes’s medical condition may have temporarily prevented her from activities she loves, but it didn’t deter her from the steadfast pursuit of a college degree.

Battle of the Bands

All-ages stage-music competition set for Oct. 16-17.

From Classroom to Application

There is a unique non-profit in Rexburg, Idaho that is focused on delivering just this sort of a learning opportunity for the local undergraduate students.

Nuclear Fanfare

Robin Roper didn’t have to look far and long to find her love for chemical engineering.

The Art of Living

In these trying times, almost all of us have turned to the arts in some way or another for comfort and sometimes understanding.

Coalition of Idaho Charter School Families Launch Campaign to Highlight Idaho's Virtual Charter Schools

The Coalition of Idaho Charter School Families (CSF) announced a campaign to highlight the experts in online education, Idaho’s Virtual Charter Schools.

Support Students in Coming the School Year

Idaho Business for Education is launching a new phase of its Close the Divide campaign to get computers and internet service to students who do not have these learning tools at home.

Say Hello to Alturas Prep

Earlier this year, Alturas Academy announced they would be expanding their services from grades K-5 with a high school that will instruct students grades 6-12 with the opening of Alturas Prep.

Presenting the Class of 2020

Adjustments, including drive-by celebrations, drive-in graduations, hanging banners and much more were made to honor 2020 graduates.

Charter School Going in a New Direction

Taylor’s Crossing has hired Seth H. Boyle as the new Superintendent and Administrator for the charter school in Ammon.