Timberline High School is a three-year public high school located in southeast Boise, Idaho. The iconic clock tower at the school’s entrance is said to symbolize a timeless commitment to student achievement and success.
Curriculum for all students is developed by district teachers and staff. A rigorous core curriculum and student performance standards drive instruction. In order to receive a diploma, students at Timberline High School must complete the graduation requirements and Idaho State Board assessment requirements.
For students wishing to engage in more challenging courses, 25 Advanced Placement courses are offered. Many colleges grant credit for qualifying scores on AP exams.
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