Timberline High School (Boise, Idaho)


Timberline High School (Boise, Idaho)

Infobox school
name = Timberline High School

motto =
established = 1998
type = Public
grades = 10-12
students = 1,065
faculty = 62
city = Boise
state = Idaho
country = USA
free_label = IHSAA Division
free_text = 5A
oversight =
principal = Rich Webb
mascot = Wolves
colors = Royal Blue, Silver, and Black
yearbook =
newspaper =
website = [http://timberline-hs.schoolfusion.us/ Timberline Wolves]

Timberline High School is a public high school in Boise, Idaho. Opened in August 1998, it is the fourth and newest public high school in the city, serving the southeast portion of the Boise School District. [http://timberline-hs.schoolfusion.us/]

Other high schools in Boise

* Boise High School - 1902
* Borah High School - 1958
* Capital High School - 1966

Academic achievements

Timberline students placed in the top 16 teams in the United States Department of Energy National Science Bowl out of 65 elite teams nationwide. Timberline also took first place in the JETS TEAMS engineering competition held at Boise State University in 2006 and 2007.

Athletics

Timberline is host to various school sponsored and club sports including football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, baseball, lacrosse, cross-country, hockey, tennis, wrestling, track and field, golf, and cheer squad.

Besides sports, there is also the Timberline High Alpha Wolf Award, which is a prestigious award given to notable students that excel in sports, academics, and activities in the school. Students are given an official certificate signed by the principal.

Notable alumni

* Jeret Peterson (2000), Olympic skier - freestyle aerials

References


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