The West Ada School District is based in Meridian, Idaho and is the largest and fastest-growing school districts in Idaho. The district operates public schools in Eagle, Star, Kuna, and western Boise. The district also has jurisdiction in parts of Garden City, rural areas in western and central Ada County, and small portions of eastern Canyon County.
Public Primary & Secondary Education
Eagle public schools are within the West Ada School District. West Ada School District provides quality education - emphasizing skills, knowledge and character development that enables students to reach their potential, become contributing members of society, and capable of adapting to a changing, diverse world. At West Ada, they believe that children are our community’s most valuable asset.
Public primary and secondary education schools include:
- Eagle Academy (Alternative High School)
- Eagle Elementary School of the Arts (Elementary)
- Eagle High School (High School)
- Eagle Hills Elementary (Elementary)
- Eagle Middle School (Middle School)
- Galileo STEM Academy (Elementary and Middle School)
- Idaho Fine Arts Academy (High School)
- Seven Oaks Elementary (Elementary)
West Ada School District offers college and career planning opportunities through various programs. The Career and Technical Magnet Programs, otherwise known as professional-technical education programs are career-training classes leading to industry certifications, college credits, and/or industry externship or internships.
Non-Magnet Career and Technical Education courses are offered a typical elective class. Dual Credit is a program allowing high school students to simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma and a postsecondary degree or certificate. Technical Competency Credit (TCC) allows high school students to document proficiency in the skills and abilities they develop in approved high school CTE programs and translate that into technical college credits.
For CTE high school programs that are SkillStack aligned, students are given an opportunity to earn a SkillStack badge. To learn more about badging, watch this short video, Introduction to Idaho SkillStack.
High School Mastery Learning
High school mastery learning is a personalized learning regimen that empowers every student to receive the content that they are ready for, in a manner in which they can learn it, and in a way that is relevant to their lives, their past experiences, and their future goals. These blended learning models are available at the high school level.
Private Primary & Secondary Education & Non-Traditional Schools
Along with the rich selection of public schools, Eagle also affords an excellent choice of private and alternative learning type schools so that you may find the right academic fit for your child.
Private primary and secondary education schools include:
- Brynlee Academy (Elementary)
- Eagle Adventist Christian School (Grades 1 to 8)
- Hall Institute for the Arts (Grades 9 to 12)
- Idaho Virtual Academy - (K through 12)
- Montessori Academy (Elementary)
- North Star Public Charter School (Public Charter School)
Early Learning and Preschool Programs
- Active Minds Child Care & Preschool (Preschool)
- Brynlee Academy (Preschool)
- Eagle Adventist Christian School (Preschool and Kindergarten)
- Eagle Christian Preschool (Preschool)
- Eagle Early Learning Center (Early Learning and Preschool)
- Eagle’s Nest Montessori School (Early Learning and Preschool)
- Eagle’s Wings Preschool (Preschool)
- Montessori Academy (Early Learning and Preschool)
- Polaris Learning Center (Preschool)
Online Learning Resources
You and your child can embark on an adventure together through books and reading and many fun-filled activities every day of the year by accessing the resources available for free from DayByDayID.org provided by the Idaho Commission for Libraries’ Read to Me Program.
Khan Academy offers free practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom in subjects like; math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Khan Academy partners with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content.