Kimberly District


The Kimberly District in Idaho is home to 6 schools, including 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school, and 1 alternative school. The district serves a predominantly white student population, with the Kimberly High School standing out as the top-performing school in the area. With a consistent 4-star rating and a 22nd place ranking out of 106 Idaho high schools, Kimberly High School boasts a strong academic record, including an above-average 89.1% four-year graduation rate and a lower chronic absenteeism rate of 12.5% compared to other schools in the district.

Among the elementary schools, Stricker Elementary School has outperformed the district and state averages in ISAT Math proficiency for grades 3 and 4, ranking 145th out of 252 Idaho elementary schools with a 2-star rating. In contrast, Kimberly Elementary School and Rise Charter School scored below the district and state averages in grade 8 ISAT Math, suggesting a need to investigate the underlying factors contributing to the performance gap between the elementary schools.

The Kimberly District also faces challenges, such as relatively high chronic absenteeism rates across the schools, particularly at the middle school and alternative school levels. Additionally, the variation in free/reduced lunch rates, ranging from 23.7% at Kimberly High School to 36.91% at Kimberly Elementary School, could be an indicator of socioeconomic differences within the district that may impact student learning and resource allocation. Overall, the data provides a comprehensive overview of the schools in the Kimberly District, highlighting both strengths and areas for improvement to ensure equitable and high-quality education for all students.

District Detail

 141 Center Street West
Kimberly, ID 83341-1753

 (208) 423-4170

SchoolDigger Rank:
33rd of 56 Idaho districts

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Grades served: PK, KG-12
Students: 2,153

Primary Schools: 2
Middle Schools: 1
High Schools: 1
Alternative Schools: 1

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SchoolDigger data sources: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Census Bureau and the Idaho Department of Education.

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