About Coeur d’Alene Education

Coeur d? Alene School District

CdA School District has 2 high schools, 3 middle schools, 1 alternative? high/middle school and 10 elementary schools. All the schools are accredited.

Coeur d'Alene Area EducationThe district works hard to provide many learning and enrichment opportunities to help all? its students meet Idaho’s new Performance Standards. In addition to numerous Honors? and Advanced Placement courses, high school student who quality many enter a dual? enrollment program with North Idaho College or take advanced, technical and specialized? courses at Riverbend Professional Technical Academy, a collaborative effort with Post? Falls, Coeur d? Alene, and Lakeland School District.

The Coeur d? Alene School District enjoys strong support of the business community and? governmental agencies, Partnerships with the Coeur d?Alene Police Department and? Kootenai Medical Center provide five resource officers and four school nurses.

North Idaho College

Founded in 1933, North Idaho College is a comprehensive community college offering a? wide array of academic, professional-technical and workforce training programs. NIC? enrolls over 4,200 students in academic courses, and an additional 8,000 through their? Workforce Training Center in Post Falls. The college?s beautiful 44 acre campus is located? on the shores of Lake Coeur d? Alene and the Spokane River, making it a perfect setting? for its excellent outdoor recreation program. A new state-of-the-art residence hall is? home to 200 on campus residents and a newly remodeled Student Union is the center of? numerous student actives and services. The college is well-known for it excellent nursing? program and nationally acclaimed, award- winning student newspaper.

NIC serves as a center for the performing arts, is home to an outstanding intercollegiate? athletic program, and is the site for various community-sponsored events. NIC?s 1,148-? seat auditorium houses performances by the choir, jazz and symphonic bands, madrigal? singers and theatre groups. Complementing the arts is a fully array of athletic teams? including the Cardinal wrestling team that has won twelve national championships.

NIC Instructors are dedicated teachers, committed to students success which is enhanced? by a small average class size of twenty. Credits earned for an Associate of Arts or? Associate of Science degree transfer automatically to any Idaho public college or? university and as an accredited college, NIC credits transfer to most institutions across? the country. For more information call the NIC admissions office at 208-769-3311.

Lewis-Clark State College

Located on the North Idaho College campus, Lewis-Clark State College: Coeur d? Alene? offers baccalaureate degrees in Business, Administration, Communication Arts, General? Studies, Justice Studies, Nursing (BSN) and Social Work (BSW). Courses are offered in? intensive formatted mainly in the evening and weekends to meet the needs of working? students, eligible students may earn college credit for work and military and? vocation/technical experiences to apply to certain degrees.

The University of Idaho, Coeur d’Alene

The University of Idaho: Coeur d? Alene was established in 1981 to provide continued? growth in a wide range of quality education opportunities for Coeur d? Alene residents.? Programs include degrees in elementary education, K-12 physical education, K-12? special education, and environmental science. Graduate degrees include education,? education administration, counseling and human services, vocational teacher and adult? education, and two specialist degrees.


The UI: Cd?A, in collaboration with other education institutions and community groups,? has assumed an active role in education and research projects and provides the most? current technological advances for public school teachers and students, The Northern? Idaho Center for Higher Education (NICHE) is a coalition of UI, North Idaho College, Lewis-? Clark State College, and Idaho State University to combine services for expanded? educational opportunities. The directors of the UI: Cd?A, Washington State University:? Spokane, and Gonzaga University are collaborating the combine programs to assist the? communities of eastern Washington and northern Idaho.

The UI Research Park is the inland Northwest?s campus focus for research and technology? companies wanting to create or continue working relationship with the University. At its? completion, the park will be home to approximately 25 large companies and many? smaller, technology-based companies, which will interact with the University and each? other.


Research Local Schools


Local School Contacts

Coeur d? Alene District #271

www.cdaschools.org ?(208) 664-8241

District Administration Office- 311 N 10th St


Borah ? 632 E Borah Ave?(208) 664-5844

Bryan ? 802 E Harrison Ave,?(208) 664-3237

Dalton Gardens ? 6225 N Mt. Carroll?(208) 772-5364

Fernan ? 520 N 21st, (208) 664-2659

Hayden Kindercenter ? 9650 N Government Way (208) 763-0800

Hayden Meadows ? 900 E Hayden Ave?(208) 772-5006

Ramsey ? 1351 W Kathleen Ave?(208) 765-2010

Skyway ? 6621 Courcelles Parkway, ?(208) 664-8998

Sorensen ? 9th? St. and Coeur d? Alene Ave,?(208) 664-2822

Winton -920 W La Crosse Ave,?(208) 664-3440


Canfield Middle School ? 1800 E Dalton Ave, (208) 664-9188

Lakes Middle School ? 930 N 15th,?(208) 667-4544

Woodland Middle School ? 2101 W St Michelle Ave, (208) 667-5994

Coeur d? Alene High School ? 5530 N 4th Ave,?(208) 667-4507

Lake City High School ? 6101 N Ramsey Rd,?(208) 769-0769


Post Falls District #273

Administration Office ? 206 W Mullan Av

www.pfsd.org ?(208) 773-5411

Post Falls Elementary:

Mullan ? 300 Cherry Ave,?(208) 457-0772

Ponderosa ? 3483 E Ponderosa Blvd, (208) 773-1508

Prairie View ? 2478 E Poleline Ave, ?(208) 773-8327

Seltice ? 1101 N Chase Rd, ?(208) 773-1681

Post Falls Secondary:

Post Falls Middle School ? 301 E 16th Ave, (208) 773-7554

River City Middle School ? 1505 N Fir St, (208) 457-0933

Post Falls High School ? 2832 e Poleline Ave,?(208) 773-0581

LakeLand District #272:

Administration Office ? 1564 Washington St


(208) 687-0431


Athol ? 6333 E Menser Ave,?(208) 683-2231

Betty Kiefer ? 13898 N Schooner St,?(208) 687-5206

Garwood ? 17506 N Ramsey Rd,?(208) 687-1265

John L. Brown ? 15574 N Washington St,(208) 687-0551

Spirit Lake ? 32605 N 5th Ave, ?(208) 623-5870

Twin Lakes ? 5326 W Rice Rd,?(208) 687-5870


Lakeland Jr. High School ? 15601 N Highway 41(208) 687-0661
Timberlake Jr. High School ? 5830 W Blackwell Blvd(208) 623-2582
Lakeland High School ? 7006 W Highway 53(208) 687-0181
Timberlake High School ? 5973 W Highway 54(208) 687-6303


Private Schools

Challenger Christian Day School ? 810 N Chase Rd(208) 773-5200
Classical Christian Academy ? 3263 E 12th Ave(208) 777-4400
Falls Christian Academy ? 1687 E Horsehaven Ave(208) 777-0457
Holy Family Catholic School ? 406 N 10th St(208) 765-4327
Lake City Junior Academy ? 111 E Locust Ave(208) 667-0877
Lighthouse Academy ? 4000 N 4th Ave(208) 667-1655
Mountain View Elementary(208) 676-8565
North Idaho Christian School ? 251 W Miles Ave(208) 772-7546


Alternative Schools

Project Cd?A ? 725 E Hazel Ave(208) 667-7460
Mountain View Alternative High School ? 7802 W Main(208) 687-0025
New Vision High School ? 205 W Mullan Ave(208) 773-3541


Other Schools

Coeur d? Alene Charter Academy ? 4904 N Duncan Dr, ?(208) 676-1167


Eastern Washing Univ. ? 19213 W Cameron Rd (Cheney)(509) 359-7916
Gonzaga University ? 502 E Boone Ave (Spokane)(509) 328-4220
(800) 986-9585
Lewis-Clark State College ? 100 W Hubbard Ave(208) 792-5272
North Idaho College ? 1000 W Garden Ave(208) 769-3300
University of Idaho: Coeur d? Alene ? 1000 W Hubbard Ave(208) 667-2588
University of Idaho ? 312 W A St (Moscow)(208) 885-6326
Washington State University ? 225 N Grand Ave (Pullman)(509) 335-8633
Whitworth College ? 300 W Hawthorne Rd (Spokane)(509) 777-1000


The above information is an excerpt from the North Idaho Relocation Guide courtesy of Windermere Coeur d’Alene Realty.

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