Pocatello Schools

School District #25

School District #25 has 13 public elementary schools (K-5), 4 public middle schools (6-8), and 3 public high schools (9-12), in addition to several private and alternate schools. Follow the links below to view information on each school.


High School Address Phone
Century High School 7801 Diamondback Drive 208-478-6863
Highland High School 1800 Bench Road 208-237-1300
Pocatello High School 325 N. Arthur Avenue 208-233-2056
Middle School Address Phone
Alameda Middle School 845 McKinley Avenue 208-235-6800
Franklin Middle School 2271 E. Terry Street 208-233-5590
Hawthorne Middle School 1025 W. Eldredge Road 208-237-1680
Irving Middle School 911 N. Grant Avenue 208-232-3039
Elementary School Address Phone
Chubbuck Elementary School 600 W. Chastain Drive 208-237-2271
Edahow Elementary School 2020 Pocatello Creek Road 208-233-1844
Ellis Elementary School 11888 N. Whitaker Road 208-237-4742
Gate City Elementary School 2288 Hiskey Street 208-237-2503
Greenacres Elementary School 1250 E. Oak Street 208-233-2575
Indian Hills Elementary School 666 Cheyenne Avenue 208-232-4086
Jefferson Elementary School 1455 Gwen Drive 208-232-2914
Lewis & Clark Elementary School 800 Grace Drive 208-233-2552
Syringa Elementary School 388 E. Griffith Road 208-237-4040
Tendoy Elementary School 957 Alameda Road 208-233-2921
Tyhee Elementary School 12743 W. Tyhee Road 208-237-0551
Washington Elementary School 226 S. 10th Avenue 208-232-2976
Wilcox Elementary School 427 Lark Lane 208-237-6050

Idaho State University

Idaho State University offers world-class eduction from the following academic colleges and schools including nationally recognized programs in business, pharmacy, and the health sciences.

  • College of Arts and Sciences
    • School of Performing Arts
  • College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Science and Engineering
  • College of Technology
  • Kasiska Division of Health Sciences
    • College of Pharmacy
    • School of Health Professions
    • School of Nursing
    • Office of Medical and Oral Health
    • School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences

ISU coursework is taught not only in Pocatello but also at satellite campuses located in Meridian (Boise area), Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls. The Southeast Idaho Rural Vocational Technical Distance Learning Network serves rural Idaho by taking courses to area high schools.

Quality child care is available to ISU students, faculty, staff, and community members at the Early Learning Center (ELC). The ELC offers a child-centered program that provides drop-in care, after-school care, secure playground area, and healthy meals and snacks.