Artist rendering of proposed new Idaho Falls High School

D91's parents and patrons will go to the polls on Aug. 28 to vote on a bond to update and modernize our high schools. The bond proposal includes: $55.8 for a new Idaho Falls High School, $28.4 for major renovations to Skyline and $2 million to begin the conversion of the current IFHS campus into a Career Technical Education Center for a total base bond of $86.2 million.

Then, parents/patrons will have the chance to vote on $13.3 million in amenities that would include a D91 performing arts center at Skyline and innovative, flexible space at the new Idaho Falls High School that could be used for an auxiliary gym, arts performances and more.

 

 

Why build the new Idaho Falls High School on 49th South?

Available, affordable land in Idaho Falls High School's growing attendance area.  The land is close to Taylorview, which could expand opportunities for middle school students and there is lots of space to meet district's future needs. See the site image for a larger view.

What is included in the new Idaho Falls High School?

Artist rendering of proposed student commons at IFHS

 

 

Patrons will have the chance to vote on an innovative space that could be used for an auxiliary gym, for arts performances and more. See the next three images for examples of the how the space could be used for multiple purposes.   

Artist rendering of flexible space as a gymnasium 

Artist rendering of flexible space being used for choir performace 

Artist rendering of flexible space being used for art display

What will happen to the historic IFHS Campus? It will be converted to the Career Technical Center

View the floor plan and site plan of the proposed Career Technical Center

 

Infographic on how D91's Bonds Impact City of Idaho Falls Resident Taxes