Scores were distributed in December.
Don’t forget to use your My College QuickStart program.
The Capital Scholars Program
The Capital Scholars Program recognizes Idaho’s outstanding high school Juniors who not only rank in the top ten percent of their class but also score within the top ten percent of a national standardized test. The cut-off scores to qualify in the top 10 percent of the college entrance exams are: 27 or higher on the ACT, 1220 or higher on the critical reading and math sections of the SAT or 122 or higher on the critical reading and math sections of the PSAT. Students must have completed one of the aforementioned exams by January of their Junior year to qualify.
Selected honorees are invited, along with their parents or guardians, to an on campus program to recognize their achievements. During the program each Capital Scholar receives a renewable $1000 scholarship to Boise State University for up to five years of undergraduate studies. Students must attend the program and enroll at Boise State University the semester immediately following their high school graduation to accept the scholarship.
Students will be notified in mid March if they have been selected as Capital Scholars.
Fall College Fairs
Visit the College Fairs in Boise!
See Calendar of Events (coming soon) for more info.
Leadership Boise Academy
Leadership Boise Academy (LBA) recruits up to 57 junior-level students from the Boise, Eagle and Meridian area high schools for a five-month community leadership experience. The sessions covered in LBA are Media, Business, Healthcare, and Legal/Social. The program begins with a Setting the Stage session on a Saturday in late January. LBA students join the adult Leadership Boise class for a Community Service project in April. LBA concludes with a graduation event in May.
See or email Mrs. West (email@example.com) if you are interested in this one-of-a-kind experience.