Our mission is to provide a quality education necessary for students to be successful in life.
The former high school became Vera C. O'Leary Junior
High after the new high school was built.
After thirteen years in planning, the present junior high
building was dedicated on March 11, 1979. Principal Carl Snow and Idaho
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jerry Evans addressed a crowd
of some 300 persons and praised the foresight of the people of Twin Falls
for supporting the educational goals of the school district. The original
three-building complex included 121,000 square feet of floor space.
In addition to the academic building with classrooms, library and other
study facilities, the school included a 500-seat auditorium, a gymnasium,
cafeteria or hot lunch facility, and industrial arts, agriculture, and
home economic study areas.