School Information

Booth Marian Pritchett High School has been serving pregnant and parenting teens since 1964. Our school and program are a collaboration between the Boise School District and The Salvation Army. 

We are located at the brand new Salvation Army Community Center in West Boise. Just like a traditional high school, our students have access to classrooms, a gymnasium, a consumer science room, laboratory materials, computers and more!

Our students study the same curriculum as the other district high schools.  We offer a blended model of regular classes and online classes with the support of school staff.  Booth Marian Pritchett students earn a diploma from the Boise School District.

Bus transportation is provided within the Boise School District boundaries.  Additionally, the city bus is free with student identification cards. Students who live outside of the district boundaries are responsible for their own transportation.

Booth Marian Pritchett offers on-site childcare for babies as young as ten days old in age, provided by partnership with New Horizon Academy.