Student Council at Boise High School is up to something pretty special these days and they're asking for the community to lend a helping hand to their cause.

We came across the information on Facebook over the weekend-- the help is for Boise High's "Prom Closet".  Having lived through the high school years ourselves, we can remember what an exciting and fun time that prom was. You get to dress up, go out, dance, and have fun with friends and a date! It's crazy how BIG those small things really felt when you're that age.

Boise High's Prom Closet aims to make a fun prom POSSIBLE for students in need. Prom is on April 30th--it's coming up quick--and not every student can say that it's the easiest task in the world. Many students may find themselves without access to clothes such as dresses, suits, pants, and ties.

Gas prices are through the roof, we're navigating our way out of a multi-year global pandemic-- now more than ever in recent history, students and families may be feeling the need for a helping hand and the Boise High School Prom Closet is just one way that student council can help meet their fellow students where they're at.

Have an old prom dress, suit, or some ties that you may never wear again? It's all being accepted at Boise High's office during school hours.

Prom is on April 30th.

High School was a weird time for all of us-- but have you ever taken the time to lookup REVIEWS of our local high schools? They're good for a laugh... 

25 Hilariously Ridiculous Reviews of High Schools In and Around Boise

Typically, you cruise Google reviews for recommendations when for things like restaurants or where to stay on vacation but they'll accept reviews for just about anything! That includes the high schools many of us went to. Check out some of the funniest ones we found.

Which Idaho high schools actually rank as best here in Idaho? KEEP SCROLLING to find out: 

Idaho's Top 10 Best Public High Schools

According to the rankings on, these schools earned the distinction of the best public high schools in the Gem State. Factors considered included academics, teachers, clubs & activities, administration, food, diversity, college prep, health & safety, sports and resources & facilities.

Alright-- we don't care how weird this is, but we can still SMELL "dissection day"...

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