LIFE IN IDAHO
Whichever part of this magnificent
state you choose to discover, you’ll find spectacular scenery, fun things to do and friendly, helpful people. You’ll also find a place that’s unhurried, unspoiled and unassuming.
Much of Idaho’s surface water flows out of the high mountains and is generally of high quality. Air quality is good throughout the year with the exception of winter temperature inversions and the effects of pollen in a few locations.
Idaho ranks in the top third among the 50 states for percentage of adults aged 25 and older who have graduated from high school (84.7 percent). Nearly 64% of the state’s general fund is dedicated to education and almost 94% of school age children attend public schools. Almost every city with a population over 20,000 has a college or university and six professional-technical training centers provide vocational education as well.