Clark Fork High School has a great social environment and a wonderful friendly small-town vibe. Unfortunately the good points end there. The available courses are painfully limited. The heating often went out and students were forced in typical below-freezing Idaho weather to sit through class with a video of a fireplace projected onto the whiteboard. 84 is a cheap school district in general but the lack of funding or consideration they give CFHS saps it of the ability to provide any kind of aid or benefits to the smaller school. Much of the staff is inadequate apathetic and forced to teach outside their field of knowledge to students perfectly aware they could care less about actually learning the material. The principal of the school is amusing at first but is actually a blatantly antagonistic unreasonable unprofessional uncaring man. He runs on his own agenda and cannot be reasoned with. Even politely-worded and reasonable requests have literally been met with "Shut up I don't care." Clark Fork unfortunately lacks the funding to clean up their act and as it is it is a poor institute of education. When asked by my peers I tell them I graduated from Sandpoint.
Clark Fork Jr-Sr High School is a public high school in Clark Fork. 111 students go to Clark Fork Jr-Sr High School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander. 68% of the 111 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Clark Fork Jr-Sr High School is 11:1. Elk Mountain Academy is one of the nearest high schools.
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||4%||0%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0%||1%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||68%||53%|