Bonneville Online High School

Students in grades 6–12 who live in Southeastern Idaho, as far west as Jerome, north to Sun Valley, and east to Idaho Falls, may access Williamsburg courses tuition free if they enroll at Bonneville Online High School (“BOHS”). If you live outside this geographical region, and you are willing to drive to Idaho Falls once a year for testing, you can still apply and Bonneville may make exceptions to the geographical boundaries on a case-by-case basis.

How to register if you are a new student to BOHS:

  1. Complete Bonneville’s registration form. Feel free to move on to the next steps while completing this process, just be aware that Bonneville cannot pay for your Williamsburg courses if you do not complete the registration process.
    1. Bonneville students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 10 are required to travel to Idaho Falls once a year for state testing. It may be a possibility to test in your local school district.
    2. 11th grade students are required to travel to Idaho Falls once a year to complete graduation requirements to take the SAT. Students can choose to pay for the ACT or SAT in their local area and send their test scores to BOHS to meet this requirement.
    3. All Bonneville students in grades 6, 7, 8 are required to participate in online benchmark testing three times per year.
    4. All Bonneville students must be enrolled full-time (minimum 6 courses), either by taking a full-time Williamsburg load, or splitting the load between Williamsburg and Bonneville courses.  Students cannot be enrolled part-time with Williamsburg and part-time home schooled.
    5. With registration, students will become full-time Bonneville Online High School students, enrolled in Bonneville Joint School District 93 and will be reported to the state as full-time attending District 93.
    6. A $75 curriculum deposit check must be mailed to (3497 N. Ammon Road, Idaho Falls, ID 83401) or dropped off at (3385 East Iona Road, Idaho Falls, ID 83401) the Bonneville offices. This deposit will be returned after credits are awarded and upon final withdrawal or graduation.
    7. Once registered, Bonneville will provide students with books required by Williamsburg courses, as requested.  Students may be required to provide some class materials (such as lab supplies) themselves.
  2. Register for Williamsburg Academy courses by following these registration instructions. As you complete those instructions, be sure to register for both Fall and Winter Semesters at the same time. At the end of the process, be sure to specify that Bonneville is the “school of record.” For what courses should you register?
    1. Grades 6–8: Students should follow Williamsburg’s standard course recommendations. To view these recommendations, scroll over “Enrollment” and find the relevant grade under “Select My Courses.”
    2. Grades 9–12: Students should follow Williamsburg’s standard course recommendations, with a couple of exceptions. To view these recommendations, scroll over “Enrollment” and select the relevant grade under “Select My Courses.” The exceptions are as follows: Bonneville seniors must take World Lit A/B, and all Bonneville students must take Speech, Debate, or Journalism at one point in their high school career to cover Idaho’s “Speech” standards. Each student may also take the Elevation outdoor course in place of an online PE course once per school year (August Elevation is part of Fall Semester; May Elevation is part of Winter Semester).  If you choose to enroll in additional Elevation sessions you must pay for them yourself.  If you have already completed one of the recommended courses, select the next year’s recommended course instead; for example, if you are in 10th grade and have already completed the recommended social studies course, sign up instead for the 11th grade social studies course.
  3. Questions? For Bonneville registration or enrollment questions, contact Jenn Parsons, parsonsj@d93.k12.kid.us, 208-557-6879 (summer hours: Mon-Wed 10am – 2pm MST).  For questions about Williamsburg courses, contact the Customer Service Team by calling 800-200-6869 (Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm MST), or email info@williamsburged.org.

How to register if you are a returning student to BOHS:

  1. Complete Bonneville’s registration form. You will need your District #93 student number, if you don’t remember it please contact the BOHS office. Feel free to move on to the next steps while completing this process, just be aware that Bonneville cannot pay for your Williamsburg courses if you do not complete the registration process.
    1. Bonneville students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 10 are required to travel to Idaho Falls once a year for state testing. It may be a possibility to test in your local school district.
    2. 11th gradestudents are required to travel to Idaho Falls once a year to complete graduation requirements to take the SAT. Students can choose to pay for the ACT or SAT in their local area and send their test scores to BOHS to meet this requirement.
    3. All Bonneville students in grades 6, 7, 8 are required to participate in online benchmark testing three times per year.
    4. All Bonneville students must be enrolled full-time (minimum 6 courses), either by taking a full-time Williamsburg load, or splitting the load between Williamsburg and Bonneville courses.  Students cannot be enrolled part-time with Williamsburg and part-time home schooled.
    5. With registration, students will become full-time Bonneville Online High School students, enrolled in Bonneville Joint School District 93 and will be reported to the state as full-time attending District 93.
    6. A $75 curriculum deposit check must be mailed to (3497 N. Ammon Road, Idaho Falls, ID 83401) or dropped off at (3385 East Iona Road, Idaho Falls, ID 83401) the Bonneville offices. This deposit will be returned after credits are awarded and upon final withdrawal or graduation.
    7. Once registered, Bonneville will provide students with books required by Williamsburg courses, as requested.  Students may be required to provide some class materials (such as lab supplies) themselves.
  2. Register for Williamsburg Academy courses by following these registration instructions. As you complete those instructions, be sure to register for both Fall and Winter Semesters at the same time. At the end of the process, be sure to specify that Bonneville is the “school of record.” For what courses should you register?
    1. Grades 6–8: Students should follow Williamsburg’s standard course recommendations. To view these recommendations, scroll over “Enrollment” and find the relevant grade under “Select My Courses.”
    2. Grades 9–12: Students should follow Williamsburg’s standard course recommendations, with a couple of exceptions. To view these recommendations, scroll over “Enrollment” and select the relevant grade under “Select My Courses.” The exceptions are as follows: Bonneville seniors must take World Lit A/B, and all Bonneville students must take Speech, Debate, or Journalism at one point in their high school career to cover Idaho’s “Speech” standards. Each student may also take the Elevation outdoor course in place of an online PE course once per school year (August Elevation is part of Fall Semester; May Elevation is part of Winter Semester).  If you choose to enroll in additional Elevation sessions you must pay for them yourself.  If you have already completed one of the recommended courses, select the next year’s recommended course instead; for example, if you are in 10th grade and have already completed the recommended social studies course, sign up instead for the 11th grade social studies course.
  3. Questions? For Bonneville registration or enrollment questions, contact Jenn Parsons, parsonsj@d93.k12.kid.us, 208-557-6879 (summer hours: Mon-Wed 10am – 2pm MST).  For questions about Williamsburg courses, contact the Customer Service Team by calling 800-200-6869 (Mon-Fri 9am – 5pm MST), or email info@williamsburged.org.

Core Registration Requirements for BOHS:

Williamsburg CourseBonneville Online High CourseGrade Level
Social Studies: Need 7 Credits
U.S. History AUS History 11A10th Grade
U.S. History BUS History 11B10th Grade
Social Leadership ASocial Problems I10th Grade
Government & Econ AAmerican Government A11th Grade
Government & Econ BAmerican Government B11th Grade
Financial LeadershipEconomics11th Grade
World CivilizationsWorld History A12th Grade
English: Need 8 Credits
Writing AEnglish 9A9th Grade
Writing BEnglish 9B9th Grade
Honors Writing AHonors English 9A9th Grade
Honors Writing BHonors English 9B9th Grade
American Literature AEnglish 10 A10th Grade
American Literature BEnglish 10 B10th Grade
Political Literature English 11A11th Grade
Short StoriesEnglish 11B11th Grade
World Literature AEnglish 12A12th Grade
World Literature BEnglish 12B12th Grade
Mathematics: Need 6 Credits (2 credits must be in Senior Year)
Algebra 1AAlgebra 1A9th or 10th Grade
Algebra 1BAlgebra 1B9th or 10th Grade
High School Math 1AAlgebra 1A9th or 10th Grade
High School Math 1BAlgebra 1B9th or 10th Grade
Geometry AGeometry A10th or 11th Grade
Geometry BGeometry B10th or 11th Grade
Algebra 2AAlgebra 2A10th or 11th Grade
Algebra 2BAlgebra 2B10th or 11th Grade
High School Math 2AGeometry A10th or 11th Grade
High School Math 2BGeometry B10th or 11th Grade
Pre-Calculus APre-Calculus A11th or 12th Grade
Pre-Calculus BPre-Calculus B11th or 12th Grade
High School Math 3AAlgebra 2A12th Grade
High School Math 3BAlgebra 2B12th Grade
PreAlgebra ADoes Not Count Towards the 6 credits9th Grade
PreAlgebra BDoes Not Count Towards the 6 credits9th Grade
Science: Need 6 Credits
Earth Science AEarth Science A9th Grade
Earth Science BEarth Science B9th Grade
Astronomy AAstronomy9th, 11th or 12th Grade
Astronomy BPhysical Science - Physics9th, 11th or 12th Grade
Biology ABiology A10th Grade
Biology BBiology B10th Grade
Chemistry AChemistry A11th or 12th Grade
Chemistry BChemistry B11th or 12th Grade
Physics APhysics A11th or 12th Grade
Physics BPhysics B11th or 12th Grade
Communications: Need 1 Credit
DebateCommunications
Public SpeakingCommunications
Senior Project: Need 1 Credit
Geography & World EventsSenior Project12th Grade
Health: Need 1 Credit
Mind & Body StewardshipHealth10th Grade
Humanities: Need 2 Credits
Can be any Fine Art, Foreign Language, and Journalism Courses