Bonners Ferry High School

NIC's Spring 2017 Courses are out!

If you are interested in taking dual credit classes, check out NIC's Spring 2017 classes and see Mrs. Mackey.


Our Counselors

Mrs. Laura Anderson

Freshman/Sophomore Counselor



Mrs. Jenny Mackey

Junior/Senior Counselor



Mrs. Linda McLeish

IDLA Coordinator & Counseling Assistant


High School to College Paid STEM Transition Trainees

Are you an Idaho High School college-bound student who is

  • Graduating from High School in May or June 2017?
  • Planning to enter an Idaho public college or university in Fall 2017?
  • Turning 18 years old by May 15, 2017?

If you can answer ‘yes’ to ALL of the questions above, you are eligible to apply to be a High School to College STEM Transition Trainee for Summer 2017.


The Idaho STEM Action Center and Idaho INBRE are offering 10-week trainee positions for graduating high school students interested in STEM fields. The program pays each awarded to student to work full-time in an established faculty laboratory for the summer. In addition to doing guided research, students will attend professional development and scientific seminar presentations and will prepare a poster highlighting their work to be presented at the 2017 Idaho INBRE Summer Research Conference.

The High School to College Paid STEM Transition Trainee program is competitive. The number of applications we receive will exceed the number of available positions.  In order to be considered for a Traineeship we must receive your completed application including transcripts and letter of reference by the due date of January 31, 2017.  We cannot consider incomplete packets.


Awards will be announced in March 2017.


Criteria for Trainee Selection:

The following criteria will be used when choosing Trainees. These criteria will be considered as a ‘whole’ and not necessarily in the order listed.

  1. Interest in STEM
  2. Academic record, including science classes taken and GPA
  3. Reference letter from a High School Science teacher
  4. Family educational background – with preference given to first generation college students
  5. Obstacles you have overcome to obtain your education

In addition to the above criteria, preference will be given to students from a traditionally under-represented population in STEM.


Juniors: The 13th Annual Bezos Scholars Program application is due February 10, 2017! Each year, 12 high school juniors from across the U.S. are selected to be a team who demonstrate academic rigor, leadership, and a desire to create positive change in their community. Learn more at or contact Nicole Hanson at

NIC's Spring 2017 Courses are out!

Once you have registered for your Spring 2017 class, bring documentation to the counseling department so that we can add it to your PowerSchool schedule.  Thank you!