Declo High School

A Tradition of Excellence


Welcome to Declo High School, home of the Mighty Hornets. Our school sits at the base of the Declo Mountain and is the heart of our rural agricultural community. Our mission is to provide an education which is a bridge to a lifetime of learning. As a faculty we are excited to work with the students attending our school and welcome all who desire to help us accomplish this mission. GO HORNETS!


  • Declo Senior High School Bulletin for January 26 - 30, 2015


    Monday: Finger Steaks.

    Tuesday: Pizza Ripper or Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich.

    Wednesday: Rice Bowl w/ Sweet and Sour Chicken or Hamburger.

    Thursday: Macho Nacho or Uncrustable.

    Friday: Deli sandwich or Chicken sandwich.


    We are looking for 3 individuals who would like to share their talent for our "Declo's Got Talent" show next Wednesday. Please see Mr. Bott if you are interested.


    Tuesday: Senior boys interested in doing Mr. DHS, there will be a meeting at 11:45am in the Teleconference room.

    Thursday: Senior parent meeting at 7pm in the Library to plan the senior party.

    Week's Activities:

    Monday: Early Release at 12:55PM.

    Tuesday: GBB at Kimberly at 4:30pm. JV & V leave at 4:45pm.

    Tuesday: WR at home with Burley at 6pm.

    Wednesday: Declo's Got Talent at 9:45am in the Auditorium.

    Wednesday: BBB at home with Buhl at 4:30pm.

    Friday: BBB at Wendell at 6pm.. Bus leaves at 4:15pm.

    Saturday: BBB at Dietrich at 6pm. Bus leaves at 4:15pm.


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  • Coaches Needed. We are currently looking for girls, J.V., and freshmen basketball coaches. If you are interested or know someone who would be qualified for one of these positions please complete the application on the district web page. You may also contact Roland Bott at 654-2030 or by email at
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Grades Pay!

  • Students With “A” Grades Could Help Win $1,000 For STEM At Your School
    The Zions Bank Pays for A’s program has rewarded hardworking students for more than a decade, paying 7-12th graders for more than half a million A’s on their report cards and awarding scholarship savings accounts.
    Now We’d Like to Reward A South Central Idaho School
    At the end of the 2014-2015 school year, Zions Bank will give away $1,000 to a South Central Idaho Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) teacher for use in the classroom. The prize will go to the school with the largest percentage of students participating in the Pays for A’s program. From Bunsen burners to Computer Aided Drafting, Zions Bank is proud to support efforts to ensure Idaho students stay competitive in a global marketplace.
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Senior Info!

  • There will be a meeting for senior parents who are interested in helping plan the all-night party.  There are several committees that we will need help with.  Our first meeting will be on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 7pm in the Library.  If you have questions, contact Linda Christensen at the school- 654-2030 or Brooke Schroeder at 678-2559.
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