The Lemhi Education Project strives to improve the lives of the citizens of Lemhi County by providing in-person, professional expertise, and connecting them with critical resources with the goal of maximizing their investments in training and education.
The educational attainment of Idahoans drops significantly after high school. Of the 50 states, Idaho ranks 21st in High School graduates, but falls to 39th place when it comes to earning a Bachelor’s Degree, and falls even further to 42nd place in earning advanced degrees. –U.S. Census Bureau
The Lemhi Education Project serves the people of the geographically isolated area of Lemhi County, Idaho, who are pursuing job skills training and college degrees.
We offer FREE services and support:
a computer lab with Wi-Fi, test proctoring and COMPASS tests, college and career advising, and assistance applying to programs. We host training courses and community education classes, and facilitate mentorships and tutoring. We are also a Pearson-VUE approved testing center, through which the GED can be taken, as well as a number of professional and technical exams.