Director - Ms. Kelly Brannock - 598 Lincoln - American Falls, Idaho 83211 - phone: (208) 226-5008 - fax: (208) 226-3194
Philosophy To create an environment to encourage students to formulate a significant commitment to learning, by establishing a highly qualified teaching staff with desirable small caseloads, set high expectations by holding students accountable to meet their educational objectives and assists them in discovering the ways to achieve those expectations.
Philosophical Belief: We advocate for students needs.Motto: Making Dreams Come True."

American Falls graduation ceremonies, which include the American Falls Academy graduation on Wednesday, May 26, and the American Falls High School graduation ceremony on Friday, May 28, will again be held outside this year, said American Falls School District Superintendent Randy Jensen. The graduations will be held at Brulotte Field, the football field at J.R. Simplot Elementary. Last year, the event was held outside to limit the spread of COVID19. However, it remained a popular way to view the ceremony, Jensen said. People like having the extra space to spread out. Normally the ceremonies are in the school gym. They will be watching the weather forecast, and may move the event indoors to the American Falls High School if needed,

American Falls Academy Memories 20-21.mp4

Graduation 2020-2021 Video

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American Falls Academy Staff


Ms. Kelly Brannock

High School Teacher

Mr. Kurt May

High School Math/Science

Mr. John Hunt

Middle School Teacher

Ms. Judy Mayer


Ms. JoAnn Kopp


Ms. Kelsey Herselm

Food Bank will remain open until June 3rd from 8am to 3pm. And will reopen June 29th from 8am to 2:30pm and remain open till July 17th.

Photo taken at Massacre Rocks State Park Near American Falls, Idaho "There is no limit to one's horizon, if you truly believe that you can achieve your dream..." - Unknown Author
"There is no limit to one's horizon, if you truly believe that you can achieve your dream..."- Unknown Author
"No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child." Abraham Lincoln
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"Making Dreams Come True."