Education

A skilled and talented workforce begins with the foundation of quality education, starting at the pre-K level. Eagle offers diverse, high-quality public and private educational education options, starting from early childhood learning, all the way through high school and post-secondary offerings. Being perfectly situated around 12 colleges offering associate's degrees or certificates, and 14 universities offering Bachelor's degrees or higher. In addition to the traditional 4-year college education, trade and technical schools offer specific vocational and career training for a wide variety of skilled careers.

Educational Attainment 2017 for Adult Population 25 Years & Older

Education Eagle Ada County Metro Region
Elementary or Some High School 4.05%  5.37%  8.57%  8.85%
High School Graduates 16.75%  21.85%  25.7%  26.23%
Some College 25.73%  25.11%  24.82%  25.12%
Associates Degree 9.06%  9.65%  9.34%  9.35%
Bachelors Degree 29.51%  25.34%  21.29%  20.56%
Grade Degree 14.91%  12.7%  10.28%  9.89%
Total with Degrees 53.48%  47.69%  40.91%  39.8%
Total with Bachelor's Degree & Higher 44.42%  38.04%  31.57%  30.45%

Pre-K Through 12 Education

For more information on Pre-K through 12 Education, see the Pre-K through 12 Education page.

Higher Education

For more information on Higher Education, see the Higher Education page.