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Campus Policies

Idaho is a beautiful place. We are surrounded by mountains and you can do just about anything you want within an hour of campus. Between the famous St. Anthony sand dunes and Jackson Hole Wyoming, Idaho will not disappoint. 

We want you to be comfortable and happy during your stay at IHS. For this reason, we will provide housing for the duration of the course you choose free of charge. TV and WIFI will be available in the dorms. There are 2 major cities about 20 minutes driving distance from the school to do any shopping you may need. 

Admission Requirements.

Due to the physical nature of the trade, we require that the applicant be physically fit and in good health. If an applicant has any special needs or requirements, they must contact a school administrator before enrolling the course. Students must be between the age 18-65. 

 

Dismissed Students.

Students will be dismissed from campus and courses without a refund for the following reasons:

  • Possession of illegal drugs on campus

  • Sexual harassment of anyone

  • Stealing another's private property

Students will loose housing privileges for the following reasons:

  • Not completing chores

  • Destruction of property

  • Possession of alcohol on campus

  • More than 3 unexcused absences 

Grading Policy.

Students will be evaluated through testing every week. These tests will include both a written and practical portion. In order to receive a certificate of completion, students must average above a 75% on all of the written and practical tests.

Release.

Working with animals and hot metal can be dangerous. For this reason we ask that all students sign a release waiver before starting their enrollment. Waivers will be provided on your first day of class. 

 

Attendance.

Idaho Horseshoeing School requires that students attend class daily, Monday-Friday. If a student has more than 3 unexcused absences, they must complete the missed work on their own time and will loose housing privileges. 

Pet Policy

Pets are not allowed on campus, on housing properties, or inside housing units. We are apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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