High school can be some of the best years you ever experienced in your life. There are so many areas of life you can discover about yourself including your direction in life, friendships you never thought you'd have, and of course, your ability to excel in sports.

The biggest stage in life?

Some people like to talk about "that person" you went to school with who "peaked" in high school. It happens all the time but honestly, you can't blame those people who some say may have "peaked."

If anything, they took full advantage of their time in school and it's now engrained in memory as their "prime." One of the best memories someone can create while in high school is in the arena of sports... no pun intended.

Idaho is also known for producing some amazing athletes over the years. Out of Sandpoint High School Class of 1954 for example, we have Jerry Kramer who won five NFL championships with the Green Bay Packers.

How about Matt Paradis who was a part of Council High School's Class of 2009 and went on to win a Superbowl with the Denver Broncos in 2016?

But, we're not here to talk about famous athletes but rather, the schools that produce these amazing talents. Which Idaho high school is the best for sports?

Using data from Niche, we were able to look at twenty-five different high schools to determine just that. This data is based on parent and student surveys on sports, total high school enrollment, K-12 sports championships, number of sports, and athletic participation rates.

Who's number one?

LOOK: Best high schools for sports in Idaho

Stacker compiled a list of the best high schools for sports in Idaho using data from Niche.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

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10 US State Which Your Child Is Least Likely To Become A Sports Star

The total number of current athletes from each state was acquired from Sports Reference and added together to calculate the total amount of athletes across the four major sports leagues from each state. This number was then divided into the number of male births in each respective state from the most recent available data.

The number of male births was assumed by dividing the total number of births in half, assuming that births are 50% male and 50% female.

Gallery Credit: Kyle Matthews

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