Community School (Sun Valley, Idaho)
|Community School Drive
Sun Valley, Idaho
|Motto||From Here... Anywhere|
|Number of students||375|
|Color(s)||Navy & White
|Athletics||IHSAA Class 1A Div. I|
|Athletics conference||North Side|
|Mascot||The cutthroat trout|
|Elevation||5,880 ft (1,790 m) AMSL|
Community School is a private school in the western United States, located in Sun Valley, Idaho. It was established in 1973 as a secondary school and moved to its present location in 1975. The school now provides pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade programs and its campus is located just south of the Sun Valley Resort alongside Trail Creek, at the northwest base of Dollar Mountain.
The school's website states: "Nestled among five mountain ranges in the heart of the Wood River Valley, Community School is a small, independent pre-k through twelfth grade college preparatory school committed to engendering a sense of community within an intellectually challenging and supportive atmosphere." 
Community School athletic teams compete in IHSAA Class 1A Division I in the North Side Conference. The school colors are navy blue and white and its mascot is a cutthroat trout. The school fields teams in soccer, cross-country, basketball, golf, tennis, and volleyball (girls). The tennis and soccer teams compete in class 3A; the Cutthroats have won eight state championships in tennis through 2012.
Students wishing to participate in sports not provided, (football, baseball, swimming) may compete at the public high school, Wood River in Hailey, a Class 4A school in the Great Basin (West) Conference.
- Tennis (3): (3A) 2009, 2010, 2012 
- Tennis (5): (3A) 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 (combined team until 2008)
Sun Valley Ski Academy
The Sun Valley Ski Academy was introduced in 2011 to provide competitive skiers and snowboarders with world-class training and coaching from the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation combined with an excellent college preparatory education at The Community School. Former World Cup racer Jonna Mendes is the recruiting director and renowned mountaineer Ed Viesturs, a local resident, is an advisor. For its second academic year of 2012–13, the program's enrollment was 56, with the majority in alpine racing, but also included athletes in cross-country, freestyle, and snowboard.
- "History". The Community School. Retrieved February 28, 2013.
- "Athletics". The Community School. Retrieved February 28, 2013.
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- "Jonna Mendes named Ski Academy recruiting director". Idaho Mountain Express. October 14, 2011. Retrieved February 28, 2013.
- O'Neil, Devon (October 26, 2011). "Sun Valley launches ski academy". ESPN. Retrieved February 28, 2012.
- "Sun Valley Ski Academy is off to early season successes". Idaho Mountain Express. February 1, 2013. Retrieved February 28, 2013.