About 30 percent of students at the College of Southern Idaho are still in high school, the college's president told the state Board of Education on Thursday. CSI President Jeff Fox said more than 4,000 high school students from 32 Idaho counties are expected to take dual-credit classes this school year. "That's a significant change in our student population and diversity," Fox said. You can read a full report here from the AP and the Twin Falls Times-News. The College of Southern Idaho is a community college based in Twin Falls.