Missoula County Public Schools is committed to providing an education system that ensures every student achieves and graduates – regardless of his/her circumstances and abilities. The District is in the process of implementing a 21st Century Schools Initiative that is transforming its 17 schools into vibrant learning communities that provide more than 8,400 students with the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in the 21st Century. With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum that includes project-based learning, International Baccalaureate, dual-credit (high school/college credit) classes, Advanced Placement classes, extensive foreign language classes
(including Arabic and Mandarin Chinese) and music programs (band, choir and orchestra), the District is positioned to support the needs of all students.
The District is also working to integrate technology throughout the curricula, and is a participant in the Montana Digital Academy, which provides online coursework for Montana high school students. Parents who wish to learn more about student achievement in the District can access detailed information online at www.mcps. k12.mt.us. Parents who need to identify which school their child should attend can also access attendance boundary maps online or stop by the District’s Office at 215 South Sixth West.
MCPS continues to partner with parents and community members through Graduation Matters Missoula, an initiative that focuses on reducing the drop-out rate and graduating as many students as possible. To learn more about this project, visit www.graduationmattersmissoula.org.
Provided by Missoula County Public Schools
www.mcps.k12.mt.us; (406) 728-2400