The Montana Digital Academy is Montana’s state virtual school located in the Phyllis J. Washington Center on the University of Montana campus in Missoula. The MTDA web site address is http://montanadigitalacademy.org .
MTDA serves Montana’s students with a variety of programs. MTDA Original Credit programs are online courses, taught in a traditional schedule format. They cover a range of core courses (like English II, US Government, and Geometry) to unique and popular electives (like Oceanography, AP Computer Science, and Criminology). MTDA provides the course, which is taught by a Montana public school teacher. A full course catalog is available at http://montanadigitalacademy.org/programs/course-catalog/ .

Dual Credit Courses
Choteau Schools is in partnership with Great Falls College-MSU providing dual credit classes for our students. Courses like Writing 101, Psychology, and Sociology are among the many offered so students may gain high school credit as well as college credit. The fees are approximately $160 for three college credits. This is a great way for college-bound students to finish high school requirements and also take core college courses at a great financial value. Great Falls College-MSU’s web site is http://gfcmsu.edu/ .

For information on either of these programs, please contact the school at 466-5303 and ask for:
Mrs. Johnson (counselor) – e-mail: shelly.johnson@choteauschools.net
or
Mrs. Depner (distance learning facilitator) – e-mail: lorran.depner@choteauschools.net