New course opportunities through Conrad High

08_yellowbird_1300PRETTY BIRD  — To our bird watching friends, the I-O would love to have a little help in identifying this pretty yellow bird. It was caught on camera while sitting in the pine tree at Stratman’s house after it hit a window. It perched on the branch for a moment before flying away.  I-O Photo by Barb Stratman

 

 

 

Montana Digital Academy (MTDA) is a state-sponsored program specifically designed to provide unique educational opportunities to Montana students and schools.

MTDA offers high school courses for both credit recovery and original credit, dual enrollment, and Advanced Placement (AP) classes in a flexible online format, allowing students to take classes their schools’ don’t offer, make up classes they fail, and avoid scheduling conflicts.

Coursework can be accessed from any computer with internet capabilities, though most students complete the coursework at school during their study hall.

Conrad High School is pleased to offer the following opportunities for students through Montana Digital Academy:

Original Credit High School Courses & AP Courses

MTDA offers courses in career and technical education, English/language arts, fine arts, health and physical education, math, music, science, social studies and history, and world languages. Courses are taught by certified Montana educators and are provided free to students.

Dual Credit Courses

Students enrolled in a dual credit course receive both high school and college credit. Our courses are provided by MSU - Great Falls College of Technology.

There is a fee for these courses since college credit is awarded.  The following link shows dual credit course options: http://montanadigitalacademy.org/dual-credit-information .

Enrollment is currently open for fall classes.  For more information about any of these courses contact Karen Lee at 278-5807, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .