Your school district’s partner for supplemental online courses

Created in 2009 by the Montana Legislature, MTDA is the state online program for Montana, supporting instruction for Montana students in partnership with public schools across the state.

Breaking down barriers to a more robust education

MTDA puts no limits on learning. Students can access their classes whenever and wherever they want, eliminating schedule conflicts, and expanding academic options, while helping many students to graduate on time. 

  • Our extensive course catalog expands access to Advanced Placement® and specialized elective courses, especially for our rural schools
  • Courses are offered during fall, spring, and summer terms
  • MTDA exclusively uses Montana public school teachers

Student Highlights: Matthew Phillips

Student Highlights: Matthew Phillips

Matthew graduated from White Sulphur Springs High School, a school with 71 students, this past spring as co-valedictorian with high honors. A previous principal was instrumental in introducing first his older brother and sister to MTDA and Matthew was eager to follow suit. He started taking classes from MTDA his freshman year because he wanted

Offering Original Credit Core and Elective Courses

Over 75 original credit courses, including AP and Dual Credit offered to High School students across Montana. Contact your local school to enroll!

Credit Recovery: Need to make up a required class?

MTDA offers a full range of core credit recovery courses
(Contact your local school to enroll)

Courses Exclusively taught by Montana Public School Teachers

New course offering for Spring 2022

Middle School Courses Now Available

Middle School Courses Now Available

We are excited to announce the expansion of MTDA middle school course offerings with our Spring 2022 Middle School Field Test.

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US History I/II Dual Credit

US History I/II Dual Credit

This course is a survey of American history from the pre-Columbian era to the Reconstruction period. It will include topics in social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history with the study of Pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. History is made up of themes, which we will address in this course. Some themes that we will address include American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, slavery, civil and human rights, imperialism, economic and technological change, immigration and migration, war and diplomacy, and the creation and evolution of the federal government.

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Montana Digital Academy
Phyllis J. Washington College of Education
The University of Montana
32 Campus Drive – Room 365
Missoula, Montana 59812
Phone: 406-203-1812
Fax: 406-203-1815

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