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
Jacob Lien Wolf Point High School, Class of 2024 Jacob Lien started studying Spanish in his first year at Wolf Point High School. When that teacher left the district, his counselor, Erin Loendorf, suggested MTDA as a way to continue with Spanish. He discovered that he liked learning in the online environment. “I like working
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!
FlexCAP: Need to make up a required class?
MTDA offers a full range of core FlexCAP courses
(Contact your local school to enroll)
Courses Exclusively taught by Montana Public School Teachers
FEATURED MTDA COURSES
Child and Adolescent Development includes lessons on anatomy, physiology, terminology, birth, and human sexuality. As well, information is presented related to the reproductive systems. These lessons are not optional, nor is there an opt-out option for any of the lessons in this course. If you find them objectionable, please enroll in an alternative elective.