Montana Digital Academy is extremely proud of its outstanding students, teachers, administration, and board members. This page is dedicated to sharing all the well-deserved recognition of the community that make this program thrive.

Student Spotlight:  Ava Arrowsmith of Laurel High School
Ava Arrowsmith Laurel High School, Class of 2023 Ava Arrowsmith discovered MTDA as a freshman at Laurel High School, when the Spanish class she wanted to take didn’t fit into
Sienna Conaghan of West Yellowstone High School
West Yellowstone High School Class of 2023   Sienna was first introduced to MTDA when she took the Language Sampler class in middle school, a requirement at West Yellowstone– a
Bryce Kammerzell of CJI High School
Chester-Joplin-Inverness High School (CJI) Class of 2022 Attending Stanford University   By his sophomore year at CJI, Bryce Kammerzell knew he was going to have to take language courses that
Ian Lafley of Lincoln County High School
Lincoln County High School, Eureka Class of 2022    Ian took his first two credit recovery courses through MTDA two years ago as a sophomore. MTDA’s credit recovery courses are
Maddie Griffiths of Three Forks High School
As an eighth-grader, Maddie came to Kristy Powell, the counselor at Three Forks High School and asked how she could get ahead. “She wanted to get started!” Maddie wanted to
Emma Beebe of Gallatin High School
Emma came to Gallatin High School in the fall of 2020 when her family moved from out of state. During Covid, she chose the fully virtual option taught by GHS
Nina Sederberg of Roberts High School
Nina took her first MTDA course freshman year of high school. She wanted to do more academically, but the traditional class setting didn’t fully work for her.  At a small
Casey Lunceford: 2021 Recipient of the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence
Ronan High School vocational agriculture teacher Casey Lunceford is among 18 educators across the nation who were selected as recipients of a 2021 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for
Matthew Phillips of White Sulphur Springs HS
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
Audrey Oltrogge of Stanford High School
Audrey graduated from Stanford High School, a school with an enrollment of 30, in 2019. Her guidance counselor introduced Audrey and many of her classmates to MTDA to expand their academic
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Montana Digital Academy
Phyllis J. Washington College of Education
The University of Montana
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Missoula, Montana 59812
Phone: 406-203-1812
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