Students & Parents

Thank you for your interest in Montana Digital Academy!

The 2009 Montana Legislature established MTDA as a supplemental online program serving students through their local K-12 public school.  We offer instruction aimed primarily at high school and middle school students to supplement their local school coursework with additional avenues and opportunities through online classes.  We were not funded or designed as a primary avenue for providing a student’s education.

As we are not a school, we do not take enrollments directly from students or their parents.  If you are interested in discussing MTDA enrollment, please contact the counselor at the public school in the community where you live.  This includes homeschool and private school students.  Each district sets its own policies and procedures for enrollment of students in MTDA programs.

If you have additional questions for our team, feel free to contact our offices.

Course Access

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Adult users: Please do NOT login under an account that is not your own. If you need an account, please contact: support@montanadigitalacademy.org

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Student Spotlight

Student Highlight: Ian Lafley

Student Highlight: Ian Lafley

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 designed for students ...
Student Highlight:  Maddie Griffiths

Student Highlight: Maddie Griffiths

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 ...
Student Highlights:  Emma Beebe

Student Highlights: Emma Beebe

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 ...
Student Highlights: Nina Sederberg

Student Highlights: Nina Sederberg

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 ...
Student Highlights: Matthew Phillips

Student Highlights: Matthew Phillips

Matthew Phillips White Sulphur Springs High School, class of 2021 (enrollment 71) Matthew graduated from White Sulphur Springs High School, a school with 71 students, this past spring as co-valedictorian ...
Student Highlights: Audrey Oltrogge

Student Highlights: Audrey Oltrogge

Audrey OltroggeStanford High School, Class of 2019 Audrey graduated from Stanford High School, a school with an enrollment of 30, in 2019. Her guidance counselor introduced Audrey and many of her ...

“My teacher was awesome and she answered me whenever I needed something.” -French I Student

“Thank you to everyone involved for making this possible for me. It was a good experience to take an online class.” – American Government Student

“I love how I can do this online and I can do it wherever I want. I can also work ahead if I am going to miss a day.” – Criminology Student

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