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PO Box 1103, Three Forks, MT 59752 


Three Forks Public Schools

The Three Forks community is proud of its excellent public school system. An average of 560 students attends Three Forks Public Schools. The caring, dedicated staff helps each student and partners with parents to provide their children with the best possible education. Parents are encouraged to be involved with the education of their children by visiting classrooms, volunteering their help, and offering ideas for improvements.

The school system prides itself on having a small-town atmosphere with a varied and challenging curriculum. High academic standards are maintained and a number of extracurricular activities are offered. Elementary students can take part in the Missoula Children's Theatre, Bridging the Gap After-School Program, After School Spanish, and Little Wolves Basketball. Middle school students can participate in school plays, basketball, football, track, and volleyball. For high school students there are football, volleyball, basketball, track, golf, school plays, Business Professionals of America (BPA), Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), and Close-Up Trip to Washington, D.C.

Three Forks Elementary School on 212 East Neal has approximately 300 students, kindergarten through grade 6. Three Forks 7-8 on 210 East Neal has approximately 90 students in grades 7 through 8. Three Forks High School on 210 East Neal has approximately 150 students. The Three Forks Community Library on 607 South Main has 17,000 books, audio and video materials, and serial subscriptions. Montana State University-Bozeman is about 49 miles from Three Forks.
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2014-2015 School Calendar

2014-2015 Activity Calendar


Gallatin College, Montana State University

About Gallatin College Montana State University

Gallatin College MSU is Southwest Montana‚Äôs two-year college, offering associate degrees and one-year professional certificates. Gallatin College complements the four-year programs at Montana State University and ensures access to workforce development that promotes a vibrant local economy.  

Gallatin College collaborates extensively with area industries to develop new programs and provide responsive training options that meet local workforce needs. One- and two-year workforce programs help students improve their skills and advance their career opportunities, or prepare for a career change. 

Program Offerings

To enhance educational opportunity, Gallatin College offers developmental coursework, transfer programs and dual enrollment options. Developmental courses are designed to help students of any age develop their skills and be successful in subsequent college-level courses. Transfer degree options allow students to fulfill general education requirements in preparation for a four-year degree; while dual enrollment enables area high school students to earn college credit.

High quality instruction, small class sizes, and out-of-class academic support are hallmarks of Gallatin College MSU.

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