Online Learning Update

July 25, 2010

Montana’s online learning high school academy starts this fall

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:04 am

By GAIL SCHONTZLER, Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Starting this fall, high school students in Bozeman and around the state can take free online classes for credit from the state’s new Montana Digital Academy. Bozeman High School students will be able to take online classes that aren’t already offered at the school, like oceanography, Principal Rob Watson told the Bozeman School Board on Monday night. Students who fail a class needed for graduation, like math, will be able to retake the class online to earn credits. That will be especially set up to make it convenient for students in the Bridger alternative program to recapture lost credits, Watson said.

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