Student Registration

  • At Missoula County Public Schools, we want parents and students to have the information and tools they need to ensure their transition to a new school is smooth and comfortable.

    Registering New Students

    Enrollment into an MCPS school is based on the address of your primary residence.  Not sure what school your student should attend?  Visit infoFinder to search by your home address and find out which schools serve that address.

    During the school year, parents who wish to enroll students in grades K-8 should go directly to the elementary or middle school that will serve their student.  During summer break, parents can go to the MCPS Administration Building located at 215 S. 6th St. W. to complete the enrollment.

    Parents who wish to enroll high school students in Missoula should go directly to the attendance area high school.  For more information about high school enrollment, contact each high school directly.

    First Day of 2019-2020 School Year

    Wednesday, August 28, will be the first day of school for most students attending Missoula County Public Schools in fall 2019.

    • Students in kindergarten through grade 9 begin classes on August 28.
    • Only freshman students will report to Big Sky, Hellgate, and Sentinel High Schools on the first day of school, August 28.
    • Students in grades 10-12 will report to Big Sky, Hellgate, and Sentinel High Schools on August 29.
    • Students enrolled in grades 9 at Seeley-Swan High School will start class on a date to be determined.
    • Students enrolled in grades 10-12 at Seeley-Swan High School will begin on a date to be determined.
    • All students enrolled in alternative high school programs at Willard will report to class on a date to be determined.

    Commitment to Equal Education and Opportunity

    Missoula County Public Schools is committed to equality of educational opportunity and to equal employment opportunity.  Equal education opportunities shall be available for all students without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, physical or mental disability, economic or social conditions, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender nonconformity, or actual or potential marital or parental status.  Inquires or complaints regarding discrimination should be directed to David Rott, Executive Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations, at (406)728-2400, ext. 1038.