• Seeley Swan High School  

    Kellen Palmer, Principal
    Welcome to Smart Schools 2020, a system wide initiative to create school facilities that provide students with the security, technology and dynamic learning environment they need to achieve in school and in life. As your principal, I'm pleased to say that Seeley-Swan High School is part of that initiative and is planning significant and much-needed changes over the next few years. 
    Seeley-Swan High School was constructed in 1964 with the intention of adding a theater.  That construction was never realized.  Creating both a school resource and a community resource, this addition would significantly and positively impact student performances and curriculum as well as provide an outstanding venue for local performances.  No matter which side of the footlights people may find themselves, those involved span a diversity of age, culture and life experience.
    Bring a theater into Seeley-Swan High School will generate a strong appreciation of the importance of the arts.  Seeley-Swan High School students and rural community members will benefit as they come together for the arts, creating a truly integrated community.  
    In order to address this key issue, Seeley-Swan High School has conducted a thoughtful scoping process and is proposing an option that will provide the addition of a theater and updated learning areas to support 21st-century learning.
    We invite you to learn more about the plan, and get involved in shaping the future of education for our children.  Please feel free to email kpalmer@mcps.k12.mt.us or call me with questions.

    The School Board has approved our preferred option, pending the passage of a facilities levy in 2015! Learn more about our goals and proposal>