Bozeman Schools

Bozeman Public School System

The Bozeman school district is comprised of eight elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school and new high school currently under construction. There are 650 staff members working in the Bozeman Public School District Overall, the Bozeman public school system is highly regarded throughout the state. With high standards for curriculum and academics as well as an inclusive learning atmosphere, Bozeman schools encourage and support student success.

If you’re wondering what school district a particular home is located in, Gallatin County provides a wonderful and easy-to-use mapping tool. Click the link below and simply type in the property address to see what district a home is located in:

Gallatin County Interactive School District Map

Bozeman Private Schools

With Bozeman public schools setting enrollment records, there’s also been growth in Bozeman private schools.In 2016 Gallatin County reported a record 1,669 students attending private schools and home schools.

That included 270 teens in private high schools, 751 students in private elementary or preschools, and 648 home-schooled students, according to the county superintendent of schools office. When is comes to private Bozeman schools, there are both secular and religious options in the Gallatin Valley.

  • Headwaters academy
  • Bozeman Field School
  •  Petra Academy
  •  Manhattan Christian School
  • Heritage Christian
  • Mount Ellis Academy
  • Bozeman Christian
  • Bozeman Summit School
  • Cottonwood Day School
  • Divine Mercy Academy
  • World Family School
  • Several Montessori options

meadowlark elementary school bozeman public school district

Bozeman Elementary schools

The elementary schools in Bozeman support and encourage educational and personal growth for young students. Focusing on academics, inclusiveness and creativity, children are supported by a highly accomplished staff of teacher and administrators. The Bozeman Elementary Schools have an annual operating budget of $301,552 for the 2018/19 school year.

  •  Emily Dickinson Elementary School
  • Hawthorne Elementary School
  • Hyalite Elementary School
  • Irving Elementary School
  • Longfellow Elementary School
  • Meadowlark Elementary School
  • Morning Star Elementary School
  • Whittier Elementary School
  • Monforton Elementary School

Chief Joseph Middle School Bozeman Public School System

Bozeman Middle Schools

Bozeman has two public middle schools, which are grades 6-8 and are fed by the 8 public elementary schools. Chief Joseph Middle School has 755 students and enrollment has doubled since it was built in 2008. The school has a strong literacy program with a book club and reading circles.

  •  Chief Joseph Middle School
  • Sacajawea Middle School

Bozeman High School two under construction

Bozeman High Schools

Bozeman currently has one public high school, with a second high school under construction. The existing student population exceeds 7,000 students. The new high school is on schedule for completion in 2020 and will offer the same options for classes, sport and music as the current high school. Both high schools have a comprehensive curriculum. This includes CTE trades such as welding and automotive work. How the zoning will work for dividing students between the two high schools is still being discussed. Bozeman’s second high school was officially named “Westslope High School” in February of 2019. The Bozeman Public High Schools have an annual operating budget of $531,597 for the 2018/19 school year.

  • Bozeman High School
  • Bridger Charter Academy
  • Bozeman Westslope High School