Missoula Chamber Education Series
The Missoula Area Chamber of Commerce is your source for affordable professional development education classes. We partner with member businesses to offer a wide range of classes to help businesses and their employees grow. Many classes are offered for as little as $10 for Chamber members. Check out the full list of classes on our Business Resources and Training page.
Elementary Schools (K-5)
Missoula County Public Schools serves younger students with nine elementary schools serving grades Kindergarten through fifth.
Middle Schools (6-8)
MCPS has three middle schools serving students in sixth through eighth grades.
High Schools (9-12)
The Missoula school district is served by four high schools (three in Missoula and one in Seeley Lake). They serve students in ninth through twelfth grade.
Colleges and Universities
University of Montana
Roughly 13,000 students attend UM and Missoula College,where they receive a world class education in a broad range of degrees thatinclude the liberal arts, sciences, graduate and postdoctoral study andprofessional education.
Missoula College is a student-centered leader in highereducation and workforce development. The college offers rigorous educationalprograms in 35 different areas including health care, applied computing andelectronics, business, computer-aided design, culinary arts, cyber security,general education and industrial technologies. Graduates in Diesel, HeavyEquipment Operating, Welding/Machining and Construction appreciate over 100%job placement.
Walla Walla University
Centrallylocated in Missoula, Walla Walla University’s Missoula MSW site is dedicated toproviding an outstanding clinical educational experience forapproximately 70 Master-Level Social Work Students.
Charter College Missoula
Charter College is a private, independent institution ofhigher education, providing students with a career-focused education in thegrowing health care field. Charter College operates college campuses inCalifornia, Washington State, Alaska, Montana, and operates an online program.
MCPS Adult Education Lifelong Learning Center
Lifelong Learning is not just taking classes; it’s anattitude; it’s a choice. Originally established in 1957 with a class of 20journeyman carpenters who needed to learn welding skills has grown to anenrollment of over 11,500 registrants and more than 700 classes last year.Check the fantastic selection of classes at www.MissoulaClasses.com or call 549-8765 for a catalog.
UM School of Extended and Lifelong Learning
The School of Extended & Lifelong Learning at The Universityof Montana engages people, organizations and communities for the purpose ofadvancing knowledge, economic well-being and quality of life by fosteringinquiry, learning, and applied research.