- Adult and Community Education
- Bozeman Adult Learning Center
- English Learner / Multilingual Learner
- Gifted Education
- McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
- Title VI Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education
- Title 1 Academic Intervention Program
- Traffic Education
- Must be at least 16 years old to register and attend classes! (No children allowed in classes.)
- NO in-class registration
When and Where to Register:
||9:00 am - 4:00 pm||Onsite Registration||Willson Building, 2nd Floor Room 227|
|MONDAY,SEPT. 13||9:00 am -||Online Registration*||Click here to Register Online|
||9:00 am - 4:00 pm||Phone Registration||Phone: 522-6012 (No Messages Processed)|
|TUES.-FRI., SEPT. 14-17||8:00 am - 4:00 pm||Walk Ins & Phone Registration||Willson Building, 2nd Floor Room 227|
TUES.-FRI., SEPT. 14-17
|Open - Online||Online Registration*||Click here to Register Online|
* Online Registration is open 24 hours
- Registrations accepted throughout the quarter.
- Regular office hours resume September 20 (7:30-11:30 am and 12:30-4 pm) .
How to Register and Make a Payment
- Visit our online store at http://bsd7.revtrak.net/
- Click on the Registration button featured on the main page of our Web Store
- First choose a category and then select a course by clicking on the course name
- Click on the "Click Here to Register for this class" link
- You will now be taken to a page that allows you to either create a new account (New Customer) or login with an existing account (Returning Customer) by using an email address and password
- After creating or logging into an account you will have the option of choosing this course for yourself or enroll on behalf of another family member
- Answer the required questions and/or enter the required information
- Clicking on either "Continue Shopping" or "Go to Checkout" at the bottom of the page will add your class to the shopping cart
- If you are a new customer select "I am a new customer" and enter your email address (you will create a password later). If you are a returning customer select "I am a returning customer" and enter your email address and password. Select "Sign In".
- Enter your Billing Information, Payment Information, and Create a Password
- Verify the information for accuracy and select "Complete Order"
- Payment will be processed and a receipt can be viewed and printed
- Logout to finalize your session
Please read the following information carefully. Call 522-6012 with any questions.
- Call 522-6012 during office hours, Mon.-Fri., 7:30-4:00 pm.
- Payment Types
- Cash, credit cards, and checks (payable to Bozeman Adult Education) may be used to pay for class fees, textbooks (as noted), and material and user fees. Instructor fees are paid to the instructors as indicated in the course description.
- Refund Policy
- NO REFUNDS ONCE REGISTRATION IS COMPLETED unless cancelled by Adult Ed!
- CLASSES THAT ARE CANCELLED BY THE ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE WILL BE REFUNDED IN FULL.
- Meeting Times
- Meeting times are listed in the course description. Classes will not meet on school holidays. Instructors will arrange to make up any sessions missed due to changes in schedule.
- Registration Options
- On Monday, September 13, 2021, at 9:00 am, students may register online OR by telephone, in addition to the on-site registration in Room 227 at Willson School.
- Telephone registration - must be completed by speaking directly with a staff member at 522-6012. If the line is busy, please hang up and try again since no phone messages for registration will be processed. The only payment option by phone is credit cards.
- Participation & Age Requirements
- Students must be at least 16 years of age to register and attend adult education classes. Only registered students are allowed in the classroom. Auditing and viewing is not permitted. Children are not permitted to accompany parents to class unless it is specified in the description.
- This class schedule is published for informational purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of publication, it shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student and BPS Community Education. BPS Community Education reserves the right to cancel classes or to make any changes in the content and provisions of this class schedule without notice.
- Non-Discrimination Policy
- BPS Adult Education Department is committed to provide all persons 16 years of age and older an equal opportunity for education, employment and participation in ACE activities without regards to race, color, religions, national origin, sex, marital status, or handicap.
Adult Education 2021-2022 Schedule
Fall 2021 Schedule
|Brochure distributed & online schedule complete||September 8|
|Registration Week||September 14|
|Classes Begin||September 21|
Winter 2022 Schedule
|Brochure distributed & online schedule complete||Canceled|
Spring 2022 Schedule
|Brochure distributed & online schedule complete||Canceled|
|Byrdeen Warwood||Adult & Community Education Coordinator||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6012|
|Jamie McCauley||Administrative Assistant||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6012|
|Shae Thompson||Able Coordinator||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6096|
|Steve McCormick||TE Support Specialist||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6013|
|Linda Stancil||Adult Education Night Supervisor||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6015|
|Fax Number||Adult Community Education Fax Number||Willson - Room 227||(406) 522-6068|
Mailing Address Information
- Adult Community Education - Bozeman Public Schools
- 404 West Main Street
- Bozeman, MT 59715-0520
BALC supports students in these areas:
HiSET Exam Preparation
English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
Call to schedule an orientation:
Your Future Awaits!
Bozeman Adult Learning Center Mission Statement:
Realizing the value of each individual's unique potential, the Bozeman Adult Learning Center strives to foster goal setting, self discipline, perseverance, and critical thinking. Serving Gallatin County adults, the center provides educational and career opportunities through skill development to promote an economically vibrant community.
- Weekly Schedule
- English for Speakers of Other Language (ESOL)
- HiSet - High School Equivalency Exam
- Additional Links
- Request a Transcript
- Contact Us
- Local Resources for Career and Life Skills
- College Resources
Bozeman Adult Learning Center
Once a student has completed an orientation session, weekly instructional meetings will be scheduled.
The time it will take to complete preparation for the HiSET exam depends on many factors including a student's previous academic experience, commitment, and follow-through on assigned tasks.
In order to complete the HiSET exam in a timely manner, students are expected to attend scheduled instructional meetings as well as complete their assignments outside of class.
|The Bozeman Adult Learning Center's ESOL classes are designed to meet the individual language and cultural understanding needs of non-native English speakers.
Classes are offered at the beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, and include speaking, listening, pronunciation, grammar, reading, and writing practice. All skill level classes also include American culture instruction through hands-on activities, guest speakers, and field trips. Also available are advanced civics and citizenship classes for eligible students.
ALL classes are available in-person and online. Join our Facebook group Bozeman ESOL Classes for up-to-date information about classes, English practice including videos and activities, and opportunities to meet other students!
Call 522-6188 or email Joanna at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make and appointment.
**Please call or email Joanna before attending classes**
Please also note that the phone number listed cannot receive texts!
Bozeman Adult Learning Center
2021-2022 ESOL Schedule
Willson School ~ 404 West Main Street ~ Room 226 ~ (406) 522-6188
Instructor: Joanna Stratman
In-person BEGINNER Class
In-person ADVANCED Class
In-person BEGINNER Class
Call today! Your future awaits!
|The Montana ETS HiSET® is a battery of tests which measures a student's academic skills as compared to a high school graduate. If passed, a Montana High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma is issued which is accepted by institutions of higher education and employers as equivalent to a regular high school diploma.
You will find more information about HiSET preparation and HiSET testing on these sites from OPI:
For more information on the HiSET exam please visit the HiSET website.
For more information on requirements for taking the HiSET exam in Montana, see the State of Montana Office of Public Instruction website here.
HiSET Exam Information:
HiSET Free practice tests
HiSET Exam - Interactive Practice HiSET
HiSET Study materials
Montana Office of Public Instruction
HiSET Preparation Providers:
Career Transitions of Belgrade
HiSET Preparation and Career Planning
Community Health Partners/Learning Partners of Livingston
Bozeman Adult Learning Center Staff
If you would like more information about HiSET Testing, Adult Basic Education, or require in-person services please call 406-522-6012. At this time, walk-ins are not allowed. Please call for an appointment.
Community Education Administrative Assistant, BALC Orientation Registrar, HiSET Testing Information, Appointments
|Joanna Stratman||Adult Education/ESOL Instructoremail@example.com|
|Shae Thompson||Adult Education Instructorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Byrdeen Warwood||Community Education Coordinatoremail@example.com|
Bozeman HiSET Testing Center
Bozeman Adult Learning Center
404 West Main Street
Office Room 227
Bozeman Job Service
Human Resource Development Council
Bozeman Public Library Computer Classes
Vocational Rehabilitation Services - Gallatin County
Welcome to the Bozeman Public School District Multilingual Learner/English Learner (ML/EL) web page.
As part of the asset-based belief system implemented by WIDA, we stand by the new term Multilingual Learner to describe all students who come in contact with and-or interact in languages in addition to English on a regular basis. Multilingual is a strengths-based label that recognizes students who have the ability to become bilingual or multilingual through instructional support, and it acknowledges the ability to speak more than one language as a highly valuable asset to be celebrated.
In the Bozeman Public Schools, we honor our ML/EL student's ability to become multilingual through research based instructional support that both supports their English language acquisition and provides access to content subject matter while honoring their heritage languages.
Evelyn Paz Solís-Multilingual/English Learner Program Coordinator
"The Limits of my language signify the limits of my world" -Ludwig Wittgenstein
Serving Families in Transition
Title IX, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act provides funding to support homeless youth.The purpose of our program is to ensure that "each child of a homeless individual and each homeless youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education."
If you are a parent/guardian or student with questions or concerns regarding the school placement of your child please feel free to contact the Family/School Services Coordinator directly or download the Dispute Resolution Form and submit it to your child’s school.
Additionally, information on donating can be found here: Donation Letter or view the How To Help page below.
Family/School Services Coordinator
- How To Help?
- How Do We Determine If A Child Is Homeless?
- Educational Rights For Students Experiencing Homelessness
- Helpful Links
In order for students to succeed in school it is important for them to have their basic needs met. Having the food, supplies and support they need is crucial. There are a number of ways you can help. From providing healthy food and school supplies to volunteering, you can make a difference in the lives of students and help ensure their long term success. Click on the topics listed to learn how you can help.
Family-School Services Coordinator
- Donate Perishable Food
- Donate Non-Perishable Food
- Donate Personal Care Items
- Donate School Supplies
- Donate Clothing
* Bozeman School District currently has 2 openings for AmeriCorps VISTA members! Please follow this link for more information: http://mtcompact.org/mtcc-americorps/about-americorps/available-positions/
There are a variety of ways you can help serve students in need in the Bozeman School District, including:
•Assisting with the donation sign-up process through the BHS or GHS Parent Advisory Council (PAC)
•Intaking and Organizing Donations
•Organizing and Cleaning the Shelf
The Shelf is located at both Bozeman High School and Gallatin High School. The Shelf provides school supplies, hygiene items and food to students throughout the district. People bring donations that need to be sorted and organized.
If you’d like to help with the Shelf or in another way listed above, please start by reviewing our District Volunteer Handbook and filling out and signing the Volunteer Guidelines and Disclosure Form. Both of these forms can be found on the Volunteer page of the Bozeman School District Website.
Donate Perishable Food
Students need healthy food to be alert and ready to learn. You can donate both perishable and non-perishable food. Examples of perishable food you can donate include:
Shelf Stable Milk
Milk Alternatives (like Almond or Soy)
If you are interested in donating perishable food to the Shelf please sign-up through the BHS and GHS PAC. To ensure food is stored appropriately and given to students in a timely manner, they use Sign-Up Genius. This forum allows people to sign up to bring perishable food items. Click on the link below to be redirected to the Sign-Up Genius page, where you can indicate what you are bringing and when.
Donate Non-Perishable Food
Students need healthy food to be alert and ready to learn. You can donate both perishable and non-perishable food. Examples of non-perishable food you can donate include:
Microwavable Mac and Cheese
Cup of Noodles
If you are interested in donating non-perishable food to the Shelf please sign-up through the BHS and GHS PAC. To ensure food is stored appropriately and given to students in a timely manner, they use Sign-Up Genius. This forum allows people to sign up to bring non-perishable food items. Click on the link below to be redirected to the Sign-Up Genius page, where you can indicate what you are bringing and when.
Personal care items help our students prepare to succeed in school. When a child or teen is experiencing homelessness or transition, these items are especially helpful. New personal care items you can donate include:
Shampoo and Conditioner (New, full size)
Hairspray and Hairbrushes (New, Full size)
Face and Body Lotion (New, Full size)
Deodorant (New, Unused)
Tampons and Maxi Pads
Laundry and Dish Soap
Personal care items can be donated at the Main Office at Bozeman High School or Gallatin High School on Fridays during the school year between the hours of 8am-4pm. The BHS Main Office is located at 205 N 11th Avenue and the GHS Main Office at 4455 Annie Street.
Adequate school supplies are essential to helping students engage and learn. Students may enter the school district mid-year and need school supplies immediately to be able to fully participate in their classes. School supplies you can donate include:
No. 2 Pencils
School supplies can be donated at the Main Office at Bozeman High School or Gallatin High School on Fridays during the school year between the hours of 8am-4pm. The BHS Main Office is located at 205 N 11th Avenue and the GHS Main Office at 4455 Annie Street.
Any in-kind or monetary donations to assist our homeless and at-risk youth are greatly appreciated. The Homeless Assistance Fund helps to support families (those who are in transition with their living circumstances and those who are struggling financially or otherwise at risk) with basic needs such as food and transportation. Additionally, due to limited grant resources funds, will also support the McKinney-Vento Families in Transition program expenses if needed.
The following is a wish list of items that are always in need.
•Grocery gift cards
•Gas gift cards
•Walmart/Target gift cards
•Monetary donations to the Bozeman School District (Memo: Homeless Assistance Fund)
Donations can also be made through Bozeman School Foundation, a non-profit organization established to help serve the needs of the Bozeman School District.
A child who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence may be classified as homeless under the law known as the McKinney-Vento Act 42 U.S.C. 11434a(2), which is also known as Title IX Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act. A child’s living situation must meet one of the following criteria:
- Shelter resident
- Shared housing (doubled up with family or friends due to financial reasons)
- Motel/hotel resident (because affordable housing is not available)
- Campground or tent
- Substandard housing (the home lacks electricity or running water)
- Car or abandoned building
- Unaccompanied youth (not living in the physical custody of a parent or legal guardian and lacking a regular, fixed, nighttime residence)
- Receive a free, appropriate public education
- Enroll and attend school immediately even if unable to provide records required for enrollment
- Enroll or remain in school without a permanent address
- Qualify for Free and reduced lunch
- Receive transportation to and from school if requested
- Receive educational services comparable to those provided to other students, according to the child’s needs
- Stay in school of origin (when feasible and in the child’s best interest)
- Speak with a local homeless liaison about their rights
- Community Resources Map.pdf
- Community Resource Guide
- Directory of Community Resources, Bozeman MT
- OPI - Montana Office of Public Instruction Homeless Assistance
- National Center for Homeless Education
- National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
- Department of Health and Human Services
- HRDC - Human Resource Development Council
- Gallatin Valley Food Bank
- Family Promise
- Community Health Partners
Title VI funding is designed to support the efforts of school districts, Indian tribes and organizations, colleges, and other entities to meet the unique academic needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives so that these students can achieve to the same challenging state standards as all students. The Bozeman Title VI parent committee reviews the district's goals annually in order to ensure that the needs of local students are being met. The grant provides additional support to qualifying students in the core academic areas with a focus on reading and mathematics. Information on the Native American Parent Group and Parent Committee can be found here: Parent Group Meetings
If you are interested in determining whether your child meets the criteria for participation in Title VI, please download the form 506, Student Eligibility Form (Tribal Certification) from our webpage and send to Anna Edwards, Family School Coordinator, for review. There are a wealth of resources available from Ed.gov – select the following link for student, parent, teacher and administrator resources:
Title I funds are available to qualifying schools identified as high-poverty to ensure that poor and minority children have the same opportunity as other children to meet challenging State academic standards. These extra resources help support underachieving youth in a variety of areas including academic achievement in reading and math and school improvement through professional development and parent outreach. Both the Office of Public Instruction and Ed.gov website have more information. You may visit them at the following locations:
If you are interested in finding out whether your child qualifies for services, please contact your child's teacher or building principal.
Welcome to the Bozeman Schools Traffic Education Program!
Summer B Session Dates: July 6 – August 9
Students with a birthdate on or before January 6, 2008, are eligible to apply.
Summer B Session Class Times: Combination of asynchronous online delivery (M-F) and (3) REQUIRED in-person days:
July 6 (Wed.): 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (First Day)
July 7 (Thu.): 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Parent Meeting)
July 13 (Wed.): 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Learners License Test Day)
Instructor and room assignments will be emailed to accepted students one week before the start of the session. Location will be GHS or BHS. Effort will be made to place students at their school of attendance.
Drive time schedules for the (6) 2-hour drives can be any time during the day and Saturdays. The schedules are created by the instructors and will be distributed the first few days of class.
Summer A Session Dates: May 18 – June 23
No class May 27 (PIR day) and May 30 (Memorial Day)
Summer A Session Class Times: Combination of asynchronous online delivery (M-F) and (3) REQUIRED in-person days:
May 18 (Wed): 4 - 6 p.m. (First Day)
May 19 (Thurs): 4 - 6 p.m. (Parent Meeting)
May 25 (Wed): 4 - 6 p.m. (Learners License Test Day)
NOTE: Traffic Ed is not a requirement in Montana. The Student Relief Program allows 15+ year olds to start the licensing process without participating in a Traffic Education Course. Review the information at dojmt.gov/getyourpermit to determine if the option is appropriate for you and your student.
General Information: There are typically 5 traffic ed sessions per year: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer A and Summer B. We will offer a Fall 2 session if instructors are available. Each session has its own online-only application period. If your child does not make it into the session, you must reapply for any subsequent sessions. It may take several attempts to be accepted into a session as there are typically more applicants than there are spots. Placement is determined by date of birth.
Adult and Community Education:
Adult and Community Education
404 West Main St., Room 227
Bozeman, MT 59715
Office hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (closed for lunch 11:30-12:30)
My Office Hours: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. (closed for lunch 11:30-12:30)
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 522-6013.