EDUCATION

YOUTH

BEARTOOTH BILLINGS CLINIC CHILDREN'S CENTER

WHO

  • All families

WHAT

  • Open to all families in the Red Lodge area with children ages 2 through 3rd grade, offering childcare, early childhood education, and after-school programs.

WHERE

  • 114 N Villard Ave N., Red Lodge, MT 59068

  • 406-446-1919

  • Website

WHEN

  • Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5:30pm

BELFRY PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  200 Wisconsin, Belfry, MT 59008

  • 406-664-3319

  • Website

BRIDGER PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  429 West Park Avenue, Bridger, MT 59014

  • Elementary: 406-662-3588

  • High school: 406-662-3533

  • Website

CARBON COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

WHAT

WHERE

  •  17 West 11th Street, Red Lodge, MT 59068

  • Website

  • 406-446-1301 or 406-446-1221

WHEN

  • 8am-5pm, Monday – Thursday

FROMBERG PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  319 School Street, Fromberg, MT 59029

  • Elementary: 406-668-7755

  • High school: 406-668-7315

  • Website

HRDC

WHO

  • Varies with program. Must be economically disadvantaged according to federal/state guidelines. 

 

WHAT

  • Alternative Education 

  • LIEAP

  • Weatherization

  • WoRC (Work Readiness Component)

  • Assets for Independence

  • Harmony House Transitional Living Program 

  • Family Economic Security Savings Program

  • Scholarship Program

WHERE

JOLIET PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  300 North Park Street, Joliet, MT 59041

  • 406-962-3541

  • Website

LUTHER PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  4 Luther-Roscoe Rd., Luther, MT 59068

  • 406-446-2480​

  • Website

MOUNTAIN BLUEBELLS PRESCHOOL

WHO

  • All families

WHAT

  • State licensed, Waldorf inspired Preschool & Nursery Care for children ages 3 months up to 7 years old

WHEN

  • School year & summer programs, Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5pm, Full & Half day options available

WHERE

  • 501 North Cooper ave, Red Lodge

  • Miss Lista

  • 406-290-4391

  • Email

  • Website

RED LODGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

WHERE

  •  High School: 800 N Chambers Red Lodge, MT 59068

    • 406-446-1903​

  • Middle/Elementary School: 311 S Oakes Ave., Red Lodge MT 59068

    • 406-446-1804​

  • Website

ROBERTS PUBLIC SCHOOL

WHERE

  •  106 Maple Street, Roberts, MT 59070

  • Website

  • 406-445-2421

Yellowstone West/Carbon County Special Services Cooperative (YWCCSSC)

WHO

  • The Co-op is made up of 18 public school districts: Belfry, Blue Creek, Bridger, Broadview, Canyon Creek, Elder Grove, Elysian, Fromberg, Independent, Joliet, Laurel, Luther, Molt, Morin, Pryor, Red Lodge, Roberts, Yellowstone Academy, and YWCCSSC Preschool

WHAT

  • In addition to the director, secretary, and business managers, the co-op employs five speech pathologists and four speech aides, four school psychologists, one preschool teacher and three preschool paraprofessionals, two occupational therapists, one physical therapist, an audiological technician, and a family/school coordinator.

WHERE

  • 410 Colorado Avenue, Laurel, Montana 59044

  • 406-628-7903
    Fax: 406-628-7935

  • Website

ADULTS

RED LODGE ADULT EDUCATION

WHO

  • Anyone

WHAT

  • The Red Lodge Adult Education program provides low cost classes for adults to learn new skills or complete a GED.

COST

  • $35 dollar fee for classes and in some cases costs for supplies.

WHERE

FINANCIAL

FAFSA

WHO

  • Prospective college students.

WHAT

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid: All students interested in financial aid for college should complete this form.

COST

  • None

WHERE

MONTANA UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SCHOLARSHIP LISITING

WHO

  • Anyone looking for funding higher education.

WHAT

  • This website contains a listing of scholarships across the state that are for students within the Montana University System.

COST

  • None.

WHERE

MSU BILLINGS-CARBON COUNTY RESIDENT SCHOLARSHIP

WHO

  • Carbon county resident; Montana resident; financial need; full-time enrolled student with a minimum of 12 credits per semester; available to freshmen through seniors in college; traditional students must have a 3.0 high school GPA and must maintain a 3.0 college GPA while receiving scholarship; non-traditional student must have a high school diploma or GED and must maintain a 2.5 college GPA while receiving scholarship.

WHAT

  • Two $500 scholarships available to traditional students and one scholarship available to non-traditional student.

WHERE

SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH

WHAT

  • Collects your personal information upon registration to conduct a scholarship eligibility based on your gender, birth date, zip code and whether or not you currently reside in the United States of America. 

  • You have the option of providing information about your nationality, year in school, GPA, organizations to which you and your parents belong, your expected college major and other information that will help filter scholarships to match your personal profile.

WHERE

MONTANA STUDENTS SAVE IDA PROGRAM

WHO

  • A household of one must have an annual income equal to or less than $21,780. For each additional household member, add $7,640; OR, you qualify for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). For more EITC eligibility information visit MontanaFreeFile.org.

WHAT

  • Tuition in a Montana College or University

WHERE

RED LODGE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS

WHO

  • Prospective college students of Red Lodge High School

WHAT

  • List of scholarships available through RLHS.

COST

  • None.

WHERE

MY STUDENT IN NEED

WHO

  • Red Lodge students

WHAT

  • Provides an anonymous resource for teachers to ask for and receive help for students from generous individuals in our communities.

COST

  • Varies.

WHERE

DPHHS: THE HOME CENTER

WHO 

  • Must meet state definition of developmentally disabled.

WHEN

  • Year round

    • See website for details and 1st time homebuyer, budget, insurance, savings, and credit class schedules

COST

  • Varies, some classes are free, others have associated fees

WHAT

  • Housing Counseling

  • Budget Counseling

  • Homebuyer Education

  • Financial Education

  • Rental Counseling

WHERE

  • 3124 1st Avenue North, Billings, MT, 59101

  • (406) 206-2717

  • Website

Carbon County Connect Coordinator Contact Information 

connect@rlacf.org

(406) 446-2820

All businesses and services listed are independently owned and operated. The Red Lodge Area Community Foundation does not endorse or guarantee any services provided and cannot be held liable for any claims/damages that may arise from services rendered or from agreements between the client and professional.