Students in grades 3-8 take the Smarter Balanced assessment which measures proficiency on Montana's Mathematics and English Language Arts content standards. To explore participation in the test and academic and subgroup performance, click the link below.
All Montana public high school juniors get to take the ACT for free to help students prepare for college. The 2019 ACT results can be viewed using the link below.
New Enrollment data is now available in GEMS, showing 5 year trends for student enrollments in public schools. The data can be disaggregated by grade, gender, race, school or district, and more.
New Summary Enrollment Report
The FAFSA Completion Report provides secure access to school counselors and other authorized school personnel to view the status of each high school senior’s completion status on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in each school year.
FAFSA Completion Report (login required)
Graduation and Dropout information for the 2018 Graduating Class is ready to view. Both the Four Year Cohort Graduation Data and the 12th Grade Completion data are available.
The Montana EWS model uses readily available school, student, and other live data to identify students who are at risk of dropping out of school. Students are identified as early as 6th grade so that action may be taken by school officials.
Early Warning System
Welcome! This data reporting system provides access to multiple years of data and interactive reports on student achievement, graduation rates, enrollment, program and course offerings, district and school profiles, the National Assessment of Progress (NAEP), and financial information reported by school districts. Additionally, GEMS provides users the ability to compare Montana schools side-by-side.
We provide schools, policy makers, parents and the public with unprecedented access to data and reports regarding Montana's public education system. Here are some resources to help guide you through GEMS. Please visit our
Training Center for a complete set of our helpful resources.
Data Transport SystemThe OPI has designed a data transport system to facilitate the collection and exchange of student information required for Montana standard transcripts. School or district personnel using Infinite Campus, PowerSchool or Schoolmaster, have the option to use the MT Transcript extract in their SIS system to upload student transcript data into a secure database.https://datatransport.opi.mt.gov/
Parchment Exchange Free, certified, electronic transcripts are now available to high school students enrolled in participating schools.
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The Office of Public Instruction is committed to equal opportunity and non-discriminatory access to all our programs and services.
For information or to file a complaint, contact OPI Title IX/EEO Coordinator at (406) 444.3161 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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