Arlee Schools are located in the beautiful Jocko Valley, 17 miles north of Missoula. Our school community has much to offer from Kindergarten through High School. You will enjoy seeing examples of the many educational programs in the Elementary School. In the Junior High School, the students not only have a more intense educational curriculum, but are active in extracurricular activities. The High School offers hundreds of opportunities to take many classes and electives. Students excel academically, as well as being avidly involved in after-school activities. We invite you to join in supporting our students, teachers and staff in their quest for a better Arlee community. Come to our many events, read the newsletter, and pass on to others our pride in Arlee Schools.

Pictured Above... The 2nd Graders traveled to Travelers' State Park and learned about the cottonwood tree life cycle.
Arlee High School has implemented a 1:1 Chromebook initiative; these students are completing a peer review.
This is the fortieth consecutive year that students have embarked on the Yellowstone National Park 8th Grade Field Trip, a week long adventure. 
Ms. South's Art Students Creating & Creations:  5th Grade working on clay monsters and pastel landscapes.
Arlee HS Students visiting our governor, Steve Bullock.
Our view of Dancing Boy. 



  • Football Playoff

    Congratulations to our Warrior Football Program. Go Warriors! Arlee has the opportunity to host a first round playoff here at Arlee School on Saturday, 11/1/2014. Game will start at 1:00pm Ticket Prices Adults: $7.00 Students: $6.00 This is a MHSA sanctioned playoff game - NO PASSES WILL BE ALLOWED & ALL (including Seniors 65 and over) HAVE TO PAY! This is a policy of MHSA and Arlee School Policy does not count. Come on out and support our boys. Rah! Rah! Rah!

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  • Wear Pink!

    Everyone who wears pink to the Girls' Volleyball Senior Night, October 23rd at 7pm will be entered to receive a gift basket!

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  • Arlee School Song

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  • Speak Salish with Us

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