Anderson School District #41 is an independent, rural K-8 school in Gallatin Valley located seven miles from Bozeman. 200 students K-8 attend Anderson. Graduates from Anderson attend Bozeman High School. Anderson's mission statement and practice reflect a quality educational program. The foundation of that program consists of small class sizes, an innovative, engaging curriculum, high standards, highly trained professionals and continued targeted professional development, strong parent support and involvement and a positive learning atmosphere for all students.
School District Philosophy The Anderson Board of Trustees is collectively entrusted with the education of each student enrolled in School District No. 41. The Board desires a challenging education in a pleasant environment for each student to achieve to his/her fullest potential. To this end, Anderson’s Trustees are committed to drawing together community resources under the following statement of mission and goals. Mission Statement Anderson School District will foster and maintain a challenging, nurturing learning environment for every student. We will achieve this through small class sizes, highly trained teaching professionals, innovative use of limited resources, and high levels of community involvement.
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