Frenchtown High School

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Frenchtown High School
17620 Frenchtown Frontage Road, PO Box 117
Frenchtown, Montana, 59834
United States USA
Coordinates 47°01′10″N 114°14′31″W / 47.01944°N 114.24194°W / 47.01944; -114.24194 (Frenchtown High School)Coordinates: 47°01′10″N 114°14′31″W / 47.01944°N 114.24194°W / 47.01944; -114.24194 (Frenchtown High School)[1]
School type Public, secondary school
School district Frenchtown School District No. 40
Principal Jake Haynes
Assistant principals [sic]
Staff 62[2]
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 399[3]
Language English
Campus Suburban/Rural
Color(s) Orange, Black, and Silver
Team name Broncs
Communities served Frenchtown, Huson

Frenchtown High School is located in Frenchtown, Missoula County, Montana, United States.

As of 2008, a construction project is under way which will add onto the high school complex and provide a new junior high facility next door. The addition is scheduled to be complete in September 2009. The high school consists of 399 students and 30 teachers.[3] The school's mascot is the Bronc.

Academic Team[edit]

Frenchtown High School's academic team has performed well at regional and statewide levels, placing first out of 16 teams at Brainfreeze in the 2010 & 2011 season. In the 2012 season, Frenchtown took 1st out of 51 teams at the Southwest Montana Academic Olympics and 1st at the Yellowstone County Invitational Academic Tournament. Also in 2009, the team won the Frenchtown-Stevensville Invitational Academic Tournament and were able to travel to Chicago for the HSNCT.[4][5] In the 2010 season, Frenchtown hosted a tournament titled Brainfreeze. Frenchtown's #1 team triumphed over teams such as Billings Skyview and Missoula Sentinel to capture first place and qualify for the PACE National Scholastics Championship in Fairfax, Virginia.[6][7][8][9] In 2013, Frenchtown took 1st place at the World Affairs Council Academic Tournament, and has been invited to nationals in Washington D.C. and in 2012. The team finished the Jordan Carlson Memorial Academic Tournament in first, second, third, and fourth place. Over the last few years, Frenchtown's team has developed a friendly rivalry with Billings Skyview, as well as Park High Livingston. Frenchtown's first venture into academic competition began with the Brainbuster program on KECI-TV, which lasted three years. The academic team's coach and advisor is Jim Stanicar, also a Government teacher at Frenchtown.


In the 2009 season, the Broncs softball team were Class A State Champions.

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