Activities Only Enrollment
Senate Bill 157 now allows homeschool and private school students to participate in public school activities at your neighborhood school district. Please contact the school activity office for more details.
|Kalispell Middle School||406-751-3800 x3776|
|Flathead High School||406-751-3500 x3475|
|Glacier High School||
If your child is currently enrolled in Kalispell Public Schools and they want to do an activity, please don't enroll again. To pay for fees you can sign on using your PowerSchool parent account. If you don't have a parent account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
If you are interested in participating in activities, please contact the school's Activities Director and set up a meeting.
Fall Activities: meetings are typically late May or early August.
Winter Activities: meetings are typically early November.
Spring Activities: meetings are typically early March.
Once your student has been approved to attend the activity, you will need to enroll them into the school. Once enrolled you can create a PowerSchool Parent Account and will be able to pay for fees online.
When your enrollment has been "approved" you will receive a stock email with directions on continuing the enrollment process. You do not need to complete Step 2 of the enrollment process. However, you may want to follow the directions to set up your PowerSchool Parent Account.
To be eligible for any activity sponsored by MHSA or KPS, including athletics, drama, music, student
government, or any other school-sponsored activity that requires practice on a regular basis outside the
regular school day, a student must meet all of the following criteria:
- The student must be enrolled in six classes per day and in physical attendance in at least two classes out of the six classes.
- At minimum four of the classes must be reflected on the high school transcript, and the other two
- classes must be reflected on the transcript from the institution.
- All of the six classes must be classified as “solids".
- Solids include: Running Start, Montana Digital Academy, Accredited Correspondence Courses, KPS Courses for credit.
- Non-solids that don’t count towards the six classes include: Learning Lab, Student Aide, Student Tutoring
- The student must not have received a semester unsatisfactory “U”,conditional “X”, incomplete “I”, failing “F”, or no credit “N” in any of the classes completed during the previous semester.
- The student must have been enrolled in an educational program the previous semester.
- Students who do not pass all their classes but do pass 4 classes have an opportunity to make up the failed classes through summer school or correspondence courses.
- All students who transfer from another accredited high school will have their initial eligibility determined by current MHSA policy, which is passing 4 classes.
- On the first day of a new semester, eligibility for activities shall be determined according to the KPS academic eligibility policy. A student may attempt to become eligible by taking an extension course that would improve an F standing in a class. Deadlines for coursework makeup are September 1st and April 1st.