Welcome to Frenchtown ActivitiesThis page is intended to give you information about all of our Montana High School Association sanctioned Athletic and Activities programs. Frenchtown currently participates in Football, Speech, Basketball, Cheer, Band, Choir, Volleyball, Track, Softball, Cross Country, Wrestling, golf, and Soccer. If you have any questions or would like to see us post information that would be useful to you please let me know. Each sport has their own individual pages that you can access through the links at the bottom of the page.Congratulations to following basketball players for being selected to the Northwest All Conference teams:Shannon Worster - 1st TeamAlivia Williams - 2nd TeamAllison Hochhalter - 2nd TeamEmilie Hinrichs - 2nd TeamAustin Means - 1st TeamJacob Price - 2nd TeamEthan Pyron - 2nd TeamCongratulations to the following ALL STATE selections:Austin Means and Shannon WorsterKipp LewisActivities DirectorEmail: email@example.comPhone: (406) 626-2715
Frenchtown has a proud history of competition in Montana High School Association activities. We have won State Championships in Speech, Basketball, Softball, Track and Football. It is our goal to offer the best programs, coaches, and support that is possible for our students. Activity programs provide students with unique opportunities to grow personally and emotionally. They experience and learn how to handle pressure situations, success, failure, and the ability to work as a team with a wide variety of people. The only thing that is guaranteed in these competitive activities is that you will work hard and compete against the best athletes our state has to offer.Nation wide students that participate in Activities have higher GPA's, fewer absences, higher graduation rates, and less discipline referrals than students who choose not to participate. Activities are an important and valuable part of public education in the United States and Frenchtown School District is dedicated to making our activity programs a leader in the education of our students.