Here at Augusta Schools we make it our mission to enhance the lives of children through a variety of avenues incorporating academics, practicing life skills, and modeling positive behavior. We aspire for all students of Augusta Schools to become accountable, critical thinking and lifelong learners.
The Augusta Schools exist to serve the unique academic, physical, social, and emotional needs of students as their lives change from childhood to adolescence and becoming young contributing adults to society.
Order, trust, and a caring environment are created and maintained where learning is exciting and students are assisted as they develop responsibility.
All aspects of the school's organization are child centered and designed to accommodate individual learning styles so that all may experience success.
Augusta Historical Society is working with the Montana Memory Project to digitize our Augusta School Yearbooks. For more information click here.
They still need the following yearbooks:
Any before 1950, 1984, 1986.