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Education

Exceptional educational opportunities are available for Milton-Freewater residents. A public school district with award-winning programs, a prominent private school and options for college and university study round out the list of educational resources provided for students of all ages.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

MILTON-FREEWATER UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT #7
1020 S. Mill Street| Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
(541) 938-3551 | www.miltfree.k12.or.us

Approximately 2,000 students attend one of six schools comprising the Milton-Freewater Unified School District #7, a K-12 system employing approximately 280 dedicated employees.

Public Schools

District #7 schools include the K-5 facilities of Grove Elementary, Freewater Elementary and Ferndale Elementary Schools; Central Middle School for grades 6-8; McLoughlin High School, aptly referred to as Mac-Hi, serving grades 9-12 and Pleasant View Alternative School.

In addition to the regular curriculum offered through District #7 are ample specialized programs to meet the needs of all student abilities, along with extracurricular activities. The Milton-Freewater District is regarded for its outstanding music, reading, science, sports and after-school programs, and its STELLAR program is impressive as well.

A gradually growing student population is being accommodated through current facility enhancements, including the remodeling of classrooms and the addition of the new science building at Mac-Hi.

PRIVATE EDUCATION

MILTON-STATELINE ADVENTIST SCHOOL
53565 W. Crockett Rd. | Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
(541) 938-7131 | www.miltonstateline.org

An exceptional alternative to public schooling is afforded through Milton-Stateline Adventist School. Located upon a 10 acre campus in Milton-Freewater, Milton Stateline Adventist School is a preK-8 facility offering Christ centered education within a peaceful learning environment. Included in the traditional curriculum are a dynamic music education program, choir, handbells and a wealth of year-round activities and events for students and families.

HIGHER LEARNING

BLUE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE MILTON-FREEWATER
311 N. Columbia | Milton-Freewater, OR 97862
(541) 938-7176 | www.bluecc.edu

Blue Mountain Community College

Blue Mountain Community College (BMCC) is a two-year college designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year university or college to gain professional and occupational skills for a new or current career. BMCC Milton-Freewater provides both on-site and distance education coursework. Students can obtain an Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree, an A.S. degree in Administrative Assistant, an A.A.S. degree in Educational Assisting and Certificates in Office and Educational Assisting. In addition to these degree programs, BMCC Milton-Freewater provides job skills workshops, college preparatory classes, personal enrichment courses, GED preparation, English as a Second Language, Oregon JOBS program and the Small Business Development Center.

WALLA WALLA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
500 Tausick Way | Walla Walla, WA 99362
(509) 522-2500 | www.wwcc.edu

Walla Walla Community College serves over 13,000 students annually. The college offers academic courses designed to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, career training programs preparing people for the workforce, basic skills classes, English as a second language courses and classes designed for personal enrichment and a comprehensive E-Learning program.

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