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    If you would like to Donate to the Brown Family please click HERE. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all!



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    With the exponential increase in cases over the last few weeks, resources are drying up.  The schools have worked extra hard to provide a safe environment for teachers and staff.  Contact tracing measures have fallen to the schools to help keep up with the increasing numbers.  Families can help keep our schools stay open by choosing to limit the number of exposures over Halloween.   In lieu of door to door trick or treating, have a small gathering at home in the yard with games.  Keep it to your cohort group. The last thing we want is you having COVID and trick or treating around the neighborhood. By keeping it small, you lower the risk of anyone getting sick! Have a safe Halloween!

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    Dear Parents and Guardians, 

    Due to the increasing COVID numbers, Parent Teacher Conferences will be held via phone this year.  
    October 29th is an early release (1 PM) day for conferences and teachers will be calling after school on that day.  If you have an older student with many teachers and would like to talk to a specific teacher please contact the school or the specific teacher you would like to speak with to arrange an appointment.
    Go Tigers!
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Last Updated: 10/22/2020 6:07 PM


Mr. Kurt Kohn

High School Counselor
Darby High School

406-821-3252 x.1316


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Applying for FAFSA is a critical piece of receiving financial aid.   Parents must fill out the online application based on their taxes.  You will not be able to receive financial aid to college if your parent does not apply for FAFSA!  See Mr. Kohn for details.   Applications are available at https://fafsa.ed.gov  

Juniors and Seniors!

Register as a user on MCIS on the Counselor's link.    You can research any college in the United States and have the most updated information.  Seniors should apply for the colleges of their choice before Christmas break.   Most of the scholarship money is available at the college level.   Students that apply by priority deadlines get most of this money. 


Fall ACT Testing
I have the new test dates for Fall ACT.  October 26th and December 14th are the two dates left.  You must register a month early.   Do not delay if you are going to take the ACT test.  Allot an hour to complete the online registration process.  www.actstudent.org/start

Practice materials are available at 

SENIORS please review scholarship information frequently.  This site is your primary source of scholarship information. 

Why? Montana needs more college graduates. Did you know in 2017 only 61% of Montana high school graduates enrolled in college in the fall semester immediately following graduation, and fewer than 50% of Montana’s high school graduates enrolled in the Montana University System? The majority of jobs require at least some postsecondary education. We want all Montana students to succeed in the 21st Century.  An essential step in getting more college graduates is getting more Montana high school seniors to apply to college

JUNIORS please consider taking the SAT or ACT this summer or early fall.  All incoming seniors interested in applying for scholarships and colleges or universities should take either the SAT or ACT before December.  Visit the website (actstudent.org) for either to find out test dates and registration information.  The state of Montana is going to sponsor a free ACT Test in April at Darby High School.   All Juniors will be required to take the test.  Practice materials are available at:

JUNIORS  The state of Montana will be paying for every Junior in the state to take the ACT test in April  It will only be the third time it is ever offered on site at our school for our students to take free of charge!

SOPHOMORES,   PreACT will now be offered free of charge to all Montana Sophomores for one test each April while state funding holds.  PSAT test will be offered at our school each Fall.  Top Sophomore students should consider taking the ACT.  Practice materials are available at: 

ASVAB Test will be given to the Juniors each fall.  Seniors that have not taken the ASVAB can take the test as well if they sign up with Mr. Kohn in advance.

College Fair   Juniors and Seniors go each Fall!

Attention seniors that want to go to college:  Try to make a goal of applying for one scholarship per week.   The more scholarships that you apply for, the better your odds of getting more money for college.