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Billings Senior High School Talk Read Edit View history Tools Billings Senior High School, located in Billings, Montana, and part of the Billings Public Schools District, opened in 1940.  Billings Senior High School is a comprehensive public institution.  Notable alumni [ edit] Stanley Anderson, actor 
Billings West High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school in Billings, Montana. The school serves 1,973 students with over 100 certified staff under principal Kelly Hornby. Billings West's school colors are gold and black, and its mascot is the Golden Bear.
This is a list of school districts in Montana. Many schools in Montana are self-administered — that is, not part of a larger district — and are thus counted as individual districts by the state of Montana and the National Center for Education Statistics. Beaverhead County [ edit] Beaverhead County High School Dillon Elementary School
The Garfield School, at 3212 1st Ave., S.S in Billings, Montana, was built in 1920. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012. It has also been known as the New South School and as the Garfield Building. It is a brick masonry building which has two stories plus a daylit basement.
This is a list of high schools in the state of Montana. As of 2016, the enrollment criteria for each class is: 779 and up for Class AA, 307-778 for Class A, 108-306 for Class B and 1-107 for Class C. 
City College at Montana State University Billings, two-year college in Billings  Gallatin College Montana State University, two-year college in Bozeman  Great Falls College Montana State University, two-year technical college in Great Falls Missoula College University of Montana, two-year technical college in Missoula
Billings Herald newspaper begins publication.  Billings Cemetery established. 1883. Coulson -Billings street railway begins operating.  Billings Fire Brigade organized. 1885 - Billings Daily Gazette newspaper begins publication. 1889 - Town becomes part of new State of Montana.