Thank you for expressing an interest in Great Falls Central Catholic Schools International Student Programs. Please find below information based on this current academic year that we hope will answer many of your questions.
Our relationships with US Colleges and Universities, as well as our individualized ESL Program, make Great Falls Central Catholic High School a great choice.
In October of 2013, Great Falls Central Catholic High School received approval from the U.S. Department of Justice – Immigration and Naturalization Service; on their Petition for Approval of School for Attendance by Non-immigrant Students, or F1 Status. Great Falls Central Catholic High School is currently accepting students for the 2019-20 academic school year, for the following program:
F1 Host Family Program
The host family program is designed for students who intend to stay with a host family. Great Falls Central Catholic will assist in identifying a limited number of host families. In the event that all of the current host family positions are filled, the student or agency will need to provide for this arrangement.
This will provide students with a wide variety of educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities and give students the chance to experience so much that Montana has to offer. Among the possibilities are skiing, hiking, camping, white-water rafting, snowboarding, and fishing. There are also art galleries and museums ranging from modern to Old West to military history. Click here to visit the Great Falls tourism website. Click here to visit the official Montana tourism website.
Dependent upon program chosen. Please call Great Falls Central Catholic High School at (406) 216-3344 for details. Visit us at www.greatfallscentral.org to see all of the exciting academic and extra-curricular programs our accredited private school has to offer.
Additionally, ask about our programs associated with the University of Great Falls and Great Falls College-Montana State University. Foreign exchange students graduating from Great Falls Central will be eligible for scholarships from the University of Great Falls.