Continuing Education

Welcome, Ennis Continuing Education Students!

Now Accepting Instructor Inquiries for Fall, Winter, and Spring Sessions.

Session Dates:

Fall 2022- September 12th- November 6th

Winter 2023- January 9th-March 5th

Spring 2023- April 11th-May21st

Contact Us

Ennis Continuing Education
PO Box 517
223 Charles Street
Ennis, MT 59729
(406) 682-4258 ext.217

Email: continuinged@ennisschools.org

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 8:30 pm-6:30 pm

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Our Mission

The Ennis Continuing Education (ECE) Program offers a broad range of courses, skilled instructions, and facilities intended for the personal enjoyment and professional benefit of adults in Madison County. Our hope for this program is two-fold: first, our program encourages as many people as possible to enrich themselves by discovering and/or further exploring their respective interests, pursuits, and talents. Secondly, our program inspires participants to share whatever they gain with one another in a genuine spirit of community building. The Ennis Continuing Education Program is devoted to providing a variety of superior-quality, lifelong learning opportunities that both enhance individual lives and build communal spirit throughout Madison County.

Our History

The Ennis Continuing Education program dates back to the 1980s! In the 1980s the ECE program started off as simply a safe and warm place to walk during the winter months.  From this, it started moving forward with community interests such as sewing, art, and music.  Once individuals recognized the school was a great meeting place for community events, the Continuing Education Program began hosting events such as public meetings, blood drives, and flu shots just to name a few.

Upon the arrival of the 1990s, when the computer age started to boom, the ECE program never fell behind.  On top of offering a great community gathering place, it became much more of a special interest program. What once was used for informal gatherings, parade prep, and Easter egg hunts, suddenly became an educational facility for adults to expand their knowledge and foster perpetual growth.

The ECE program has since then expanded dramatically into both the educational and recreational realms, offering even more classes and events for all to enjoy.  With a full program of classes, we hope to support the needs and wants of the Madison County Community for many years to come!

Fall 2022 Session

Our Fall session is an eight-week program with classes starting on September 12th, 2022, and ending on November 6th, 2022. Registration for classes and workshops will open on Monday, August 29th, and will close one week after class has started. This will allow students to drop or add a class as needed. Registration for workshops will close three to five days before the day of the workshop.