After receiving over 170 community suggestions and discussing those with students, staff and parents, the High School Naming Committee (a group of over 20 individuals representing students, staff, administrators, parents and the Bozeman community) chose five of the names to present to the School Board of Trustees. Now we want your opinion! Please share what you think our community’s second high school should be named. The final decision of a name will be made by the School Board of Trustees. Input received from this poll will be considered but it is not intended to be an absolute vote.

Thank you for participating!

 

Gallatin High School
Brief description: Gallatin is the name of our county and also popular local river.  Bozeman is the county seat for Gallatin County. Albert Gallatin was the US Treasury Secretary who helped plan the Lewis & Clark expedition.  The name also provides historical connection for the new high school, as the first high school in our area was named Gallatin County High School.


Spanish Peaks High School
Brief description: Mountain range south and west of Bozeman, known to the people of the community. Clearly visible from the front entrance and many classrooms of the new high school.  Provides a connection between the new high school and Southwest Gallatin Valley / Gallatin Canyon.


Storm Castle High School
Brief description:  Mountain peak in southwest Montana, known to the people of the community for the mountain peak and the associated hiking trail.  Provides a connection between the new high school and Southwest Gallatin Valley/Gallatin Canyon.


West High School
Brief description:  The new high school is located on the west side of Bozeman and sits west of the current high school. The name provides a connection between the new high school and the residence of many students who are attending the school.


Westslope High School
Brief description:  The Westslope Cutthroat Trout is the official state fish for Montana.  The name is known to the people of the state. The name also signifies that the school sits on the west side of our community with views of the west slope of the Bridger Mountain Range.





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* What part of Bozeman do you live in:

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* What is your relationship to BSD7:

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* Please select the name you prefer from the following list:

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