Class of 2011

Upcoming Events


  • Screening of Film "Most Likely to Succeed"

    Watch this edu-documentary about the future of education at Teton County Library from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Co-sponsored by JHCS and Center of Wonder.

  • Senior Project Presentations

    Join us for a new "Product Night" May 18th from (5:30pm-8:00pm) for any seniors who have produced a product through their project. Then, all seniors will present during "Senior Project Symposium" May 24th (8:00am-4:00pm). Both events will showcase what seniors have learned through their semester-long capstone projects. Join us!

  • Four National Merit Semifinalists in JHCS' Senior Class!

    JHCS has four students among the pool of semifinalists for National Merit Scholarships. Read about them here. Seniors Walter T., Forest T., Tristan W. and Matthew W. qualified as NMSC Semifinalists putting them among less than one percent of all U.S. high school seniors.

  • JHCS Alumnus Does Summer Research for NASA

    Alumnus Parker C. was hired by NASA this summer. Doing research for two top climate scientists, he made a discovery about how volcanoes affect climate change. Case was able to present about his discovery at the Lamont Observatory at Columbia University. Congrats Case, we could not be prouder!

  • JHCS grad, Megan Grassell named one of Time Magazine's most influential teens!

    Wyoming native and founder of Yellowberry, Megan Grassell, 19, named one of TIME magaazine’s most influential teens in 2014. She joins an impressive list including: Mo’ne Davis, 13, Sasha Obama, 13, Malia Obama, 16, Chloë Grace Moretz, 17, and Malala Yousafzai, 17. 

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