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 JHC [ ... ]
Senior Project Presentations
Join us for a new "Product Night" May 18th from 5-8pm and all day May 24th for the Senior Project Sy [ ... ]
Spring Fever Gala 2016
Thank you everyone for an amazing Spring Fever Gala! The event was a great success in raising funds to support the [ ... ]
Admissions Information Night
Admissions Information night on January 26, 2016. Please contact Ella Farnsworth at 307-733-5427 ext 104, or at ef [ ... ]
JHCS Alumni Return to Campus
Exciting News about College Acceptances!
We received word of many early college acceptances this week, and we are very pleased to report that we have seniors who [ ... ]
Alum Awarded Young Investigators Award from Columbia University
Parker Case was recently awarded the Young Investigators award from Columbia University. He will be traveling to San Fra [ ... ]
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 Wa [ ... ]
Community School Art Project Featured in Teton Family Magazine
"While planning her art syllabus for the Jackson Hole Community School, professional artist Shannon Troxler found h [ ... ]
School Starts September 2!
The faculty and staff are thrilled to have the halls filled with students once again, and to start another gre [ ... ]
Student Registration Starts Next Week!
Last names A–M register 4–6pm on Monday, August 31
Last names N–Z register 4&ndas [ ... ]
JHCS Alumnus Does Summer Research for NASA
Alumnus Parker C. was hired by NASA this summer. Doing research for two top climate scientists,  [ ... ]
High Country News Hails JHCS Student Readers!
High Country News is excited to have Community School students reading their paper, and they aren't afraid to show i [ ... ]
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 teen [ ... ]