The mission of Jackson Hole Classical Academy is to cultivate within its students the wisdom and virtue necessary to discover their God-given potential and contribute
to a flourishing and free society.

Love of Learning

Beauty of the Arts



Head of School Memo

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  • Head of School Update: Wednesday, September 11

    There was a beautiful herd of elk resting in the corner of our property this morning as I drove into the school. This is such a beautiful place to build a school and work every day! We are so blessed to have more space, bright classrooms, and mountain views from every point on the land. Our week of firsts – first birthday books, first poetry recitation, first morning assembly, first Latin quiz, first day of rain with no gym, first sack lunch delivery, first sick child -- is over.  Everything went more smoothly than expected.
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Owl News

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  • JH Classical Academy Hosts Open House to Accept Community Input

    Jackson Hole Classical Academy hosted a Community Open House on Thursday, May 16. JH Classical Faculty and staff presented a selection of preliminary drawings of the campus and area surrounding and sought input from gathered families, neighbors, and local elected officials.
     
    Along with JH Classical personnel, representatives from Bouma and Bergmann, the construction and design firms, joined to field questions about the building and plans. Andrew Renner and Jeff Ledy contributed decades of experience working on hundreds of school projects to the conversation and were able to address a wide variety of ideas and concerns. The two fielded questions during the event on both the temporary and permanent campus.
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Student Life

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  • Cross Country Club at Jackson Hole Classical Academy

    Cross Country Club

    You might see a band of Jackson Hole Classical Academy t-shirts along the bike path after school. That's the middle school running club. Mrs. Walter and Mr. Sawyer have been coaching a stalwart band of students on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Practices run about an hour and include warm ups, endurance and tempo runs, stretching, and core workouts. 
     
    The JHCA team got their first taste of friendly competition at Old Bill's Fun Run. Their first official cross-country meet will take place in Afton at 4:00PM on Thursday September 19. Their season will close with a race in Shelley Idaho on September 27th. 
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In The Classroom

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  • 10th Grade Presentations on "The Chemistry of Life"

    On Tuesday, April 23rd, Jackson Hole Classical Academy’s tenth grade students culminated their sophomore research project with a formal presentation to an audience of family, faculty, and students. The tenth-grade science curriculum is built upon the framework of understanding chemistry as the structure, composition, and behavior of the atoms and molecules which make up all of our natural world. In January, students were given the task of applying this knowledge by selecting a common item in their lives and researching the chemistry behind its composition, creation, and function. Pete Cook, Jacqueline Neishabouri, and Kim Ripley researched the chemistry of coffee, golf balls, and air-activated hand warmers, respectively.
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Contact

Jackson Hole Classical Academy
P.O. Box 7466
Jackson, WY 83002
 
Enrollment Inquiries:
Polly Friess
(307) 690-8396
 
All Other Inquiries:
School Office
(307) 201-5040






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