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



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  • Head of School Update, Saturday April 14, 2018

    Dear JH Classical Academy Parents

    Songs can stir powerful emotions that transport us back in time. Opening Ceremony on Monday morning began with listening to three glorious pieces by 16th Century British composer Thomas Tallis. My mind retrieved experiences singing that early polyphony in numerous cathedrals across England, Scotland, and Wales, recalling the beautiful reverberations and an important time in my life. Music suggests much about the society in which it is created, reflecting the culture and people of historical times. Students learned how Tallis adapted his compositions to fit the demands of rapidly shifting Royal tastes during a time of political and religious turmoil and how he influenced his pupil and fellow composer William Byrd.
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In The Classroom

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  • Ancient Greek Masks

    In their studies of the Ancient world, Miss Rock’s 7th grade ancient history class recently reenacted a section of The Frogs by Aristophanes, the 4th century Greek comic playwright. After studying Sophocles tragedy Antigone and excerpts from Aristophanes’ The Frogs, the 7th grade students pulled from their newfound knowledge of Greek culture and drama to contribute to the performance. Each student created a mask to represent a figure from the play, some making up the Chorus of frogs, where the play gets its name, and others the mythological figures of the god Dionysus and the ferryman of Hades, Charon.
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Student Life

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  • 6th grade Paschall McDaniel takes 7th in Student Spelling Bee

    In the Wyoming State Spelling Bee on Saturday March 24, 6th grade Paschall McDaniel competed with 1st through 8th grade students from across the state in the bee. This was the second level of the Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee which is held nationwide. She represented JH Classical and took 7th place against more than 75 competitors. This was Paschall's first state state competition, and she made it to the final ten students in her first year competing. Congratulations Paschall! 
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Owl Happenings

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  • Neighborhood Open House

    An Owl Happenings’ Neighborhood Open House was held at the Classical Academy on Thursday, April 12th. Representatives from Bouma Construction, Bergmann Architects, Y2 Consultants, Three Elephant Public Relations, the JH Preservation Board and the JH Historical Society were all present to share plans for our school’s future site plan and proposed direction. Many families and friends of the school came out to support our project.
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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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