Campuses & Area
Teton Science Schools have expanded from its origins in an old school bus to two campuses in the Jackson Hole region, one situated in Grand Teton National Park and the other in Jackson, Wyoming. Both campuses offer a unique experience to visitors, students and employees and both provide multi-use opportunities.
Located less than two miles from the town of Jackson, the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools is nestled on a 900-acre site comprised of creeks, ponds, aspen, conifer and sage habitats.
Just two miles west of Moose, Wyoming on the south fork of the Snake River sits a small enclave of buildings nestled in a meadow of sage and sticky geranium. The ranch is surrounded by dense forest. It was here, on this unassuming site, that the Wilderness Act and the modern conservation movement were born.
Located inside Grand Teton National Park, the Kelly Campus is the original campus of Teton Science Schools.