Murie Spirit of Conservation Awards

Celebrating Bhutan’s Leadership in Conservation

Young Women and Science

For 8th and 9th grade learners thrilled to learn about science and Nature

Now offering public shared Grand Teton sunrise and sunset tours!

Enjoy the splendor of nature on a sunrise or sunset tour!

Mountain Academy-Jackson Campus

Now offers an Early Childhood Program for 18 month and 2 year olds

Mission Critical

Teaching resilience through nature

For over fifty years, Teton Science Schools have connected learners of all ages to their backyards, America’s national parks and the world by inspiring curiosity, engagement and leadership through transformative place-based education.

Learning is in our nature

Teton Science Schools provides place and space for learners who are academically driven, naturally curious and inspired by the great outdoors.

Profiles in Place

Docent Dan

Hearth and Home

Docent Dan, resident storyteller and face of Murie Ranch, retired after seven years last fall. He received the title of Honorary Interpretive Park Ranger by the Grand Teton National Park for his commitment to sharing the Murie legacy with thousands of NPS visitors.

Meet Docent Dan
Docent Dan

Does happiness help students learn?

According to recent neuroscience research, happy students are engaged students. After a tumultuous past few years in the classroom, it’s time for the J-factor - bringing joy into the learning process.

A Happier Classroom

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Bhutan’s Environmental Dedication Will Take Center Stage At The 13th Annual Murie Spirit of Conservation Awards

  Teton Science Schools will host the 13th Annual Murie Spirit of Conservation Awards on October 17 at 7:00 p.m. MST at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming.   Teton Science Schools is proud to honor the Kingdom of Bhutan with the Murie Spirit of Conservation Award, for its dedication to environmental preservation,… read more