Professional Development & Consulting

At Teton Science Schools

At Our Campus

At our campuses we offer a wide array of professional development opportunities designed for teachers and administrators in public and independent schools. Workshops include opportunities to explore place-based learning, gain leadership skills, learn more about teaching current topics including climate change and work with well-known national and international speakers.

“Having Teton Science Schools leverage for those partnering ideas, for the professional learning for our staff, for someone to help us keep our north store. It’s like gold.”
~Jill Fineis, Head of School & Co-Founder of Pinnacles Prep Charter School

Jackson Campus

The Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools sits on nearly 900-acres just two miles outside of the historic town of Jackson, Wyoming. 

All buildings were designed using high-performance materials with low-level organic compounds to provide indoor learning spaces that complement the outdoor beauty. Natural lighting and innovation in space design have resulted in an environment that benefits all who live, work, study and visit the Jackson Campus.

Kelly Campus

Located on the eastern edge of Grand Teton National Park, the Kelly Campus of Teton Science Schools is the original home of Teton Science Schools programming beginning in 1974.

The campus is comprised of rustic log buildings preserved in a historic western setting with incredible views of the Teton Range.

Murie Ranch

Just west of Moose, Wyoming in Grand Teton National Park sits a small enclave of buildings nestled in a meadow of sage and sticky geranium. It was here, at The Murie Ranch, that the Wilderness Act and the modern conservation movement were born. Today, the ranch hosts daylong and residential programming for youth, adults and families.

Teton Valley Campus

Teton Valley is home to one of our two Mountain Academy campuses. Located on ten acres just a few blocks from Main Street in downtown Victor, Idaho, this campus includes houses for different grade levels, outdoor space, a library yurt and space for the farm and garden program. Students spend a significant amount of time outside in the play yard, which is specifically designed for open-ended play.