Teton Science Schools

Educating for a Vibrant World

  • Monday July 4, 2011
  • The 44th Edition of High School Field Ecology has Commenced! (Video)

    We are thrilled to get moving with an exciting month ahead. The day started with warm sunshine on the Tetons while one of our more outgoing instructors greeted the students at the Jackson Hole airport dressed in a pika suit and a tie to formalize the occasion.
  • Saturday July 2, 2011
  • High School Field Ecology Instructors Prep for 2011 (Video)

    The High School Field Ecology Instructors spent last week scouting and preparing for the arrival of this group.
  • Thursday June 16, 2011
  • Summer Family Adventures Kick Off with New Tracking Thursdays

    Teton Science Schools are set to begin another fantastic summer filled with adventures for youth and families. This year we are excited to announce the addition of Tracking Thursdays: Evening Stroll and Ice Cream.
  • One Great Story

    My final week in the field was a great conclusion to my time as an AmeriCorps volunteer. The group of students I lead was a fourth grade class from Rock Springs, Wyoming.
  • Graduate Students Explore Yellowstone

    Graduate Students spent four weeks of April and May studying the botany, ornithology, and insects of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in an academic course titled Advanced Elements of Field
  • Graduation and Celebration

    Last Wednesday, in front of almost 400 people (including 80 who watched our virtual webcast), Journeys School graduated six seniors, sixteen 8th grade students, and twelve 5th grade students.


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