Journeys School

Learn. Think. Act.

Visit Journeys School

Pictures of our nearly 900-acre open space campus and sustainable buildings can’t do them justice. Come and get a real sense of what Journeys School is really like. A peek into the classroom may reveal students speaking Spanish, writing code, discussing Dostoevsky, firing pottery, analyzing data, singing a cappella, programming robots, composing music, interpreting poetry, or building a fort (in the forest on our hillside where kids play during recess). The Admission Office hosts various opportunities to experience our campus and community throughout the year that are listed below.

Prospective Students & Families

Campus Tour

On a campus tour, you will be able to see students and faculty in action. Our Enrollment team will be able to answer all of your questions about academics and student life. Individual and small group tours are offered year-round by appointment. Campus tours during school holidays are possible by appointment. Click here or call 307-732-7775 to schedule your campus tour.

Student Visit Day

All students are invited to visit Journeys School for a day to engage in classes and meet new friends, even before applying. Students are paired up with a Journeys School host for the day who will show them what life at Journeys School is like. For students who have applied, a student visit is required and is followed by a Family Interview that afternoon. For applicants who do not currently live in Jackson and can't make it to campus for a visit, we can accommodate a Zoom meeting. Click here or call 307-732-7775 to schedule your Student Visit Day today.

Directions to the Admission Office

Click here for directions and a campus map.

Contact the Admission Office

Phone: 307-732-7775
Fax: 307-733-3340

Mailing Address
Journeys School
700 Coyote Canyon Road
Jackson, Wyoming 83001

Admission Office hours:
School Year: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Summer: Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
School holidays: By appointment

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