Journeys School

Journeys School at a Glance

After attempts to create a charter school within Teton County school district, Journeys School opened its doors in 2001 as an independent school with a mission to provide innovative, place-based education in Jackson Hole. Journeys School has evolved and grown while maintaining a learning model founded on academic engagement, community focus and character development. Journeys School enrolls 160 students in Pre-K through 12th grade. A Journeys School education prepares students to become lifelong learners and leaders.

Journeys School is accredited by the Northwest Association of Independent Schools and offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.

Faculty & Staff

  • Nancy Lang Head of School, Journeys School

  • Ashley Babcock Faculty

  • Bari Bucholz Faculty

  • Mika Burdette Administrative Assistant, Office Manager

  • Beth Caputi Counseling Specialist

  • George Cartwright Faculty

  • Tonya Cranston Lead Learning Specialist

  • Paige Fisher Faculty

  • Rachael Karns Faculty

  • Amanda Kern Faculty

  • Shoshana Kobrin Faculty

  • Heidi Kohler Faculty

  • Corbin Lang Faculty

  • Ethan Lobdell Director of Student and Family Experience

  • Christina Macy Faculty

  • Tracy Mulligan Faculty

  • Molly Nash Faculty

  • Drew Overholser Faculty

  • David Porter Director of Program Development

  • Peter Poutiatine Faculty

  • Charlotte Quesada Faculty

  • Kelly Samuels Faculty

  • Warren Samuels Director of Enrollment Management

  • Shannon Shuptrine Director of Elementary School

  • Zach Singer Faculty

  • Erin Solomon Director of Pre-K

  • Jonathan Souter Faculty

  • Matt Stech Director of Student Growth and Learning

  • Betsy Trowbridge Curriculum and Program Design Coordinator - Place Network

  • Kellie Walsh Faculty

  • Emmy Watsabaugh Faculty

  • Dabney West Faculty

  • John Williams Faculty