Thank you for your interest in Mountain Academy!
Seeking Curious Learners
The Admissions Journey
Take the first step in the admissions process. Once we receive your Inquiry Form, we’ll connect for a virtual engagement so we can learn more about your family’s educational needs and philosophies.
Tour the Mountain Academy Jackson Campus!
Join us for Mountain Academy Mondays, every Monday during the school year. Mountain Academy Mondays are held from 9:30-11:00 a.m., and tours will alternate each week between the Lower School and Middle and Upper School.
What can I expect?
Mountain Academy Mondays will provide prospective families with an opportunity to tour our Jackson Campus and learn more about the school through an overview and Q&A session with our division heads. Tours begin at 9:30 am in our Welcome Center lobby, and you’ll be led through a walking tour of the campus and classrooms. Immediately following the tour, you’ll return to the Welcome Center for a Q&A session with our Associate Head of School and Division Head. Beverages will be provided.
We ask all Mountain Academy tour attendees to wear a mask when indoors on campus and when distance is not possible when outdoors. Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19, and/or has been in close contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19, and/or has been in close contact with an unwell person with an undiagnosed illness, and/or has been diagnosed with COVID-19 will not be permitted on campus.
Sign-up today to reserve your tour time!
Mountain Academy Mondays
Sessions Resume this Fall
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After Feb. 1st
Acceptances + Tuition Assistance Awards
YES! You Can.
Let us help your family make a Mountain Academy education possible!
The Tuition Assistance Program is designed to help families remove financial barriers to entry and pave a way forward towards an unmatched educational experience.
As a community, all families contribute toward the cost of a Mountain Academy education. While it is our belief that each family must place a top financial priority on their student’s education, we offer a Tuition Assistance program so that you can invest in your child’s education based on your family’s financial capabilities.
It's time to submit your application!Once your application has been received, the Admissions Team will connect with next steps.
Complete Your Application
You’re almost there! A student’s application provides the admissions committee a holistic look at each individual applicant – from their interests, learning styles to personalities. The Mountain Academy community thrives when it welcomes and nurtures families that will support and fully embrace the school’s mission and values. Through the application process, our hope is to help identify students who are best suited for our program and whose families will contribute as global citizens in our community.
As part of your application, we will schedule a Family Interview – an opportunity for your family to have a conversation with members of the admissions committee include faculty. Currently, these sessions are virtual.
Families can also choose an optional Virtual Classroom Visit to meet current students and faculty.
Supplemental materials required:
- Student evaluation(s) by a current teacher:
- One evaluation for applicants of grades K – 5
- Two evaluations for applicants of grades 6 – 12
- Report Card (grades 1 – 12) – most recent
- Standardized Testing (grades 1 – 12) – most recent
During open-enrollment, admissions decisions will be made in March. Rolling admissions decisions are usually made within two weeks after all materials are received.
Founded in 1997 by Dr. John C. Malone, the Malone Family Foundation funds scholarships for identified talented and gifted students with financial need on our Jackson campus. Scholarship opportunity is for students in grades 7 to 10.
Mountain Academy of Teton Science Schools admits students of any gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, and national and ethnic origin and provides them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, and national and ethnic origin in administration of its policies and programs.