Summer Camps

Learning Shouldn’t Stop in the Summer

2019 Summer Camp Registration Coming Soon! Please Browse Our Summer Camp Listings Below.

Registration will open soon. If you would like to be notified when registration opens please call 307-734-3707.
2019 summer camps will begin June 17 and run through August 16, 2019. TSS offers camps at our Jackson, Kelly and Teton Valley, Idaho campuses. Programs vary in length from two to five days per week up to a month-long program for high school students.

Join Teton Science Schools for outdoor adventure, hands-on learning, and fun. Our summer camps offer a progression of place-based experiences for all ages. Explore Jackson Hole and Teton Valley while making new friends, learning new skills and discovering new places.

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Ages 24 months - 6 years

Our youngest campers discover the wonders of outdoor spaces through hands-on exploration and play. These camps offer plenty of opportunities for creativity and inquiry.

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Entering Grades 1-4

Elementary campers dive into the natural world through experimentation and mini-adventures. These camps highlight curiosity, experience and discovery.

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Entering Grades 5-6

Upper elementary school campers investigate wildlands and wildlife while developing outdoor skills. These camps are the perfect introduction to outdoor adventure and field science.

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Entering Grades 7-9

Middle school campers build community and discover their strengths in the Wyoming wilderness. These camps prioritize field science, stewardship, teambuilding, and service.

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Entering Grades 9-12

High school campers develop connections with their peers and wild places through multi-week outdoor expeditions. These camps foster scientific discovery, leadership, and individual expression.

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Our Locations

Teton Science Schools offers camps in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Teton Valley, Idaho. We use the wild lands of Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest and the National Elk Refuge as our classroom.

Our Staff

Teton Science Schools’ instructors are dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming experience for all students. Our instructors are skilled leaders, educators and outdoor enthusiasts who are passionate about connecting students to the natural world. They inspire students to explore the unknown, think creatively, and develop new skills and friendships.

Our History

In 1967, Ted Major took 12 students into the field to study the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Today, we serve thousands of students from around the world. Our programs have grown, but our philosophy remains the same: students learn best about the natural world when they’re in nature.