Teton Science School is spent annually at the School's Kelly Campus near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The resident campus allows the Upper Elementary students the opportunity to study Earth Science, Ecology and Biology in a hands-on setting. The older students get a taste of what it is like to be a scientist in the wild.
Chime Choir incorporates music reading with the joy of making music with other students. They meet once a week after school. Students from the 3rd through the 6th years can participate. The choir provides an opportunity to present music in the community as well as school programs.
Summer program features a standard primary class that includes indoor and outdoor activities. The older students are given leadership coaching and practical experience in the primary environment. The focus of each summer is different and covers materials that are unique. Past themes have included regions of the United States, science, mathematics, islands of the world and more.