Academic Support


JHMS-JHSC Student-Athletes Illustrating Club Values 

JHSC Ski Education Program

The JHSC Ski Education Program is off and running at JHMS! In our first meeting on Monday, November 6th, Executive Director Brian Krill kicked off the year with an introduction to the five JHSC club values and a discussion of the various types of 'Fun' in winter snow sports. In small groups, students discussed examples of 'challenging', 'easy', and 'people' fun and illustrated or acted out experiences of fun in training, races and competition, and team bonding activities. In our next session, Head U14 Alpine Coach Kevin Keane talked with student athletes about sportsmanship and how best to represent self, club, and community on and off the hill. We're excited for an upcoming series on 'How to be a Good Athlete', with topics including sports nutrition and injury prevention, as well as presentations by guest speakers in January and February. Thanks again to JHMS for hosting us in the Commons. 


JHSC Study Halls Begin November 28

Beginning on November 28 and running until Spring Break, the weekly schedule will be as follows:

Tuesdays: JH Community School and Journeys School Check In. 4-7 PM. Student athletes are encouraged to check in with Grace for any academic support they need.

(Math/Science Study Hall, Tuesdays 6-7:30 PM, to begin January 9 - watch for e mail updates!)

Wednesdays: Humanities/Social Science Study Hall. 4-6:30 PM. Drop in session for writing, language arts, history, psychology, foreign language, and other electives.

All study halls are open to any JHSC athlete on a drop-in basis. Grace is available for academic support on Monday and Thursday afternoons and before school start times if these set times don't work for you. Particularly for Nordic athletes, who have to get to Snow King from Trail Creek, please send me an e mail at and I'm happy to arrange a time to work with you.