Jackson, WY – Organizers of the Jackson Hole Community School hope to begin accepting the first students in September. Co-founders Scott Hirschfield and Kathleen Crowley have scheduled a March 3rd meeting to outline their plans for the private school. Those plans include enrolling as many as 125 students, offering international baccalaureate classes and providing scholarships to students who cannot afford the $10,000.00 annual tuition. The two have worked nearly four years to open Jackson Hole's first college prep high school. The school will be located in a business park.