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"There’s nowhere to hide when you’re a journalist in Jackson Hole. I run into sources in the grocery store, at the trailhead and even perched on the chairlift. Living and working in a small resort community gives me even more motivation to write fair, accurate stories. It’s always fun to walk into a coffee shop and see someone holding my work in their hands...  [Click Read More to see the rest of this article by Kylie Mohr '12.]

"The show I’ve worked on the most is Z Nation, which can be found on Netflix.  We shot our last season this past summer, and I was an assistant production coordinator during most of it.  Essentially that job is managing all the travel, housing, and additional needs of crew, on top of filling in all the cracks that the other positions on the film don’t cover.  Like planning the wrap party or standing in as the body double for a nurse being stabbed...  [Click Read More to see the rest of this article by Alixandra Saucier '12.]

Students created all kinds of objects with clay and then fired and painted their work.  See a Photo Gallery of the design process and final results from this week-long summer camp.

Students in the Intro to PhotoShop and Illustrator summer camp designed creatures, posters and colorful effects.  See a Photo Gallery of them at work and of some of their creations.

Inspired by the USA Women's World Cup victory, and Saint George's own girls soccer state champions, the summer Soccer Camp for boys and girls in grades 6-12 was a popular activity.  See a Photo Gallery of them running around the field in mid-July.

A week-long skills camp was great preparation for students planning to compete at Spokane's Hoopfest weekend at the end of June!  See a Photo Gallery of them shooting hoops in the Schmidt Center Gym.

The Outdoor Club's summer wilderness experience was a five-day hike through the Pasayten Wilderness in north central Washington.  See a Photo Gallery of them encountering snow and rain, as well as spectacular views in the mountains near the Canadian border.

Students assembled their own 3D printers and then used them to create a variety of objects during this week-long summer camp.  See a Photo Gallery of them printing out all kinds of objects!

Lower School students designed and built robots with Legos that could move using computer programming.  See a Photo Gallery of them hard at work during this week-long summer camp.

Younger students in the Around the World summer camp learned about the languages, foods and cultures of five countries.  See photo galleries from their days focused on China and on India.  They also explored the Ukraine, Peru and Egypt.


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