Jackson Community School Has New Leader
JACKSON, Wyo. — The Jackson Hole Community School is getting a new leader.
The board of the independent high school picked Colin "Max" Roach as its new leader. Roach is currently the upper school director at the Darlington School in Georgia. He will start in Jackson next year and replaces outgoing head and school founder Scott Hirschfield.
Jackson Hole Community School opened in 2004 with 18 students. Now there are nearly 100. The school focuses on college prep as well as community service.