One-hundred-thirty seniors from Jackson Hole High School crossed the stage Saturday night to receive their diplomas and thus end their years in Jackson Hole classrooms. However, Principal Scott Crisp says this class emerged as a higher achieving class than most. He says on the average, they collectively scored significantly higher on ACT scores during their junior years; they scored in the 98th percentile in advanced proficiency on the state PAWS test and boast four national merit scholars. Additionally, they are very diverse in the four-year colleges they will be attending; many will be going on academic scholarships and many others on academic scholarships. Crisp adds that five of the graduates finished with perfect 4-point-0 averages. Elsewhere in Jackson, 19 graduated Thursday from Summit High School, 23 graduated Friday from the Community School and ten girls will graduate Wednesday from the Journeys School.