146 students went through the graduation ceremony at Jackson Hole High School Saturday morning, while at the same time honoring four retiring faculty members. High School Principal, Dr. Scott Crisp, says not unlike the classes who have graduated before them from Jackson Hole High School, the class of 2012 carried on the high tradition of high achievement. Crisp says about 70% of the graduating class has a 3.0% grade point average or higher and they have an 85% to 90% acceptance rate into post-secondary institutions. Unique this year, Crisp says the students honored four of their teachers who are retiring at the end of the school year. Crisp says retirees Steve and Kathy Holzer, Les Bishop and Kathy Kjellgren have about 150 years of experience between them. Crisp says four of the graduating students have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 4-point-0 during their high school years.