Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools
Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools maintain a tradition of excellence through academic and extra-curricular success. The community takes pride in the variety of educational programs available to families.
Public elementary schools include Fifth Street Elementary (PreK-2), Tenth Street Elementary (3-5), and Ireland Elementary (K-5). Holy Trinity Catholic School (K-5) merged Holy Family School, Precious Blood Elementary, and St. Mary Preschool and offer a religious-based education. Jasper Christian Academy offers a Christian education to students from one year of age to grade twelve.
Jasper Middle School, located on the north side of Jasper, serves students in grades six through eight. The campus, constructed in 2004, is designed to meet the unique educational needs of middle school-aged children. Grade-level wings, spacious classrooms, arts and athletic facilities afford students the opportunities to explore individual interests and participate in a variety of programmatic options.
Jasper High School offers courses of study guiding students toward completion of General, Core 40, Core 40 with Academic Honors, and Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma options. Elective courses in foreign language, fine arts, industrial technology, family and consumer science, business, physical education and health occupations complement core content areas and provide students with a well-rounded educational experience. Jasper High School offers an excellent Fine Arts program and twenty-one different sports.
For school information, contact:
Jasper Public Schools
1520 St. Charles St. – Jasper
Holy Trinity Catholic School
990 Church Ave. – East
1385 W. 6th St. – Central
Ireland – West/Preschool
Jasper Christian Academy
231 Hillside Dr. – Jasper
Vincennes University’s Jasper Campus (VUJC) has educated students from Dubois County and the surrounding area since 1970. Over 1,000 full-time and part-time students enroll on the campus each semester. VUJC offers over forty two-year associate degree programs and one-year certificates, along with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
The 140-acre campus includes a classroom building housing the nursing skills lab, the Virtual Hospital medical simulation lab, computer classrooms, a large lecture hall and the academic support center. The Arnold F. Habig Building, named for the businessman who founded Kimball International and pledged an endowment, houses the campus library, science labs, classrooms and computer labs. The Alvin C. Ruxer Student Center, a gift of the late founder of Jasper Engines & Transmissions, includes a gym, walking track, fitness room, and the Campus Bistro food service area. The Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame is also located in the building. The Administration Building houses Admissions, Continuing Education, Student Services, campus bookstore, and the dean’s office. The Center for Technology, Innovation & Manufacturing opened in 2013 to serve the education and training needs of the local workforce. Several local companies have partnered with VUJC to conduct associate degree programs that assist workers in becoming skilled technicians, working with highly automated equipment.
A wide variety of day and evening classes are offered at VUJC to accommodate a wide variety of students. The small average class size provides individual attention and increased interaction between students and faculty. The faculty at VUJC are well-qualified in their respective fields and provide students with the opportunities to achieve academic success. Students may be eligible for financial aid programs and local scholarships. VUJC is located on the southeast side of Jasper. For class schedule and registration information, call the Administrative Office at 812-482-3030.