Enjoy our debate over universal healthcare. https://photos.app.goo.gl/jFxQwyIN13iiQYYx1
Welcome to Middle School (6th graders), seventh graders, eighth graders, and new students. It has been a fantastic first week and a half. New students and sixth graders are acclimating themselves to the Quest Academy Middle School. Through the first week and a half, each…
We are really proud of the Quest Academy sixth graders with their projects for our annual Mini-History Fair Thursday. Following will be the three performances as well as links to their websites. Enjoy. Alex Amy Blake Websites Grant www.medgarevershistoryfair.weebly.com Anthony http://anthonykholoshenkokukluxklan.weebly.com/ Mark http://mhfmusic.weebly.com Nicholas http://emmetttillmhf.weebly.com…
Here are good clips for you to share with family members. What an awesome concert. The band sounded fantastic. Star Wars Take on Me Uptown Funk Hawaii 5-0 Four Seasons Medley Bohemian Rhapsody Journey Medley Prince Medley
There is still time to purchase The Pearl Thief and Black Dove White Ravenfor author Elizabeth Wein’s visit to Quest Academy scheduled by Anderson’s Bookshops. We have sent a link to a Google form. Just indicate if you want to purchase one or both books….
Quest Academy’s Honors Choir and Chamber Choir both earned gold ratings at the New Orleans Heritage Music Festival. Quest’s choir, a middle school choir, earned the top score among the all high school choir competition. Quest scored 190 out of a possible score of 200….
In order for students to better understand the treatment of Asian immigrants who attempted to enter America through Angel Island, they researched and presented elements of order in Ancient China. The students did a great job.
Please enjoy what was a live telecast on Periscope of Quest Academy seventh graders performing Romeo and Juliet. Watch on #Periscope: @questgifteded performing Romeo & Juliet https://t.co/NlQnnbG2EB — Knightly Readers (@knightlyreaders) March 16, 2017
Mr. Shilhanek’s eighth grade LA/SS class produced podcasts for their February Independent Reading projects. Four groups read The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel, The Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley, and Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Carde. Two of…
Quest Academy sixth graders presented immigration legislation to try to understand treatment and attitudes toward immigrants. They did a great job.