Student Success Night, celebrating the start of Quincy High School students’ academic journey, is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 20 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
“There are so many great things happening at QHS,” says Erica Perdue, English teacher and event coordinator. “This is our opportunity to showcase some of the talent that we get to see on a daily basis.”
This year brings new teachers and new classes for students to experience. Creative Writing, Automotive, Data Science, Ag Mechanics, Floral Design, Electronics, and 3-D Printing are just some of the options for students to choose. Want the most challenging curriculum available? QHS offers seven Advanced Placement courses approved by the College Board. And popular classes are back, such as Baking and Pastry, Drama, Natural Resources, and Graphic Design. There’s something for everyone!
Also, our staff includes many QHS grads who have returned home to raise their families, live, and work in the community where they grew up.
“I’m thrilled to return to my hometown and alma mater and raise my family amongst family and friends,” says Beau Blanton, new 7th grade Math teacher and schoolwide PE teacher. “I’m excited to encourage and motivate the next generation of students!”
Student Success Night includes demonstrations, tables, meet and greet, prize drawings, and a delicious dinner.
Join us for the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations, gain insight into our Trojan students’ educational experience, and find ways to help them to be successful this school year.
Information submitted by Quincy High School