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There is still room to register for AP Summer Bridge for students in grades 10-12.  If you are entering grades 10-12 next year and are scheduled to take at least one AP class, click on the link below to participate in the August 1-5 event.


Are you an incoming ninth grader scheduled to take AP Human Geography and AP Computer Science Principles?  There is a special class scheduled for you on Monday, August 15 during SLC Week.  E-mail your full name and next year's course title to to register.


QUEST Class of 2017:  Please review your Senior Project summer assignment on the QUEST web page. Mr. Lind and Ms. Hill visited your history classes to review ideas.  


Would you like to get an early start on your project?  Certain projects, such as job-shadowing a medical professional, sometimes require paperwork that can take a while.  Starting in the summer on your project makes sense for those types of projects, or for students who intend to apply to universities with early application deadlines.  Additionally, getting early approval means you will have the input of BOTH senior project teachers, and it will give you a good start on finding a mentor. 


For all of you, securing a mentor before September will make a BIG difference in how your project starts off.  Early approval will give you the clarity you need to convince someone to help you.  Click on the link below or e-mail Ms. Hill at or Mr. Lind at


Program Overview


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QUEST is an established community of highly motivated, advanced, and gifted college-bound students. The rigorous curriculum includes accelerated, honors and five required Advanced Placement (AP) courses. The mission of QUEST is to provide a course of study which will engage, motivate, and prepare students for the competitive admissions standards of the UC system and other top universities throughout the nation. QUEST students are also active participants in a variety of extra and co-curricular campus activities which include sports, the arts, and student government. Unique opportunities include interdisciplinary field trips, college tours, and a Senior Project class. Each year QUEST graduates are accepted to universities such as Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, MIT, Stanford, West Point, USC, UCLA, and Berkeley. Annually many graduates of QUEST receive acceptance letters from numerous UC schools. 


What Makes QUEST Unique?

  • It’s an established, diverse, community of bright and motivated students
  • A pathway of five Advanced Placement classes
  • Students take an average of about 9 Advanced Placement classes
  • Overnight field trips to enrich curriculum
  • GATE Certified and trained faculty
  • UC approved elective Senior Project class
  • QUEST graduates attend and earn scholarships to top universities such as UCLA, UC Berkeley, Cornell, West Point, MIT, Stanford, USC, Columbia, Harvard, and Duke.

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