O'Connor photography, our official photography vendor, will be taking Graduation pictures for Our School.
Through a rigorous and relevant curriculum, Quartz Hill High School will prepare students to be responsible citizens. Students will improve the quality of life in our school and community at large by displaying tolerance, respect for others, poise, and self-control, and by participating in the democratic process.
Students will demonstrate the ability to communicate ides clearly and to respond appropriately to the messages of others through reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students will work to analyze and evaluate information in order to build critical thinking skills that can be used to create innovative solutions to real-world problems. Students will demonstrate a positive work ethic by practicing organizational strategies, planning ahead, and using effective study skills independently.
You have less than a month to go to make to graduation. Don't miss out on graduation because you miss out on information!
Our Track and Field Students have made in onto the AV Press
This is a reminder as we approach graduation, that items need to be completed and turned into the Activities office.
Summer School applications are available beginning April 16th in the Guidance Office
Tutoring is available to you RIGHT NOW for almost all our classes. It is easy to use, easy to navigate, and FREE as long as you are a student in the Antelope Valley Union High School District!
The senior information packet is now available for download.
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Summer school is not just for catching up, it is for getting ahead too! Summer school runs from July 1 - July 26, Monday-Friday from 7:30am-1:00pm on each high school and Academy Prep Junior high campus. Contact the school counseling office for more details.
Last week, 57 students from the Antelope Valley Union High School District (AVUHSD) graduated from the 3rd Annual Medical Exploring Post in the Antelope Valley hosted by Kaiser Permanente.