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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.
If you have not started the application process for AVC for Summer/Fall 2020, NOW is the time to start.
On Friday, February 21st Quartz Hill will be having its annual Winterball!
QHHS provides access to FREE tutoring online 24/7.
Got Game? - NASEF is a national esports league that uses STEM learning with competitive video gaming. Don’t just be a another player, learn the business and officially train as a pro gamer.
CyberPatriot is a national student competition by the Air Force where you are in charge of managing & securing computer networks. Learn to be a white hacker today.
Yesterday, Quartz Hill High School Graduating Senior Shanti Davis was surprised as the winner of Antelope Valley Chevrolet’s "Be Cool, Stay in School" program — and a brand new 2018 Chevy Sonic!
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.
Yesterday, AVUHSD recognized 19 individuals and organizations that have volunteered significant contributions to improving student career readiness through their commitment of time, resources and/or donations.Thank you to all those who give time, resources and support to our students in countless ways!
A few weeks ago, a group of District educators presented at the Prepárate™: Educating Latinos for the Future of America conference about AVUHSD's successful AP Computer Science Principles course, which is available at all of our high school campuses and offers students the opportunity to learn about technology on a global spectrum.