In an effort to help you make the best choice for your student, below you will find sample schedules for the "At-School Learning" and the Distance Learning option of "At-Home Learning".
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.
Phase One of Athletics & Activities to Begin July 13
STUDENT AND PARENT DISTANCE LEARNING GUIDE
Executive Order N-55-20, issued by Governor Newsom on April 22, 2020, empowers schools to focus on responding to COVID-19 and to provide transparency to their communities. The order requires Local Educational Agencies (LEA) to develop a written report to the community that explains how the LEA responded to school closures beginning in March 2020. CLICK HERE to find the Written Report to the Community for AVUHSD and the Academies of the Antelope Valley (AAV).
This year's theme was "Matter," which coincidentally preludes how much we all matter to one another.
SUMMER WORK PERMIT INFORMATION