Antelope Valley School District


QHHS Associated Student Body (ASB)

Advisor — Mr. Stu Manthey, ext. 102
Site Accounting Technician — Mrs. Midori Foster, ext. 152
Student Store Clerk — Mrs. Kathleen Hobbs, ext. 253

The QHHS Associated Student Body Activities program promotes achievement of the Expected School-wide Learning Results (ESLRs) to help prepare graduates to be Responsible Citizens, Effective Communicators, Bold and Innovative Producers and Self-Directed Learners. The Activities Director along with the administrative staff, club and class advisors make up the team responsible for providing Quartz Hill High School students with the means by which to develop leadership skills and the responsibility of citizenship and community. The goal of the Activities program is to have each and every student involved in at least one extra-curricular activity.

ASB Cards

An ASB card is a stamp burned into the QHHS Student ID card and can be purchased in the Student Store for $35. With the ASB card students receive free admission to all non-CIF sporting events, a free spirit shirt, discounts at the Student Store, free athletic and academic letters, and discounts on admission to school activities. Popular discounts associated with the ASB Card include a $5 savings on the yearbook (through October), $10 discount off a Prom ticket (juniors/seniors only), and a $5 discount on Homecoming and Winter Ball Tickets. Proceeds from the sale of ASB Cards fund school-wide activities throughout the year as well as all student athletic programs. Seniors with an ASB Card will receive a discount on their Grad Nite ticket!


A variety of assemblies will be held throughout the school year. Students are expected to demonstrate behavior appropriate to the type of assembly being held. Violation of any school regulations will result in disciplinary action. Off campus passes will not be available on assembly days. A parent must come in to pick up the student in person on those days.

Dance Dress Code

AVUHSD Dress Code rules apply at all school functions, but the following items should be taken into consideration when attending dances:

Only modest and age appropriate clothing may be worn.

Male dress: No canes or chains, bandanas, head rags, or baseball caps allowed and no sagging pants.

Female Dress: No sheer/see-through material between mid-thigh and bust area. No exposed undergarments. No overly revealing body parts (i.e. no bare midriff, no bare lower back, no key hole cut-outs, no plunging bust line, slits must be at the mid thigh or lower, dress/skirt length can not be shorter than mid thigh.) Spaghetti straps are allowed, but no strapless dresses or tops.

Student Store

The Student Store is located in the hallway of the west entrance of the 100 Quad. Students may purchase ASB Cards, PE clothes, yearbooks, spirit wear, pay class fees and purchase various snacks and drinks. The store is open Monday- Friday from 7:15 – 12:45. Hours are subject to change due to school activities and schedule changes. Students may purchase items before school, during snack and lunch. Student Store accepts cash, checks and credit cards. Beginning April 11, 2016 Student Store will no longer accept checks for payment. Student Pictures taken during the year are available for pickup in the Student Store.


The QHHS Yearbook, The Cavalier, is available for purchase all year in the Student Store. Cost of the yearbook increases throughout the year so buy early!

Books arrive a few weeks before school ends. In order to pick-up a yearbook, students must have their QHHS ID Card. Yearbooks are distributed by the Yearbook staff. Distribution details will be announced in May. See the Yearbook advisor with any questions.

Student Leadership

Sophomore Class Officers (Class of 2019)

President……………………………………………………………………….Kevin Flores

Vice President…………………………………………………………..…Christabel Odoi

Secretary…………………………………………………………………….Carlos Salazar

Treasurer…………………………………………………………………………Tim Kelley

Freshman Class Officers (Class of 2019)

To be determined

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs are student initiated and student run. For more information about a specific club, please see the advisor in his/her room. For information on how to start a club, speak with Mr. Manthey in Room #102 and fill out a new club packet.

The following organizations require an application or audition. See the advisor for information about the organization and specific dates.

Club Name Advisor Room #

Adventurers League/DND Club

Gerson Zavala

American Cancer Society/icanhelp Ruth Simonds 213

Anime Club

Sam Poon


ASB Leadership Stuart Manthey 102

Kathy Kavanagh


Ballroom Dance

Stephanie Holmes

Band Club

James Flores

Black Student Union (BSU)

Nate Forte


Boys Basketball

Bernard Nichter

Boys Golf Kevin Mahady 312

Bring Change to Mind

Amanda Prewitt

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Danielle Carbajal 320
Cheerleading Renee Martin-Medlin  
Chess Club Amanda Prewitt 306
Christian Club Hugo Schraer 220

Class of 2022

Ruth Simonds 213

Class of 2023

Tawney Estrada 217

Class of 2024

Nate Forte 433

Class of 2025

Stu Manthey 102
Dance Team Kathleen Boudreau 233
Debate Club Leigh Martinez 304
Diversify Our Narrative David Butzke 433
Dodgeball Starfinders Nate Forte 433
Drill Team / Pageantry Faviola Puentes 601
Ethics Club Veronica Bertell 582
Feminist Association Carmen Wisdom 206
FRC Robotics Nathaniel Bell 400
French Club Hortense Yomba 123
Gay-Straight Alliance James Trumps 410
Girls Basketball Dean Miller 454
Hip Hop Club Gerson Zavala 420

Homeless Solution

Mary Kaveney

IB Club Jeff Cassady 327
Journalism Leigh Martinez 304
Key Club

Leonard Katz

Kindness Club Jennifer McElroy 307
League of Their Own Softball Ruth Simonds 213
Mock Trial Carmen Wisdom 206
Model United Nations Steve Reti 585
Multicultural Club Jeff Cassady 327
National Honor Society

Leonard Katz


Perfect Pals

Amanda Prewitt 306
Percussion James Flores 601
Political Leaders of Tomorrow (PLOT) Steven Reti V15
Quartz Guild Theatre Anthony Moore 401
QHTV Film Club Christopher Hall & Richard Rosenblatt 404
Rock Band Jeff Cassidy 327
Royal Gamers Association / E-Sports Tim Fields 105
Science Olympiad Brent Kerns 402

Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Next

Brent Kerns 402
Spanish Club Soccoro Reyes 107
VEX Robotics Nathaniel Bell 400
Vocal Association Annika Linde 602
Yearbook Leigh Martinez 304

O'Connor Picture information

9th, 10th, and 11th Grade Pictures

O'Connor photography, our official photography vendor, will be taking underclassmen pictures for the next school year 2019-2020, on May 1 and May 2.  Ninth and tenth grade students will be taking their pictures during their PE classes, and eleventh graders will take their pictures during their English classes. See attached flier from O'Connor Photography for pricing and packages. 

O'Connor Photography 

42231 6th St West Studio 202

Lancaster CA 93534

(661) 435-3538 

Pricing and Packages Flyer

Prom Pictures

O'Connor photography, our official photography vendor, will be at the prom this year, taking formal pictures.  If you are planning on taking pictures, please bring payment that night.  Cash, check, or credit card, payable to O'Connor Photography.  
Attached is a flier with pricing and packages available.  Please contact O'Connor Photography for further information  661-940-5657

Prom Price Sheet  

Juniors-O’Connor Photography

Juniors will be receiving a pamphlet soon, with information and an appointment time for their Senior photos from O'Connor Photography, our official photography vendor.  The pamphlets will have packaging information, prices, and appointment date included, for your future Senior portraits.  For further questions, please call the Activities Office, at extension - 591. 

2020 Senior Sessions Flyer