Winter 2022 Middle School Open House (opens in new window)
Winter 2022 High School Open House (opens in new window)
Upcoming PTA / PAC Meeting Dates (opens in new window)
PTA/PAC September’s Important Dates (opens in new window)
2022-2023 6th Grade Additional Important Infomation (opens in new window)
Quest to Learn 6th Grade Supply List (opens in new window)
Meet the members for SLT and PAC for 2022-20223 (opens in new window)
2022-2023 School Calendar (opens in new window)
Student 2022 Naviance Survey (opens in new window)
Link to 9th Grade 2022 Summer Assignment (opens in new window)
Art for Progress is hosting a Free Summer Arts Program (opens in new window)
SLT Agenda and Minutes (opens in new window)
New Enrollment Priorities (opens in new window)
Fill out Quest Technology Survey for Remote Learning and Snow Days (opens in new window)
COVID-19 Protocol & Updates (opens in a new window)
Update your child’s vaccination status through the Vaccine Portal.
Welcome Marina Galazidis, Principal, I.A.
Manhattan Youth After School Registration (opens in a new window)
Parent Advisory Council Bulletin Board (opens in a new window)
PTA/SLT Minutes/Bylaws (opens in a new window)
Important > DOE STUDENT FORMS (opens in a new window)
“Quest teachers are warm, caring, enthusiastic, and passionate about what they do. I have never seen a more kid-friendly environment than Q2L.”
– Melissa Bell, middle school parent
“At Quest to Learn, our students approach education with a hands-on, inquiry-driven, game-based approach to teaching and learning. We create a space where students learn to collaborate, communicate, and solve real world problems in a fun, safe, and accepting learning environment.”
Leah Hirsch, 6th grade Science (“The Way Things Work”)
Twice the Rate of Learning Growth
Dr. Richard Arum, Professor of Sociology and Education at New York University, was awarded a $2.4 million MacArthur grant to study the development of 21st century skills in students at Quest to Learn and several other schools.
Preliminary results indicate that Quest to Learn 8th–10th graders demonstrate twice the rate of learning growth as college students in critical thinking, problem solving, analytical skills, and written communication.