Watt St. John graduated from Quest Academy in 2016 and was accepted to The Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT where he will continue to play hockey and is on track to make first term Honor Roll. The amazing support of Quest's faculty and administration, regarding both athletics and academics, have made it possible for him to realize his goal of playing prep league hockey. Thank you, Quest! Read More
Welcome to Quest Academy Charter School
Achieving Excellence in Academics While Pursuing Individual Talents.
Quest Academy will provide a quality academic accelerated day program for motivated students who are pursing high-intensity training outside the classroom. Quest Academy is designed to promote academic excellence and substantial extracurricular involvement in athletics or performance in fine arts. This activity does not equate with religious or youth activities and includes professional instruction outside of the home.
So what does high-intensity training outside the classroom mean? Enrolled students need to be in an activity for the given amount of hours designated by grade each week. Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Gymnastics, Wakeboarding, Swimming, Soccer, Tennis, Tae-Kwon-Do, Horseback Riding, Football, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Golf, Ballet/Dance, Piano, and Acting/Theater are all activities which fall under our mission. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Indian Princess, Indian Guides, Choir, Church Youth Group, and Art Classes do not fall under our Mission Statement.
Quest Academy News
Aubrey dances at Heather's Dance Inc and will be debuting as an Elf in Santa's workshop. She will also be performing in lyrical, tumbling and dance routines on December 10th and 11th. Read More
Quest student, Kolbie, was a champion in the short stirrup this past weekend in the Duke Children's Hospital Benefit Horse Show. Kolbie is a competitive horse rider who competes at shows across the east coast. Read More
Gray attended Quest Academy from kindergarten until 8th grade. While at Quest, Gray played football, baseball, hockey, golf and basketball before deciding baseball was his favorite. Gray was lucky enough to travel for baseball due to Quest's flexible schedule and teacher support. Read More