Lucy was a committed classical ballet dancer at Quest and continued her talent as she attended Ravenscroft for high school. Discipline and commitment taught thought dance provided her the foundation to be a successful student at the University of North Carolina. As a sophomore and public policy major interning for a U.S. senator in Washington, DC her fall semester, Lucy said she was drawn to the UNC Honors Seminar program because it combined practical classroom instruction with immersive experiences. Lucy has also been chosen to be the President of the Institute of Policies her junior year. We look forward to hearing from Lucy about what accomplishments are yet to come. 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 pursuing 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.