The mission of Quest is to address the emotional, attentional, and learning barriers that interfere with student success in the mainstream high school setting.
This is accomplished by working toward strengthening the relationship between home and school, developing student advocacy skills, developing positive coping skills, and developing positive relationships.
Quest provides support and instruction for those students whose academic success is primarily impacted by social/emotional/behavioral concerns. Students typically take a full course load of mainstream classes with a block of Supportive Studies in Quest on A days, B days, or both.
Grading for Quest is based on a daily rubric focused on self-regulation, effective coping skills, communication, social problem solving, and work ethic. Students receive .5 elective credit per semester for successful completion of Supported Studies in Quest.
Students in Quest also have access to a School Services Clinician devoted to students in Quest and RYSE.