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The Ins and Outs of Grades in Quest Forward Academies

We have a unique approach to grades. Rather than focusing on a letter, we help students focus more on their learning, skills, and growth.... Read More

The Skills High School Students Need

The skills students develop through Quest Forward Learning — learning skills, work skills, and essential habits — can benefit them for the rest of their lives.... Read More

How the Pathways Program Empowers Students to Succeed

Learn how the Pathways Program uniquely prepares high school students for their individual futures — with career exploration, future planning, financial literacy, and much more — plus years of support after graduation.... Read More

5 Family Commitments for Distance Learning

After several months of distance learning, it's clear that most students managed it, but the results weren't great in most schools. With coronavirus infections rising again around the country, more distance learning is likely for many... Read More

3 Superpowers Every High School Student Needs

If your high school student is like most across the US this past spring, they might have been bored and frustrated. There are three “superpowers” every high school student needs to learn and grow in our complicated world.... Read More

Course Overview: American Literature

The English program is excited to introduce the Exploration Phase Two course: American Literature. While other courses take a theme-based approach to selecting and organizing texts, our course for Exploration Phase Two starts with the... Read More

Get to Know: Jen Dalbey, Mentor

Subject: English (including Journalism and Debate), Social Sciences, Government, Economics Years Teaching Overall: 23 years, with experience teaching high school, college, and corporate training and development Joined Quest... Read More

Get to Know: Gabby, Emilie, and Martha

Gabby, Emilie, and Martha are three sisters that joined the Quest Forward Academy Omaha community this year. Emilie and Martha are second year students, and Gabby is in her third year (at Quest Forward Academies, we call the second... Read More