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A Year to Remember

We get to decide how this year will transform us. Read our reflections on hardships, innovations, community, and our extraordinary students!... Read More

Mathletes Learn Much More than Math

Our math students recently competed in a prestigious, nationwide competition. Along the way, they learned valuable skills, habits, and gained confidence.... Read More

Overcoming Crisis

Mentor Nils Palsson shares his observations, reflections, and awe as Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa is overcoming crisis and thriving.... Read More

Celebrating Our Start to the School Year

Despite the unprecedented circumstances, returning to Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa has been overwhelmingly positive for this resilient, driven, supportive community.... Read More

Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa’s Commencement & Community

Graduating from high school is a remarkable achievement in the best of times. It is all the more remarkable in the time in which we currently live.  The Quest Forward Academy graduating class of 2020 — Alex, Caillen, Cole,... Read More

Welcome Back! Quest Forward Academies Enter Third Year

This past Tuesday, August 14th, marked the new school year for Quest Forward Academies in Omaha and Santa Rosa. School Directors Mark Smith, of Omaha, and Director Karen Kenkel, of Santa Rosa, offer their thoughts on the first week... Read More

The First-Ever Quest Forward Graduation

On the evening of June 7, 2019, Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa Director Dr. Karen Kenkel, in accordance with the laws of the state of California, conferred the Academy's high school diploma to the eight students comprising the first... Read More

The Year in Review: Academies Finish Strong

School Directors Mark Smith (Quest Forward Academy Omaha) and Karen Kenkel (Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa) took time from their busy, end-of-year schedules to share their reflections of the school year that ends June 7. After two... Read More

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