QHS Student of the Month for November/December is Trinity Whitworth. Mr. Whitworth was selected from our campus by all staff members. Trinity started this year at Quest High School and has accomplished so much in such short a time. He has consistently finished his lessons each day and comes to school with a positive attitude. Trinity has an infectious smile and a positive attitude each day. Trinity has a very special talent for creating characters and creating various character voices. Trinity is excited to start a new job locally while he can pursue his interest in animation and character development. Trinity is one of the most dedicated students we have had at Quest High School during my tenure and his work ethic is to be commended. Trinity is very close to finishing his graduation requirements and is set to graduate this year with his classmates. Please help me recognize this young man’s great attitude and representing Quest High School with Spirit, Pride, and Honor.
This week Quest High School kicked off our "Start With Hello" Campaign. Start With Hello is a no-cost program that helps students minimize social isolation and create a more inclusive school culture. It includes age-appropriate curriculum for students from K-12 and training can be done virtually or in-person. Our students will participate in daily activities to help eliminate social isolation and support inclusion at our school.
Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing shootings, violence, and other acts that hurt children.
To further support teacher learning, planning, and work during the 2020-2021 school year given the challenges of COVID, the Board of Trustees approved revising the school calendar by changing two student instructional days to two student holiday/staff development days. The two days are Friday, November 13 and Monday, January 18. Students will not attend school on these days unless they are required to be used as make up days.
Mason is the dedicated color guard on campus and is responsible for raising and lowering the flags each day and correctly folding them, a task Mason performs with a great amount of pride. Mason plans to enlist in the Air Force after graduation. Congratulations Mason!
Information and suggestions on how to familiarize your child with a face mask.
Good Afternoon Burnet Bulldogs!
Please join me in Congratulating Youth Pastor Michael Barnard, Student Pastor of Hill Country Fellowship Church. Michael was selected as our Volunteer of the Year for the school year 2019-2020. We were unable to present Michael with his gem due to school closures until today. A special thank you to Lead Pastor Scott Frerking and Burnet Area Pastor Mark Kincaid for providing breakfast for our staff this morning. We are truly blessed to live in a community that supports our schools in such an uplifting and supportive manner. WE WERE MADE FOR THIS!
Dr. Douglas Marvin - QHS Principal
The District has created a Frequently Asked Questions document to address questions parents have about the 2020-2021 school year. The document will be updated as new information from the State becomes available.
On Thursday, July 23, Burnet CISD will host a live Q & A event on YouTube. Superintendent Keith McBurnett, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Rachel Jones, and Director of Business and Finance Clay Goehring will be answering questions live as they are submitted. Click the web story for more information.
Quest High School
702 North Wood Street
Burnet, Texas 78611
phone 512-756-6747 fax 512-756-6289
Dr. Douglas Marvin, Principal
Deana Thomas, Counselor
Lynn Ellis, Secretary/Registrar
Summary of Quest High School and Quest High School Application