Quest is pleased to offer a wide range of extracurricular activities for students. Scroll down to learn more.

NEW MEMBERS WANTED!!

The SAS is a group of students that have signed up to help the Student Council plan and execute events and activities for the whole student body and sometimes their families. Students that sign up to be part of the SAS will receive a special membership card which will give them special member discounts to events! There will be two different groups of SAS members; 9-12 years and 13+ years old. 

If you have a passion for videography, writing or photojournalism, we highly encourage you to join the Quest Yearbook/Newspaper Club! Write articles, conduct interviews, and take photos for the Quest Quarterly Newspaper. In addition, you will also take photos of classes and students all year, and at the end of the spring semester, work with your fellow club members to edit and compile the Quest Yearbook. This club is open to 6th-12th grade students. Meeting times will vary. Great way to get a fun English credit!

Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competitions on the local, state, and international level. Thousands of teams from throughout the US and from about 25 other countries participate in the program. Quest currently has two teams; K-5th and 6th-12th.

The Tucson Pumpkin Toss Team holds a hurling competition every fall on the University of Arizona mall, using different types of catapults to throw pumpkins for distance and accuracy. Schools from all over Tucson and the surrounding communities design, build and compete against each other. If you love designing and engineering devices that can throw things far and accurately, this will be a really fun opportunity for you. Designed for middle and high school budding engineers.

Introducing Morning Mixers, an opportunity for parents and staff to socialize, share ideas, and talk about the Bible. It is nondenominational, and topics will encourage and uplift busy parents. We highly encourage you attend! There may be donuts or other sweet treats awaiting you.

New! One Saturday in April, this team will demonstrate their financial knowledge. Awards range from $200/team to $1000/first place team. It truly is a fun-filled and educational day that demonstrates to the students what they have learned and how it truly applies to real-life situations. The criteria for team membership is current enrollment or previous completion of Quest’s Personal Finance course. Review sessions and game practices will be held at Quest.

If you love to play chess or love to play the game, the Quest for Education and Arts Chess Club is the place for you! Join fellow students and community members for some friendly competition, learning, sportsmanship, practice & fun! All ages and skill levels are welcome. Meeting times will vary depending on the needs of the group.

Love to read? We will have monthly meetings and discussions about the books we read. All books are chosen from Christian literature and reflect a moral and Godly basis. Good chance to get together, drink tea, and spend time with friends. Don’t miss out!

SCHOOL CONTACT INFORMATION

Physical Address
Christina Green Education Building

7570 N Paseo Del Nor

Tucson, AZ 85704

Mailing Address
1751 W. Placita de Zacatal
Tucson, AZ 85704

Phone
(520) 818-8064
Monday-Wednesday 9am-5pm

Email
office@questforeducationandarts.com

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