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New Courses Added For 2017-2018 School Year

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer

While all students walked into a new building this year, several students were enrolled in new classes. "We are always looking for opportunities to benefit our students. We hope to grow in the next five years by cont...

February 11

QAVTC Provides Students Multiple Opportunities

Lauren Schafer, Staff Writer

If are on the second floor above the cafeteria and walk across the catwalk, you will notice that there is another school connected to QHS. Quincy Area Vocational Technical Center (QAVTC) offers programs that are no...

February 7

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Rifle Team Member Kaleb Gille Heading To The National Junior Olympics

Chase Miller, Staff Writer

Kaleb Gille, junior, is one of five shooters from Illinois that will be at the National Junior Olympics, an event put on by USA Shooting in April. The competition is being held in Colorado Springs, Colorado...

March 20

Girls Soccer Ready To Kick Off Season

Girls Soccer Ready To Kick Off Season

March 9

Track Team Prepares For Season

Track Team Prepares For Season

February 17

Boys Tennis Starting Off Strong

Boys Tennis Starting Off Strong

February 8

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Tuesday, March 28

    Girls Soccer

    QSHS 2 - QND 3

  • Monday, March 27

    Softball

    QSHS 0 - Camp Point 2

  • Saturday, March 25

    Girls Soccer

    QSHS 1 - Plainfield Central 1

  • Friday, March 24

    Baseball

    QSHS 8 - Springfield 6

  • Friday, March 24

    Baseball

    QSHS 5 - Springfield 9

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Arrival “Every Bit Worth The Academy Award It Received”

Arrival “Every Bit Worth The Academy Award It Received”

Tae'ana Johnson, Staff Writer | March 28

Eric Heissener, screenplay writer of Arrival, illustrates a scenario of alien invasion unconventionally. It's very typical to see an alien invasion movie that results in Earth being in a state of complete desolation. However, this Academy Award winning film based upon the short story "Story of Your Life" by Ted Chiang does not conform to the violent notion associated with such an event. Amy Adams pl...

‘Letting Ana Go’ Tells The Personal Story Of Living With Anorexia

‘Letting Ana Go’ Tells The Personal Story Of Living With Anorexia

Bailey Gasparovic, Staff Writer | March 23

In the novel Letting Ana Go by Anonymous the story is told through the perspective of a 16-year-old girl and her struggle with anorexia nervosa through her entries in a food diary. The main character, Ana, is a track star and best friend to prima ballerina Jill. Jill and Ana eventually become obsessed with their weight and how they look. This eventually leads to Ana's downfall and she lands he...

Modeling “Strengthens Who I Am and Inspires Me To Improve More”

Modeling “Strengthens Who I Am and Inspires Me To Improve More”

Victoria Ward, Staff Writer | March 24

Through my childhood I was told by my family that someday I should model, that it would be something easy and enjoyable for me. One of the bigger influences in this was Gamma Weeza (that's what I call my Grandma Louise). She fed into my fascination for all things fashion by giving me fashion magazines at a young age and over the years indulging my expensive tastes through buying me products like...

The Ups and Downs of College Applications

The Ups and Downs of College Applications

Victoria Ward, Staff Writer | March 23

College applications have become a necessary evil. The applications are normally long and tedious, but they get the point across to colleges about how badly one may want to attend. The relief that occurs after the application has been finished is palpable. This year I only filled out one application for college; I had my mind set after I visited the campus. My parents pushed me hard to hurry on...

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