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  • Transition To New Building Successful

    Transition To New Building Successful

    Destiny Hicks and Tae'ana Johnson

    February 12, 2017

    To accommodate the move to a 9-12 high school,  "more classrooms were needed [to house the] new staff and several hundred new students," Principal Danielle Arnold said.  The cafeteria also had to be expanded. Although there were small problems at the beginning of the school year, those have since...

  • Seniors Prepare for Graduation

    Seniors Prepare for Graduation

    Victoria Ward, Staff Writer

    February 3, 2017

    Graduating students of 2017 received a notification in the mail last week regarding how graduation will run on June 2. The aftermath of construction from last year brought this year's graduation up earlier than the last day of school. Amanda Pays, a senior, said that with college coming up suddenly...

  • Student Newspaper Returns to QHS

    Student Newspaper Returns to QHS

    Bailey Gasparovic, Staff Writer

    February 1, 2017

    After a four year hiatus, the Q-Review, the student newspaper, is back. One major change is that it's now digital. "We always try to extend career opportunities for students," said Principal Danielle Arnold.  "We want to provide an experience," Arnold added. The students that are on the newspaper...

    Staff writers Bailey Gasparovic, Destiny Hicks, and Tae'ana Johnson work on their stories.

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 not of...

February 7

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Track Team Prepares For Season

Lauren Schafer and Destiny Hicks

Laura McClelland, track coach, is looking forward to starting a great season. McClelland thinks both the girls and boys will do well this season. "I look forward to [the girls team] being a lot stronger....

February 17

Boys Tennis Starting Off Strong

Boys Tennis Starting Off Strong

February 8

Softball Strikes Out The Competition

February 6

Baseball Hits This Season Out Of The Park

February 6

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Saturday, February 11

    Basketball

    QSHS 57 - Jacksonville 48

  • Friday, February 10

    Basketball

    QSHS 41 - United Township 38

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Behind The Scenes of “The Hollow”

Chase Miller, Staff Writer | February 17

QHS students will perform "The Hollow" on February 16-18 at 7:30 pm. The tickets cost $7 for students and $10 for adults. Behind The Scenes: Preparing For An Audience In the auditorium, the crew could be found preparing the set for the play. The first step was to deconstruct the set from "Fiddler On The Roof," the fall musical. The crew members completely disassembled the set, using drills to ...

Code Red Shares Stories Through Their Music

Code Red Shares Stories Through Their Music

Bailey Gasparovic, Staff Writer | February 1

Katie Taylor, sophomore, and Maddi Garner, QHS graduate, make up the band Code Red. Code Red is a religion based group that loves performing and spreading the word of God through their music. "I focus on the story I want to tell and I try to do as much as possible to get the word out about God and how much he loves everyone. I think that's the big part of what we do," Taylor said. Code Red has...

Being A Vegetarian Has Its Benefits

Being A Vegetarian Has Its Benefits

Victoria Ward, Staff Writer | February 13

During the school year at breakfasts and lunches, students indulge themselves in their daily source of protein: meat. But for some, the situation and the needs have changed. Vegetarianism is when an individual refuses to eat meat, including fish, for religious, moral, or health reasons. Each person's reasons may vary based on their needs or wants out of their diet. Based around my morals and...

Make Valentine’s Day YOU day

Make Valentine’s Day YOU day

Bailey Gasparovic, Staff Writer | February 11

Valentine's Day is a day where couples show their affection for one another publicly but what do you do if you're single? Surprisingly there are many options for making Valentine's Day about you! Watch Netflix: There are hundreds of great movies on Netflix to celebrate love and yourself. Clueless and 13 Going on 30 are great if you're looking for a pick me up if you're alone on Valentine's Day...

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