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Spring Break
Quaker Valley School District is on Spring Break from April 3-10. School resumes on Tuesday, April 11.

Class of 2023: Important End-of-Year Information for Seniors

2023 Commencement Speakers & Poet Laureate Submission Due April 11
QVHS will select several honored speakers and one Poet Laureate to participate in the June 1, 2023 graduation ceremony. Students must have at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA to be eligible for consideration. Interested students must upload/submit speeches and poems by Tuesday, April 11. Please view the documents below for the submission details and timeline, as well as the speech and poem criteria and rubrics.
speech and poet laureate info | speech rubric | poem rubric

Science Olympiad State Competition - April 22
The middle school and high school Science Olympiad Teams traveled to PennWest University on March 1 to compete in the Southwest Regional competition. Both teams have advanced to the Pennsylvania Science Olympiad competition held April 22 at Penn State Altoona. read more

QVHS Prom - Friday, May 19
We are excited to inform you that this year’s 2023 QVHS Prom, A Night Under the Stars, takes place on Friday, May 19. We will continue the community tradition of the Grand March Promenade as the opening event for the evening beginning at 5:45 p.m. in the QVHS Auditorium. An evening of dinner and dancing for students will follow at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cranberry. map/directions For all information and necessary forms, please visit the High School Prom Committee web page. All prom forms are due by April 14.
Class of 2023 Graduation Announcements
Graduation announcements are now available for purchase. order yours today

Act 158 Graduation Requirements – Class of 2023 and beyond
The attached “Understanding the Act 158 Graduation Pathways” screencast explains how Pennsylvania Act 158 of 2018 affects state graduation requirements for QV students, beginning with the class of 2023, and describes the pathway options. In addition to meeting Quaker Valley School District graduation requirements, students in the Class of 2023 and beyond must fulfill the criteria for one of five flexible pathways demonstrating college, career, and community readiness. Most students in the Class of 2023 have already met the Act 158 graduation requirements via the Keystone Proficiency or Composite pathways.  view screencast

Career Exploration=Wayfinding
At QVHS we see career exploration as WAYFINDING.  Wayfinding Abilities are the habits and skills you need to get big things done in life.  Wayfinding is the knowledge and capacity to successfully navigate college, career, and life opportunities and choices.  High school is an ideal time for students to consider their possible future selves. Now is the time for students to get involved in experiences that will build their skills and their resumes. Check out the Career Exploration homepage for links to career mentoring programs, internships, enrichment programs, events, pre-apprenticeships, service learning, and local job opportunities available now.  Additional opportunities will be added throughout the year as they become available! Contact Mrs. Amy Keller, Career Education Coordinator, at [email protected] with any questions. 
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Blueprint QV (high school project): view website