Quest – Lewisville

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School Supply Lists: 6th Grade Supply List, 7th and 8th Grade Supply List

Summer Reading Prior to the Start of 2014-2015
Summer Reading 2014-2015
Summer Reading Book Notes Graphic Organizer

All three grades are listed in the “Summer Reading 2014-2015.”  Students should use the graphic organizer to make brief notes while reading.  This will help them remember what they’ve read once they get back in the classroom.

7th and 8th grade students who were invited to participate in the pre-AP ELA class have been mailed their summer reading separately.  If you are a current QMS-L student and did not get that list, please call the office.  If you are an incoming 7th grader and would like to be considered for that program, please call the office.  The 8th grade pre-AP class is full and cannot accept additional students.

Parent/Student Orientation (for students who have completed the enrollment process or those in process)
August 20th6th grade 6-7 p.m., 7th grade 7 p.m., 8th grade 7:30 p.m.

2014-2015 School Calendar

Campus Handbook 2014
2014-2015 Parent/Student Handbook
2014-2015 Parent/Student Handbook – Spanish

Student-Family Immunization Resources

Quest Middle School® of Lewisville

    • Director: Marci Stapp
    • 1301 Waters Ridge Dr.
    • Lewisville, TX 75057
    • T: 972.316.6700
    • F: 972.316.6705
    • School Hours: 8:15 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
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Quest Middle School of Lewisville is located in a beautiful new three-story facility at 1301 Waters Ridge in Lewisville. A few of the amazing features of the new school are floor to ceiling windows, allowing natural light to fill the large classrooms, a science lab, computer labs, a large lunch room with a kitchenette and outside patio, a separate 6th-grade wing with classrooms and a commons area, 7th-and 8th-grade classroom areas with glass walls and their own commons area. The hallways are wide, colorful, and display student photos, Sean Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, along with inspirational phrases displayed throughout the school, giving it a positive, upbeat feel.

A few unique additions are glass walls in the classrooms and separate 6th and 7th/8th grade classroom areas. Both commons areas contain chairs, a couch, lockers, books for reading, tables, computers where students can work, café tables, and much more.

Within this amazing facility, Quest has not lost the small school feel that makes it so appealing. Quest is located on the lower level of a three-story building which houses the RES Administrative and Executive Offices. The building is a perfect combination of corporate sophistication and small school charm.

Honored by the Texas Education Agency
2014 Distinction Designations
Top 25% Closing Performance Gaps
Math Academic Achievement