Posted by on March 19, 2018
Mar 192018

Lisa McNamara from the New England Institute of Technology visited the Design & Visual Communications students on Friday. She explained to the students what life in college would be like. She had a great discussion with them about what the pros and cons of college are.

QHS has a great Articulation with NEIT. Students who complete Ms. McGinnity’s DVC course get 3 automatic credits. If they get their Adobe Certified Associate certification in Photoshop they can get another 3 credits. NEIT will also examine student portfolios for additional credit on an individual basis. What a great deal!


 Posted by on December 19, 2017
Dec 192017

Recently the seniors from Protective Services participated in training with the QPD SWAT Unit. Students were shown the gear, technology, and resources that QPD relies on in emergency SWAT situations. Students also assisted and worked through mock active shooter and hostage negotiation situations.

Future Chefs Capstone Dinner Celebration

 Posted by on December 18, 2017
Dec 182017

Quentin Martinous
Jaymee Malimban
Christine Broderick
Maxine Lau

QHS culinary students showed-off their cooking chops at this year’s Future Chefs Capstone Dinner Celebration, held on Friday December 8, in Boston. Future Chef seniors highlighted their passion for cooking by developing and presenting their creations to 90 lucky guests.

NBHS Students Adopt-A-Child

 Posted by on December 13, 2017
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National Business Honor Society members (left to right) Margaret O’Leary, Tiffany Li, Stela Cala and Nick DeFranco went shopping recently to fulfill the Christmas wishes of 10 Quincy children through the Adopt-A-Child program run by the Quincy Community Action Programs.  The National Business Honor Society, Quincy High School Chapter, raised over $500 for this initiative.   This is the third year that the Quincy High School Chapter has been able to spread some cheer to the youth of the Quincy community!  Good job Maggie, Tiffany, Stela and Nick and the whole National Business Honor Society, Quincy High Chapter!

Dr. Cornely Presents to Engineering Students

 Posted by on December 13, 2017
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Dr. Pierre-Richard Cornely, our newest Advisory Committee member, and Department Chair of Physics and Engineering at Eastern Nazarene College presenting to students on December 8, 2017.

Student’s Feed Father Bill’s Residents

 Posted by on December 7, 2017
Dec 072017

Recently students from the Legal and Protective Services program volunteered to serve dinner at Father Bill’s. The students served a meal prepared by the QHS Culinary program to approximately 150 people. Their time and effort were appreciated by all who were involved.

Cyber CTF Field Trip

 Posted by on October 30, 2017
Oct 302017

From left to right: Andrew Scott, Ricardo Filho, Billy Tran, Matthew Wong, Ethan Graney, Donald Hurld, Kevin Mortimer, Neha Deepak, Christopher Dessources, Samantha Pan, Elise Ducharme, and Asama Talat.

From left to right: Teacher- Ed Holmes, Andrew Scott, Ricardo Filho, Billy Tran, Matthew Wong, Kevin Mortimer, Ethan Graney, Donald Hurld, Christopher Dessources, Neha Deepak, Samantha Pan, Elise Ducharme, Asama Talat and host Donald Lander of OCD Tech.

On Friday, October 27, 2017 12 Quincy High School IT students attended an event at the Second Annual OCD Tech Capture the Flag Event.  These students competed against 4 other area schools in a game of cyber capture the flag in an online Jeopardy-style format.  The Event was hosted by OCD Tech of Braintree in honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month.

During the game, students challenged themselves to work through several security situations and find solutions.  Each solution provided a flag worth varying numbers of points.  The Quincy High School Cyber Capture the Flag Team took first place overall with an average player score of 225 points. Leading the scorers for Quincy High School was Junior Donald Hurld with an individual score of 430.

Culinary Students Visit Farm

 Posted by on October 30, 2017
Oct 302017

QHS Culinary Arts seniors along with Future Chef students from various Boston high schools learned about where some of their food comes from, by getting the chance to participate in this year’s Cranberry Harvest at Spring Rain Farm in E. Taunton. Students learned about the process and history as well as helping out in the bogs. Spring Rain Farm also raises free-range hogs that are available through their CSA program. Students were able to mingle among the pigs as Farmer William McCaffrey explained to the students the process of raising, pricing, and the slaughtering of the hogs.