"SoloQuest School and Learning Center can help your family customize a school program so your child will be successful."
Deborah Stewart, Director
Students get 1 to 1 instruction with a credentialed teacher. The teacher is in charge of scheduling, teaching assigned curriculum and monitoring each student's progress.
Students take an active role in choosing their courses and designing their assignments and are responsible for completing their work and projects within specific time frames.
Assignments can be completed at SoloQuest during ESP (Educational Support Program), at home, in the library, on career exploration sites or other educational settings.
Students meet with their teachers each week for several hours on one day or at various times throughout the week.
Credit can be earned for certain sports, art or drama activities that a student is involved in outside of school and courses can be taken at the local community colleges while the student is a high school student.