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Overcoming Crisis

Mentor Nils Palsson shares his observations, reflections, and awe as Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa is overcoming crisis and thriving.... Read More

Celebrating Our Start to the School Year

Despite the unprecedented circumstances, returning to Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa has been overwhelmingly positive for this resilient, driven, supportive community.... Read More

A Teacher’s Experience with Remote Learning

Mentor Jordan Bulger discusses positive outcomes from remote learning this spring, and how Quest Forward Academy was able to achieve them.... Read More

Distance Learning to Start Fall 2020 in Sonoma County

According to state policies, schools in Sonoma County — including Quest Forward Academy — must plan on beginning the year using a distance learning model for now.... Read More

Starting the School Year Right with Seamless Learning

Quest Forward Academy's Seamless Learning plan protects our community's health and safety and ensures that every student is fully engaged and supported, no matter the circumstances.... Read More

5 Family Commitments for Distance Learning

After several months of distance learning, it's clear that most students managed it, but the results weren't great in most schools. With coronavirus infections rising again around the country, more distance learning is likely for many... Read More

3 Superpowers Every High School Student Needs

If your high school student is like most across the US this past spring, they might have been bored and frustrated. There are three “superpowers” every high school student needs to learn and grow in our complicated world.... Read More

Get to Know: Nils Palsson, Mentor

Subject: Social Science, Government, Economics, Yearbook & Journalism Joined Quest Forward Academy: 2018 Years Teaching Overall: 10 How you came to mentor at Quest Forward Academy: After finding a job posting in the... Read More

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