Quests cover traditional academic subjects, but in a way that is engaging and personalized for students.
Inside a Quest Forward Academy
At a Quest Forward Academy, students learn more than just academic material — they also practice habits and skills they need to succeed in a rapidly changing world.
Introduction to Quest Forward Academies
Get to know Quest Forward Academies: high schools where students develop the mindset, habits, and skills for success and are empowered to pursue their passions through a project-based curriculum.
Opportunity Education’s Mission
Opportunity Education believes that traditional modes of teaching and learning don’t prepare students for success in learning and work. Built with insights from learning science research, our Quest Forward Learning Program helps high school students learn and succeed.
Watch Opportunity Education CEO Joe Ricketts describe his perspective on the challenges of education today, and his vision for the future of learning.
Introduction to Quest Forward Learning
Learn about what makes Quest Forward Learning different from traditional education, from the skills-forward curriculum to the personalized, engaging approaches to learning.
See parents of Quest Forward Academy students describe their children’s transformational experiences with Quest Forward Learning.
Quest Forward in the Classroom
Hear from teachers and students about how Quest Forward Learning enables students to take charge of their education.
Quest Forward Platform in Action
Learn about the methodology, curriculum, and technology that drive Quest Forward Learning.
The Quest Forward Learning curriculum enables relevant and engaging learning, and helps students to practice essential habits and skills.
See high school students at the Quest Forward Academies discuss their experience with Quest Forward Learning, how they take ownership of their education, and how they interact with their teachers/mentors.
See teachers describe how they work with Quest Forward Learning and how it transforms their role from content-focused instructor to student-focused mentor.