Quest: A Place to Learn More than Academics

By Josie – 3rd year student In high school, I had one thing that I did: I played violin. When I arrived at Quest, that changed. I no longer had weekly lessons and rehearsals, and I was no longer playing … Continued

Block Break Ideas?

By Natasha – 1st year student One of the most exciting times at Quest is when the end of your block is within reach and the planning for your celebratory 4 day break begins. Students at Quest do all sorts … Continued

Fall Semester: That’s a Wrap!

By Yin Xzi – 1st year student On August 28th of 2017 I landed jetlagged and exhausted after three delayed and rescheduled flights in Vancouver, only partially prepared with a large suitcase in hand to begin the next chapter of … Continued

Quest’s Trip to Peru

By Landon – 3rd year student Because of Quests dynamic block schedule, we take only one class at a time. This opens up several opportunities to do classes in different environments, instead of the usual inside classroom. One of these … Continued

What is American Thanksgiving like in Canada?

By Vasi – 1st year student Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. You might find that surprising considering my heritage- half Russian, half Ukrainian without a single drop of American blood but, nevertheless, I do. Ever since my first year in … Continued

Quest’s Mascot: The Kermode Bear

By Juliana – 1st Year Student  Upon my arrival at Quest, the name of Quest’s mascot – the Kermode, caught my eye. I’m not from British Columbia so I had never heard of the Kermode before. Having had the opportunity … Continued

What does Quest’s Students’ Representative Council even do?

By Emily – 3rd Year Student Caption: The 2017-2018 Student Representative Council Student governments are a part of almost every high school and university. You could be a member of your own student government or maybe you aren’t very familiar … Continued