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Quincy High School began in the mid-nineteenth century and has been at its present site since 1924. This historic school is called the Home of the Presidents. In 2010, we welcomed students into a 330,000 square foot, state-of-the-art new building. Technology was thoughtfully integrated into many aspects, assuring students have access to the training they need to compete and succeed in their future. Included in the building are a new 750-seat theater, wireless Internet access, 3-station gymnasium with fitness and multi-purpose rooms, new computer labs and more. The students and staff are grateful to the citizens of Quincy for providing such a beautiful new facility.

At Quincy High School, we are proud of our academic program. We provide courses to meet every student's needs: challenging, advanced courses for college-bound students, technical certification courses, standard courses for all students, and remedial courses for students who need additional help. We also provide training for students who choose to enter the workforce after graduation. We are educating the citizens of tomorrow.

Core Values, Beliefs and Learning Expectations

Quincy High School believes that in order to succeed in the 21st century, all people must think both creatively and analytically, work with diligence both alone and with others, and possess the ability to share ideas clearly with varied audiences. To prepare our graduates for success, Quincy High School provides a safe and supportive learning environment which emphasizes high academic expectations and civic and social responsibility. Our community fosters respect for individual and cultural diversity while our curriculum and programs provide a comprehensive education, which opens multiple career paths. Whether students intend to pursue a college education, employment, or military service, Quincy High School has programs to facilitate their success. Graduates of Quincy High School will be prepared to think, work and share as skilled members of our 21st century global community.

Principal: Lawrence Taglieri

Assistant Principal: Ellen Murray

Secretary: Deborah Golden

Secretary: Pamela Maher

Attendance Office: 617-376-3361, 617-376-3360


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