Quest Early College High School
15903 West Lake Houston Parkway, Houston, TX 77044 281-641-7304*
Quest Early College High School is located on the campus of Lone Star College, where qualified students can earn both a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree or up to two years of credit toward a Bachelor’s degree. Some of its benefits include:
- Provides dual credit at no cost to students
- Creates a seamless transition from high school to college
- Offers rigorous instruction and accelerated courses
- Provides academic and social support services to help students succeed
- Increases college readiness
- Reduces barriers to college access
What are early college high schools?
Early college high schools are small schools located on or close to a college campus designed so that students can earn both a high school diploma and an Associate’s degree or up to two years of credit toward a Bachelor’s degree.
The purposes of the initiative are to:
- Provide dual credit at no cost to students
- Create a seamless transition from high school to college
- Offer rigorous instruction and accelerated courses
- Provide academic and social support services to help students succeed
- Increase college readiness
- Reduce barriers to college access
High School Curriculum
High School Course Guide
Student/Parent Handbook & Student Code of Conduct
International Baccalaureate Diploma
Quest students are not assessed by number grades. Instead, they are evaluated by mastering the objectives in the curriculum. Students graduate by mastering all curriculum standards and by completing a semester-long Senior Exhibition during their last semester at Quest. The exhibition integrates public speaking, the use of technology and multimedia skills, and in-depth research concerning a modern day social issue. To augment their research, seniors tackle the social issue and create a social action plan that is implemented and sustainable. The exhibition, along with the social action plan, is then presented to educators, students, parents, and community members.
Monday-Thursday: 8:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Enrollment & Demographics
Demographics: Native Amer.-0.5% Asian-3.2%; African Am.-17.2%; Hispanic-33.9%; White-43.4%; Pac. Islander 0%; Two or more races 1.8%; Economically Disadvantaged:43% Limited English Proficient: 1.4%
2011 Rating: Recognized
Gold Performance Acknowledgments:
College-Ready Graduates (Class of 2010)
College Admissions (Class of 2010)
Tx. Success Initiative English/L. Arts
Tx. Success Initiative Mathematics
Commended on Reading/ELA
Commended on Social Studies
|Grade||Reading/Eng./L.Arts||Math||Science||All Tests ||So.Studies|
Mean SAT & ACT Scores
|SAT 980; ACT 19.2|
Quest opened in 1995.
Personalized learning environment using integrated curriculum and mastery learning.
This information is taken from the AEIS (Academic Excellence Indicator System) as reported by the Texas Education Agency.
Humble ISD Public Information Office, 20200 Eastway Village Drive, Humble, TX 77347
(281) 641-8200; Fax: (281) 641-1058