View information about the January midterm and regents exams.
Tyler Spaulding and Natalie DeJohn have been selected to be the school’s representatives at the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar (HOBY) in May.
As you walk through the newly renovated halls of Queensbury High School, there are more than two dozen, large-scale black and white photos on the walls. It’s a project that began with 3,500 raw photos, all taken by high school students during the 2018-19 school year.
On Saturday, Oct. 12 and Saturday Oct. 19, Queensbury volleyball hosted its 11th annual Power of Pink volleyball tournament.
Queensbury High School science teachers Jessica Donnelly and Shannon Gilroy are among 228 educators selected for the New York State Master Teachers program this year.
Congratulations to QHS students Riley Sheehan (1st place) and Jaiden Mali (2nd place) who were recognized for their submissions in the New York Association for Pupil Transportation (NYAPT) school bus safety poster contest!
As the Legacy 2020 project nears completion, important safety updates regarding traffic patterns and parking have been revised and finalized for the 2019-20 school year. There will be four parking lots, each one designated for either students or staff. Click to read more.
SAT prep at QHS! QHS is hosting SAT prep with Capital District Consulting. Capital District Consulting offers overall test strategy, math and English review. Course dates: April 7, 9, 21, 23, 28 and 30 from 7-9 p.m. The class caps at 25 students. The fee is $175. Register today. If you have any questions, contact (518) 852-8825 or email CapitalDistrictConsulting@gmail.com.
Note: the first session is full. We are working on adding a second session and will post information when it is finalized.