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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

All DoDEA graduates must complete 2 credits in Career Technical Education, .5 must be a Computer Technology Course, to receive a DoDEA diploma.

The CTE curriculum is organized around Career Clusters that identify pathways for continued student learning from high school into a two- and/or four-year College, apprenticeship, or workplace. Career Clusters and Pathways represent a nationwide effort to help schools ensure that students get the knowledge and skills they need for multiple career choices by matching what is taught in the classroom to business and industry standards.

Quantico School Board Meeting

The Quantico School Board will meet on Tuesday, April 9, at 11:30 a.m. in the STEAM Lab at Crossroads Elementary School.

Parents will be notified by AtHoc for inclement weather or school closures.

Continuous School Improvement

Goal 1

Quantico Middle High School students will achieve proficient or advanced levels in reading and writing.

  • Objective 1: 75% of students will demonstrate improved skills in reading with the support of AVID strategies as measured by the DoDEA summative assessment, SRI, and PSAT.
  • Objective 2: 75% of students will demonstrate improved skills in writing with the support of AVID strategies as measured by the DoDEA summative assessment and PSAT.


Link to The Month of the Military Child page

The Month of the Military Child - April

DoDEA joins the Department of Defense and the military community in honoring military families and their children for the sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome.
tax law

PCS and Tax Changes

Important tax law changes that affect employees who make a PCS move.
PAEMST Nomination

PAEMST Call for Nominations

PAEMST has extended the 2018-2019 nomination period to April 1st. Nominate your favorite 7-12th grade science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and/or computer science teachers for a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching today. Nominate now!
Link to 2019 WHM page

Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month – a time to honor the contributions of women in American history.
Link to Disabilities Awareness Month page

Disability Awareness Month

March is Disabilities Awareness month! DoDEA is committed to increasing awareness and promoting independence, integration, and inclusion of all students with disabilities.

Quantico M/HS

3307 Purvis Rd
Quantico, VA 22134-2198
P: 703-630-7055
F: (703) 784-4851

It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.

Upcoming Events

Full Calendar

NOTE: Please check your school's calendar for information on additional release days for training, parent teacher conferences, and other activities.

Recent News

Quantico Students Attend West Point Leadership Conference

Four of our top QMHS Juniors were selected to compete in the West Point Leadership Conference on March 14th at George Mason University at the Arlington Campus. Read More...

Finding Meaning Through Theater

After several weather set-backs and subsequent performance cancellations, QMHS Drama, 8th grade English students, AVID MS and HS students attended the long anticipated play at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, February 26th. Read More...

Recognizing Athletics at QMHS

On Tuesday, February 26 the Quantico Athletic Department celebrated their winter season with parents, players, and coaches. Read More...

QMHS MUN Students Compete at Old Dominion University Conference

The MUN students from Quantico Middle/High School competed at Old Dominion University’s Model United Nations Conference held at the Sheraton Hotel in Norfolk, Virginia from Feb. 15th- 17th. Read More...

QMHS Basketball Player is a Rare Division I Athlete

Auburn softball commitment Jessie Blaine gives Quantico High School’s basketball team a rare Division I athlete . Read More...

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