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At our Acacia Quest Center –
Quest Academy (TK-5): Our project-focused, inquiry learning model school offers a unique small-school environment where everybody knows every student’s name. Hands-on projects, core mastery, and positive interpersonal skills are the focus. 3rd-5th-grade students attend our Acacia B location at 760 W. Acacia suite 102, (951) 225-7624.
||Name: Tanner Levasseur
Age: 11 Grade: 5
I chose: Hemet Quest Student Center
Why? Springs’ flexible schedule
accommodates his instesive dance
Tanner says: “I have been dancing
since age 2 1/2. I train in the styles of
tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop,
gymnastics, musical theater, ballet, and
most recently, pointe. My goal in life is
to perform on Broadway, so every day
after school I head to the dance studio!”
His advice to new students is to pay
attention to the teachers, be kind to
the staff and other students, use good
manners, and do the work.
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News + Announcements
March 2, 2022
Spring’ Hemet Quest Student Center participated in the World Wide Day of Play, shared Tiffany Jones, the site facilitator. Students enjoyed such activities as a dance party, arts and crafts table, hula hoop passing, relay race, obstacle course and tennis ball toss.
June 21, 2019
Springs’ Hemet Quest Academy held a Relay for Life to raise money for cancer research. The event kicked off with an assembly led by PE teacher Ted McAllister and DJed by Brian Dacus.
March 12, 2019
Samira Seelhofer, 12, was formerly a 5th-grade student at Springs’ Hemet Quest Academy before moving on to 6th grade at another school. Two of her siblings still attend Springs schools.
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Anthony Torres, 13, is a 7th grader at the Hemet Quest Student Center. He is in his second year with Springs. He likes to draw with pencils, markers, crayons and oil pastels.