||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.
At our Acacia Quest Center –
Quest Academy (TK-8): 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. 5th-8th-grade students attend our Acacia B location at 760 W. Acacia suite 102, (951) 225-7624.
Keys Career and College Prep (9-12): provides an independent-study style education where students can work at their own pace on their own time. Students attend weekly meetings with their teachers and classmates.
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News + Announcements
June 16, 2017
Thank you for visiting our webpage. We have so many exciting activities and ways to get involved this summer. I hope that you come and join us for a tour, an ice cream social, Come Read with Me, or any of the several ways to celebrate our school community!
January 23, 2017
High school students at the Hemet Student Centers enjoyed a hands-on entomology presentation. Graduate students from UC Riverside’s entomology department visited the school with stick bugs, large cockroaches, and tarantulas, some of which the students were able to handle.
January 18, 2017
Attention Hemet River Springs Families,
This message is for our Hemet Quest Academy Students (TK-8th):
Due to a water line break near the Acacia building this morning, the city of Hemet must shut down the water system for the day.
December 6, 2016See All News
A new kitchen is being built in the Hemet Student Center's Acacia A building. It will enable the Center to offer meals through the National School Lunch Program, which provides free or reduced price meals for students who financially qualify.