Quick Links
Skip to main contentSkip to navigation
Main Navigation

Top Stories

Feature image-0

QHS Graduates 19

Quinter High School graduated 19 seniors on May 13 at 3:00 p.m.  Family, friends, and community members gathered in the QHS gymnasium for commencement ceremonies. Valedictorian Sarah Bird and Salutatorian Ashley Miller addressed the class and crowd.  The two focused on the classes motto and the "Parable of the Pencil" to remind their classmates to leave their mark on everything they touch.   "It was . . .

read more

Feature image-1

Kansas History Comes to Life

Quinter Junior High seventh grade students experienced a piece of the history they have studied all year on Tuesday, May 9.  The class took a field trip to the Prairie Museum of Art and History in Colby to explore exhibits relating to Kansas History.  The class was sponsored by their Kansas History teacher, Mrs. Allison Polifka, as well as Mr. Chris Lee (another history buff).      Students explored . . .

read more

Feature image-2

QJH Finishes Season at NWKL Meet

The Quinter Junior High track team competed in the Northwest Kansas League Meet in Tribune on Friday, May 12.  Several students earned League Titles.  Overall, the eighth grade boys finished fifth, the seventh grade boys finished sixth, the eighth grade girls finished sixth, and the seventh grade girls finished fifth.      For the eighth grade boys’ running events, Tucker Gillespie took fourth in . . .

read more

Feature image-3

Six Qualify for State Track

Six members of the Quinter High School track team qualified for the State Track & Field Meet in Wichita.  Sarah Bird and Evie Gruenbacher both qualified in individual events.  Bird, Gruenbacher, Rebekah Kitch, and Brooke Blackwill qualified in a relay with Ashley Miller and Sydney Ruckman qualifying as alternates for the relay.  The Regional Track Meet was held in Hays at the Fort Hays State University Track & . . .

read more

Feature image-4

QJH Holds Awards Night and Eighth Grade Graduation

Quinter Junior High School honored seventh and eighth grade students at the annual Awards Night and Eighth Grade Graduation on Monday, May 15.  Teachers recognized students for classroom awards.  Coaches recognized athletes for hard work and dedication throughout the sports seasons.  Lastly, eighth grade students received diplomas and were promoted. Mr. Countryman handed out the KSHSAA Citizenship Awards to one boy and . . .

read more