2021-2022 Registration Information

Rising 10th-12th Grade Articulation Parent Night was Dec. 16th and Rising 9th Grade Articulation Parent Night was Jan. 21st.  Information from both meetings is available online, view the recording from the 10th - 12th grade presentation  or the recording from the 9th grade presentation online.  You can also review the individual presentation slides - Rising 10th - 12th grade students and Rising 9th grade students.

General Registration Information and Links:

Important Information

11th Grade PSAT Information

Registration for the PSAT for 11th grade students is open now until Jan. 13th.  The exam will be on Tuesday, Jan. 26th and the cost is $17 (pay online through the Online School Store).  This is a great practice for the SAT and provides students the chance to qualify to be a National Merit Scholar.  The registration form is available online as well as an informational letter.


Two dates, one mission: Friday, 2/12 (virtual on-the-spot interviews) from 9am - 4pm and Saturday, 2/23 College Fair from 10am - 1pm.  Event registration can be done online here and more information about the event is available here.

Winter Sustainability

Check out the Environmental Club's "Guide to Winter Sustainability" for information on sustainability and ethical business practices. These are just a few ideas and strategies to keep our consumerism and holiday decorations as sustainable as possible this year. Happy Holidays QO!

Yearbooks On Sale NOW!

Order your yearbook today - Our students are working hard to create and capture memories from the school year, don't delay in ordering your copy of the 2021 Tracks Yearbook.  Orders can be done online through the Jostens Website and details are available in the flier.  Looking for an advertisement opportunity that also supports QO, consider purchasing an Ad in this year's yearbook, details can be found in the flyerSeniors, make sure that you reserve your space in this year's yearbook by purchasing a Senior Ad for 2021!

Literary Magazine

Please submit your art and writing pieces for a chance to be included in this year's Literary Magazine! All submissions, questions, and concerns can be sent to qohslitmag@gmail.com!

SSL Information - 2020 Update

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Week of Service - Consider volunteering with one of these many options, including virtual options, as a way of honoring the life and teaching of Dr. King.
    • A MLK Week of Service virtual advocacy opportunity is open and available to all secondary students as an opportunity to earn up to 4 SSL hours. In order to earn the 4 SSL hours you must watch the videos and engage in the lessons in the following presentation: https://bit.ly/MLKWeek2021. This must be completed by January 31st.
  • The 2020-2021 Choose Respect Video Contest is open, enter today.
  • Virtual SSL Opportunities
  • Student-To-Student Extracurricular Series - MCPS is seeking students interested in developing a video presentation with either a leadership moment or extracurricular skill to inspire, teach, and share with their MCPS peers and the greater MCPS community. Students may earn 10 SSL hours for successful submission of all items identified in the Student-To-Student Extracurricular Series Form.
  • Please email Mrs. Shelhorse if you have any questions concerning SSL or need help finding opportunities, the Montgomery Coungty Volunteer Center site includes virtual opportunities for students to participate in to earn SSL. All of the activities on this site are pre-approved and will count towards SSL.  Students who would like to volunteer in person for preapproved nonprofit organizations may do so if it does not interfere with their classes and they have parental consent. 

NEHS Online Writing Center

How to submit a paper for feedback: Students who would like to submit a paper to the Online Writing Center to receive virtual tutoring may share their Google Doc with qohs.online.writing.center-uc@mcpsmd.net (making sure to open the sharing settings to “can comment”). Click this YouTube link for a tutorial. The Writing Center: A Resource for Students to Improve their Writing.  Feel free to reach out to Ms. Boettcher or any of our officers with any questions. You can do it! We can help!

Class of 2024 - Welcome! - (Welcome letter in English  or en Español)

Stand Together to Be the Change

We held our first session of "Stand Together to Be the Change: Session 1: Seek to Understand" this week, information shared in that presentation is available to QOHS students via the link above.

Signs of Suicide

The Counseling Department and the School Staff are planning to start the Signs of Suicide program with students on Thursday, March 5th, additional details about the program are available in the documents below.