Important Information

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 (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 2021 Senior Info

  • A second round of Senior Portraits will take place in the QO auditorium using safety and social distancing protocols in mid-January by appointment only. Seniors who have not yet been photographed will receive notification in the mail approximately 2 weeks prior to the next set of dates. If a senior who was photographed would like to be rephotographed, they will need to call in to Lifetouch's Customer Service team to schedule (retake appointments are unavailable through the online system). If a senior lost their appointment card or needs to contact Lifetouch, please call Customer Service at 1-800-445-1189. If you have any additional questions about senior portraits, please contact Ms. Eberhart-Bliss.
  • The Class of 2021 sponsors have written a letter with all the start of year information you'll need!  Check it out for details about Senior Fee (en Español don't delay in paying at the low price of $55 online!  Questions should be sent to Ms. Jones or Ms. Farrow.
  • SENIOR PARENTS - if you haven't already, stay informed throughout the year by joining the Parent Remind to get text message updates - or text @9a3k32 to the number 81010

Back to School Night Information, 9/10

For those who missed our large Back to School Night Webinar with information from Mrs. Thomas, PTSA, Booster Club, Athletics, SGA and learn about important information for daily activities, here are the slides from the presentation.  We are working on processing and loading a recording of the webinar along with a FAQ document.  Parents are encouraged to login via ParentVue to access individual videos and information from each teacher of their child, videos and information will be up through Sunday.

Class of 2024 - Welcome!

Class of 2024! We are so excited to meet you. Please read our welcome letter in English or en Español and get to know your two 9th grade administrators. Communications will continue to be shared in the upcoming weeks about our virtual New Student Orientation. Please check your emails and reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

9th Grade Parent Meeting

In case you missed the meeting on Aug. 27th, here is the presentation for your review.  In case you missed it, here is the video from the presentation. Our 9th Grade Assistant Principals Mrs. Lee and Mr. Yaroborough were excited to meet everyone and are happy to answer any additional questions you might have. 


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.

Sprint 1 Million Project - Internet at Home

Do you have difficulty completing your work due to lack of internet at home? If so, you may qualify for a free device from Sprint! You must be - enrolled in an MCPS HS, not have reliable internet at home (no access, multiple students with 1 computer, dial up only), and meet income requirements. If eligible you can receive a device from Sprint with 10GB per month of free high-speed LTE data. Unlimited data is provided at 2G speeds if usage exceeds 3GB in a month. Get more information in the flyers – EnglishFrench, and Spanish

SSL Information - 2020 Update

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.