Instructional programs make up the majority of Questar III services. This includes Special Education, Career & Technical Education, New Visions, Adult & Community Education and a variety of K-12 enrichment programs.
Adult Education & Workforce Development
Questar III offers learning opportunities for adults as well. Our Adult Education & Workforce Development programs provide options for adult students to learn English, prepare for and take the High School Equivalency test, improve literacy skills, or offer assistance in finding meaningful employment. We also offer programs for local businesses to improve the performance of current employees or train new employees to meet current global demands.
Career & Technical Education
Our Career Tech and Career Studies programs offer students training and skills to prepare them for 21st century jobs as well as whatever comes next in their life journey – whether that is attending college, joining the workforce, enlisting in the military or pursuing any number of other paths. These hands-on programs for students in grades 11 and 12 allow students to explore a field they are passionate about while ensuring they are ready for the world of tomorrow.
New Visions programs are rigorous, one-year honors-level programs for high school seniors that include college-level research and coursework. Students learn and explore through mentoring, internships, creative projects, interactions with professionals and more. New Visions students can earn college credit through the program and gain valuable insight into career options from a real-world perspective.
Our Special Education programs are designed to give students with disabilities the structured, personalized support they need to be successful. From small classes with one-on-one support to larger classes where students are largely independent, we tailor programming to meet each student’s individual needs.
K-12 Enrichment/Alternative Education Programs
Questar III also provides a wide range of alternative education programs and enrichment opportunities for K-12 students. This includes Cultural and Performing Arts programs, Odyssey of the Mind, district-based Pre-K programs, Alternative Learning Programs for high school students and summer school programs for middle and high school students.