Current Families

Welcome, TQS families! You play a unique and important role in the lives of our students and within our community -- and we thank you for helping our school shine each day!

To help make your time at TQS as simple and streamlined as possible, we've compiled all of our most important resources, frequently requested documents, and upcoming calendar dates in one place.

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Letters from Our Head of School

As I walk the warm and inviting halls of our wonderful school, I am often reminded of the rich tapestry of Quaker values and teachings that form the bedrock of our esteemed institution. 

I find it amazing that, regardless of when first spoken, the words of Quaker teachers and philosophers continue to echo in our classrooms and our hearts, guiding us to foster a nurturing community founded on morality and unwavering care. 

  • HOS Letter
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This year, TQS will be inviting parents and guardians into the classroom to do some learning of their own. 

TQS hired renowned clinical psychologist Dr. Cheryl Chase to design an executive functioning curriculum for our school and spend two years training our faculty on delivering the curriculum.  However, since our goal is for our students to find the right-fit path forward to fulfilling their full potential, our interventions are at their best with a strong family partnership. 

For this reason, TQS will offer this executive-functioning training for parents as well as faculty. 

  • Cheryl Chase
  • Executive Functioning
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What's Next? Navigating Options after K-12 for Students with Complex Challenges
Alex Brosowsky

Recently, I was mesmerized by a father’s powerful story about his son with learning disabilities — but what made this one different for me is that it happened beyond the K-12 classroom walls. 

I have had many conversations with our TQS parents who are pondering the path their children will tread as they edge toward adulthood. The good news is that TQS is not the end of the road! If you’re beginning to chart these unexplored waters, you’re probably asking this common question: “What’s next?”

  • Post-High School
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