The Quincy School ~ Community Partnership is grateful for the continued commitment and dedication of partners who provide financial support, student support, site support and career connections, all of which enhances the educational opportunities for Quincy Public Schools students and staff.

Did You Know?

  • The Quincy Credit Union purchased 200 student padfolios for the 10th Annual Credit for Life Fair.
  • The Bank of Canton sponsored Financial Literacy classes at North Quincy High School.
  • Star Market/Shaws donated pasta, sauce and grated cheese for 200 people for the Quincy High School Skills USA Fund Raiser.
  • Daniel Quirk (Quirk Auto Dealers) donated $1,500.00 to the Girl Rising Middle School Initiative.
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care printed 250 programs for the 10th Annual Credit for Life Fair.
  • Mayor Koch sponsored the Senior Class Breakfast at North Quincy and Quincy High School.
  • The Quincy Sun continues to cover all Quincy School ~ Community Partnership events.
  • South Shore Hospital provided 3 Nutrition Workshops for parents and a Career Day for 50 North Quincy and Quincy High Health Care Technology students.
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts sponsored the Community Service Learning Celebration and was a lead sponsor of the Presidents 5K Road Race.
  • The Quincy Retired Teachers Association awarded $75,000.00 in scholarships to North Quincy and Quincy High students.
  • The South Shore YMCA sponsored SPLASH (Swim, Play, Learn Aquatic Safety), a 6-week water safety program, for second grade students from Atherton Hough, Merrymount, Parker, Beechwood Knoll, Bernazzani, Montclair, Wollaston, Lincoln Hancock, Squantum and Snug Harbor schools.
  • TD Bank provided 100 notebooks and pens for the 5th Grade Student Council Leadership Summit.
  • Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Management presented “Concussion Awareness” at QHS Winter Sports Information Night as well as Job Shadowing opportunities for Quincy High CVTE students onsite at Peak.
  • Granite Telecommunications donated funds to refurbish the Snug Harbor Elementary School gymnasium, which included fitness equipment, a sound system, video projector and screen and stage curtain.
  • Boston Scientific sponsored visits of their complex to 25 North Quincy and Quincy High School Business Technology students.
  • South Shore Workforce Development Board provided 3 Teacher Externships for CVTE staff.
  • NAGE sponsored the 2017-2018 Quincy Public Schools Mentoring Team and donated 20 new American flags to be displayed outside each school building.
  • The Quincy Education Association sponsored the 2018 Retired Teachers Luncheon.
  • Quincy Access Television provided 12 Internships for Quincy High School Film and Television students.

We could not do it without you!