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Welcome to Quest K-8


Quest Academy is excited to announce we are moving to a new, state-of-the-art facility located at 3927 York St. Dacono, Co.  

Summertime Information: Quest/ Homyak PK-8 will be closed beginning on May 18th – Quest Office Staff can be reached at the District Office at 200 S. Fulton Avenue between the hours of 7:30-3:30 Monday through Thursday.


Quest/ Homyak PK-8 Office staff will be on vacation from June 19th through July 21st. Registration Paperwork can be found at or at the District Office.


For questions, please feel free to call us at 303-857-3380.


Have a great summer

Homyak PK-8 Now Enrolling!

Now Enrolling Flyer

JFBA/BB-E Open Enrollment Form:  Can be emailed to


Weld Re-8 Families,

With the Board of Education vote to create an enrollment boundary for the Homyak PK-8 School, there will be no changes to the current transportation guidelines next year.  We will continue to provide bussing for students outside of the Homyak enrollment area.


On April 9, 2018, the Board of Education unanimously passed a change in the Homyak PK-8 School of Choice designation.  After careful study and research, Weld Re-8 placed attendance boundaries for students based on the location of the school.  Please click the link below to see the boundaries that were approved.

This change ensures every student’s ability to attend the school closest to him or her, but it does not change a student’s continuing opportunity to enroll in the school of his or her choice. All schools in the Weld Re-8 School District are Open Enrollment schools, and we encourage parents and students to look into what makes each of our schools unique. We want each student to feel a sense of pride in the school that he or she has chosen.  

The decision to make all Weld Re-8 schools Open Enrollment Boundary Schools will not affect current Quest students’ ability to enroll in Homyak PK-8.

Please contact me with any questions you may have.


Weld Re-8 School Boundaries

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 Quest's Weekly Announcements


Quest's Monthly Celebrations/Wins
  •  End of year iReady testing showed an average growth of 44 points, which exceeded the school-wide target of 34 points!
  • Yearbook club worked diligently over the last few months as they created the 2017-2018 yearbook. There were many bittersweet moments as they reflected over the final year as Quest Academy.
  • Homyak Pk-8 now has a gym floor!
  • Saturday, April 28 was Quest’s Night at the Races at the Colorado Motor Speedway. There was a nice turnout of students and their families. Events like this are always special as they help build the family-community that we cherish within our school.
  • 1st grader Giancarlos Diaz was honored at the District’s ELD Celebration night on May 1. We are so proud of the progress he has made this year!
  • 2nd grade wrote personal journals from the perspective of a Titanic survivor.
  • 4th grade wrote their own citizenship books and read them to the Kindergarten class. These books discussed what it means to be good citizen within their community and nation.
  • 7th grade transformed Mrs. Parks’s classroom into a theatrical stage, with setting and props, to perform Cyrano de Bergerac.
  • The school-wide Fun Run will be this Friday, May 11. Lower elementary will complete a 1.5 mile lap, while upper elementary and middle school will complete 3.1 miles.
  • On Monday, May 14, 8th graders will be recognized and honored during their Continuation Ceremony at FLHS.


Students of the Month for March

8th:  Cayra Misola (Academic) and Weston Taylor (Citizenship)
7th:  Emiko Ohkawa (Academic) and Erin Schantz (Citizenship)
6th: Kaiden Kohler (Academic) and Tatum Ross (Citizenship)
5th: Donovan Lara (Academic) and Halles Rosales (Citizenship)
4th:  Aerik Ross (Academic) and Dio Fanaro (Citizenship)
3rd:  Trent Faulhaber (Academic) and Jaylen Becerra (Citizenship)
2nd:  Ethan Shim (Academic) and Graciela Mora (Citizenship)
1st:  Addison Holton (Academic) and Aubree Rosales (Citizenship)
Kinder:  Gabe Sierra (Academic) and Alana Rivera (Citizenship)
Physical Education:  JohnPaul Schubert and Jane Wilson

Upcoming Events


2016 Election Results 

Thank you to our community for supporting the $48.6 million dollar bond measure!  This bond will help support a safe and secure learning environment for our children.  The passing of 3E will benefit all schools in our district.

-  Fort Lupton High School will receive $10.692 million.

-  Twombly Elementary School will receive $6.804 million.

-  Butler Elementary School will receive $7.29 million.

-  Fort Middle School will receive $972,000.

-  Early Childhood Center and Administrative/Board Room $5.346 million.



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