QUEST is Leander ISD's Gifted and Talented program.  QUEST is an acronym which stands for Quality Utilization and Enrichment of Student Talents.

The LISD QUEST program is set up as an enrichment to classroom learning. In the QUEST classroom, students learn and use tools that help them research ideas and topics.  They will explore the creative thinking skills of fluency, flexibility, originality and elaboration in their projects.  They will also apply critical thinking and problem solving skills in their daily projects.

QUEST is a challenging, interdisciplinary, project-based program that requires high intellectual ability (95th percentile or above) for successful participation.  The QUEST program does not accelerate a particular area but does expand, extend and enrich academic content areas through interdisciplinary projects.  While QUEST students' inventions and products may not look conventional to others, they reflect in-depth, complex thinking and creative problem solving.  


FALL Screening and Testing:
***Fall screening will begin the first week of school.  All new to Leander ISD students in grades 1-5 will be screened. Parent requests for Fall screening may be submitted until the end of the school day on September 1, 2017.  Requests after that date will be screened in May 2018.***

***If your child has already started the screening process and you have paperwork or product samples to turn in from last year, please turn it in by September 1, 2017 so that your child can continue the screening process this Fall.***

*Monday, August 28th:
First day of school!!!

*Tuesday, September 19th:
First day of QUEST classes