Mission Statement 宗旨 : We seek to provide a challenging academic program that gives all students the means to meet high standards and achieve their best, to foster sound habits of mind and action, and to instill in our students such virtues as integrity, respect, and self discipline. 積極提供嚴謹的學術課程,要求所有學生能朝著高水平的目標,努力進取,養成良好的學習態度及行為表現,發揚誠實,恭敬及自律的美德

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Nicole Young, at center in white sweater, a City Connects coordinator at Josiah Quincy Elementary School in Boston, leads a tour of the school for college students who will be volunteer tutors there. New research suggests there is an academic payoff from the City Connects program, which links students and their families to supports and resources that align with their needs.          
 LEFT Learning Payoff Found for 'City Connects'.          RIGHT - First-year teachers on why they teach

             MacDonald (front center) visits Josiah Quincy fourth graders in Phil Amara’s (right) class. At left is assistant principal Michael McCarthy and second to the right is Crystal Oldham, executive director of the Hardwood Forest Foundation. (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.)
 LEFT - Lesson From The Classroom: Visual Arts At The Josiah Quincy School
 RIGHT - Boston native and TV host Tommy MacDonald visits Quincy Elementary School

             





Josiah Quincy Elementary School Principal Simon Ho (left) shows Mayor Marty Walsh programming work done by students in the school media lab. The visit was part of Computer Science Education Week, which ran from Dec. 8 to Dec. 14. (Image courtesy of Ling-Mei Wong.) 昆士小學校長何少華(左)於12月10日在學校多媒體實驗室向市長華殊展示學生完成的編寫程式的課程結果。這次拜訪是從12月8日至14日的資訊工程學教育周的一部份。(圖片由黃靈美攝。)
Mayor Walsh visits JQS 
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The Josiah Quincy School, whose history of educating the children in Boston goes back to the mid-1800's, is ranked consistently among the top public schools in Massachusetts.  The school, with its striking mural, is a landmark in Chinatown in the very heart of the city.  Josiah Quincy draws upon the energy of its surrounding neighborhoods and the diversity of its students to create a vibrant center for learning that seeks to prepare young people for global citizenship. 昆士學校教育波士頓孩子的歷史,可追索到19世紀中葉,一直以來已是麻州頂尖兒的學校。學校位於華埠,校舍頂層醒目的壁畫,已成波士頓市心臟的地標。昆士學校的動力,是來自週圍的鄰區,多元化的學生創建了一個充滿活力的學習中心,讓青少年成為全球公民做好準備。