Free SchoolQuest.org Student Profiles
02/20/2013 Published by: Suzanne
It’s that time of year when students are busy playing sports, participating in after-school activities, working part-time jobs and winning awards for their achievements. Keeping track of it all can be a daunting task! The SchoolQuest.org™ Profile feature of our web site is the perfect place for you to keep all of this information organized now, and over your students’ many years in school.
When the time comes to fill out a college, scholarship or job application, you will have all of your student’s “credentials” listed in a password-protected online file that is accessible wherever you have an internet connection, making the job much easier than having to dig through folders or boxes tucked away in “a safe place” . . . that you may have lost track of!
While SchoolQuest.org™ is designed with military-connected families in mind, the Student Profile tool on our web site is free to all visitors who wish to set one up.
Already have Student Profiles saved on our web site? Now is a great time to think about updating them with this school year’s classes, activities and achievements. If you have not yet set up profiles for each of your children, you will find the link to get started on the SchoolQuest.org™ home page under the heading “My SchoolQuest™ Profile”. Click on “Create My Profile” to get started. If you need to update a profile that you have already started, click on “Log In to my Profile”.
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