Quest for Education and Arts

Quest for Education and Arts

- Classes Begin September 9th -

There is still time to register!
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Follow the link above to go to our NEW registration platform, iClassPro! Each family will be required to attend a mandatory informational meeting. Dates will be scheduled throughout the summer.

2019-2020 Course Catalog
2019-2020 Course Schedule

quest office hours

The Quest office will be open during limited hours this summer to accommodate your needs. Please feel free to visit the office during the times below or contact us via phone at any time. 520.818.8064

Office Hours

1st & 3rd weeks - Monday & Wednesday - 10 AM - Noon
2nd & 4th weeks - Tuesday & Thursday - 2 PM - 4 PM
CLOSED July 1st - 5th



We offer educational courses for preschoolers all the way up through adults; ranging in subjects from science and math to art and music - with everything in between! The button below will take you to the course catalog where you will find course descriptions, age levels, and more.



Quest offers these courses to the public for free! However — Everything we offer is dependent upon the donations that we receive from you and all our participating families. Without donations, courses and other services will be cancelled so please consider donating today!


Location & Time

All of our courses and other services are held at Christina Taylor Green Memorial Education Building at St. Odilia's Church, located at 7570 N Paseo del Norte. We are in the office on Monday through Wednesday, 8am-5:50pm. On other days of the week, we can be reached through phone calls and emails.


At Quest for Education and Arts we strive to provide supplemental education to students of all ages utilizing community experts, emerging technology, and a strong faith-based foundation to provide the best possible training for every student.






Christina Taylor Green Education Center
7570 N Paseo Del Norte, Tucson 85704

Mailing Address

1751 W. Placita de Zacatal
Tucson, AZ 85704     

The aim [of education] must be the training of independently acting and thinking individuals who, however, see in the service to the community their highest life problem.
— Albert Einstein

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