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Michael Smith Retires from Queens Grant High School



Michael Smith Retires from Queens Grant High School

Article from Mint Hill Times By reporter Ed BertiPhoto credit to Ed Berti The board, faculty, administration and friends of Michael Smith enjoyed a retirement party at the Pine Lake Country Club on Saturday June 8th. Mr. Smith, also known as “Doc” on campus because he earned his Doctoral degree, was honored by many who […]

Music Department Prepares for Spring Concert



Article by Catherine Gillman, March 18th 2018 The QGHS Band, Orchestra, and Choir have been hard at work preparing for their Spring Concert on Friday.  Since the conclusion of winter break, music director Mr. Turner has been working with his students on several intriguing pieces. He looks forward to seeing and hearing how his musicians have […]

QG Baseball Field Sees Its First Game



After years of hard work and dedication by staff, students, parents, and community volunteers, the baseball field is finally ready to see some action.  The first game held was on Friday, March 3rd against Lake Norman Charter.  Unfortunately, our boys lost 3-0, but what an honor to be a part of such a momentous occasion […]

QG Choir Sings at Mint Hill Tree Lighting



QG Choir Sings at Mint Hill Tree Lighting

Our Sounding Stallion choir has gotten in to the holiday spirit! The group kicked off the month of December by performing in the Mint Hill Christmas Tree Lighting celebration on the 1st. Next the group sang at the Town of Matthews Christmas Tree Lighting celebration.  At both performances the group sang seasonal favorites such as […]

YCI helps at the Special Olympics



YCI helps at the Special Olympics

The YCI Club, Christian Youth Club, served at the Special Olympics Bowling event on Friday, January 29, 2016. 30 students attended along with  Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Braswell and 5 parent volunteers. Each of our students were responsible for 4 participants during the day. Students kept score, made sure participants knew when they were up to […]

QG fights against Breast Cancer



QG fights against Breast Cancer

Student council members had a passion to help those suffering with Breast Cancer. This past October, the council members decided to be proactive by starting a new QG tradition of “QG Pink Day”. Students donated $1.00 to wear pink items, purchased pink cup cakes, and pink lemonade! The students raised $250.00 for Carolinas Breast Friends!  […]

Pasta for Pennies



Pasta for Pennies

Queen’s Grant High School is currently raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  Our first week of the drive we raised $229.51. We have two weeks left to go to reach our goal of $2500. Cancer doesn’t discriminate and QGHS is no exception. QG students know that we are not in the fight for […]