Quantum County High School

Positive on Purpose. Successful by Choice.

At a total cost of $154 million and with a capacity of 3500 students grades 9-12, Quantum County High School serves as both the largest and most expensive public high school in the state. The approximately 530,000 square foot building consists of a 3-story classroom wing, auditorium, band/orchestra/choir halls, library, cafetorium, kitchen, CTE labs, three gymnasiums, and athletics locker rooms. Following a tradition of excellence, Quantum County High School students consistently place top in all categories, including test scores, sports teams, and music and STEM competitions.