Basketball has been a part of Quality Education Academy’s (QEA) Senior point guard Renathan Ona Embo’s life since he was 3 years old. He has given his commitment to attend
Quality Education Academy (QEA) held its eighth commencement ceremony with an audience of over 500 family, friends, and community members.
Johnson’s clothing line, 21Ray’s exploded on to the scene last Thursday evening during a fashion show held at Quality Education Academy (QEA), where Johnson has been a student since middle school.
Three more basketball seniors at Quality Education Academy recently announced where they will continue their careers.
Pape Ndiaye of Quality Education Academy will continue his basketball career at the next level. Ndiaye, a 6-9, 225-pound senior power forward, recently signed a national letter-of-intent with Fordham University (N.Y.). The Rams compete in the Atlantic 10 Conference.
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee QEA’s Deshawn Corprew has the quickness and strength to get his shot off in tight
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Pharaohs’ point guard Renathan Ona Embo excels at finishing plays around the basket in heavy
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee The Pharaohs get a boost for the Grind Session Nationals with the return of starting
Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Pape Ndiaye puts up a shot after grabbing an offensive rebound. BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE
Special to The Chronicle Quality Education Academy honored three “Great Men” at its pre-game ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 30. QEA honored Warren “Big