This study was conducted to investigate the effectiveness of using the questtheme module to enrich the formal visual analysis level of junior high school students in Art. A questionnaire and a teacher-made pretest and post-test were used as primary tools in gathering the data needed in this study. The study found that majority of the student respondents were classified as Level 2 in terms of formal visual analysis and also, most of them were under Approaching Proficiency (AP) category in terms of their academic achievements. Furthermore, the study unconcealed a significant relationship between the formal visual analysis level and the academic performance of the respondents. Findings also showed that pretest results were interpreted as fair. Seemingly, there was no significant difference in the mean scores of the control and experimental group. The study revealed that posttest results from the control group were interpreted as fair while results from the experimental group were described as excellent. Implicitly, the results from the data showed that there was a significant difference between the two variables. It was also found on the pre-test and post-test mean scores analysis that there was a significant difference between the results of the two variables. It discovered the effectiveness of using the quest-theme module to enrich the formal visual analysis.