More Choice
More Opportunity
More Growth

The Queen Creek Unified School District (QCUSD) offers more choice, opportunity and growth than any other school network in our communities. Enrollment applications are being accepted for all nine of our schools. Call 480.987.5935 or click below.

Strong Schools, Strong Community

Great schools help make great neighborhoods. Be proud of your community as QCUSD schools are among the strongest in the state. Here are some of the most recent accolades:

92% graduation rate compared to the state average of 78%
STEAM Nationally recognized Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math (STEAM) program
BLUE RIBBON Jack Barnes Elementary was recognized as a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School
OVER $12 MILLION earned in awards and scholarships by QCHS Class of 2018
CHAMPS Queen Creek Unified School District offers state and nationally recognized athletic programs
TECH QCUSD schools utilize state of the art technology in the classrooms
QCUSD students continue to score WELL ABOVE the state average in all areas of Math and English Language Arts, according to the Arizona Department of Education 2016-17 AzMERIT results

All QCUSD Elementary schools outperformed 75% of Arizona district and charter schools with reportable data in the area of English Language Arts proficiency

All QCUSD schools outperformed 75% of Arizona district and charter schools with reportable data on math proficiency. 

QCHS outperformed 80% of Arizona district and charter high schools with reportable data on Algebra 1 proficiency.

Three QCUSD Elementary schools scored in the top 10% of all district and charter schools statewide with reportable data for math proficiency.

More than 98% of QCUSD 8th grade Algebra 1 students passed the AzMERIT End of Course assessment.

Building Schools, Building Community

Strong schools create strong communities by attracting businesses, increasing property values, and expanding service and partnership opportunities between schools and the community. Families are choosing QCUSD as their destination of choice, where their students can grow, build strong roots and branch out to lead within the community. We look forward to the future, and are planning to build three new elementary schools and a new high school. These facilities will allow us to manage growth and meet the demands of our neighborhoods.
Now accepting enrollment applications for all nine schools. Everyone is welcome!

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Growing our Students for the Future

Growing our next community leaders and career professionals can only happen with the right opportunities. That’s why we are providing more superior choices in academics, athletics, the arts, service and leadership, and Career and Technical Education (CTE).

ACADEMICS

For over 15 years QCUSD has offered both Dual Enrollment and AP courses. In 2016-2017 over 285 students took one or more AP exam sponsored by the College Board. Our dual enrollment classes are primarily with Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Gateway Community College. The Maricopa County Community College System is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and has written credit transfer agreements with over 90 universities across the nation including our three state schools.

New additions to our 20+ AP and Dual Enrollment courses: American Sign Language Calculus BC (AP course) AP Statistics Biology 100 (Dual Enrollment)
AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, brings research‐based strategies and curriculum to educational institutions in elementary, secondary and higher education. The philosophy is ”hold students accountable to the highest standards, and provide academic and social support.”

ATHLETICS

QCUSD uses team sports to weave in teachable moments such as, leadership on and off the field, responsibility and character growth. QCUSD athletics participate in the Arizona Interscholastic Association and are NCAA approved.

Basketball

Baseball

Cross-Country

Football

Golf

Soccer

Softball

Spirit Line

Swimming

Track

Volleyball

Sand Volleyball

Wrestling

Unified Sports Basketball

Unified Sports Football

THE ARTS

QCUSD understands the connection between academic success and the arts. We encourage our students at all grade levels to participate and strengthen their skills. Watch your students shine at the Queen Creek Performing Arts Center or throughout the community in town festivals, parades, district art shows, plays, performances and musical competitions.    

Art

Ceramics

Music

Theatre

Choir

Band

Orchestra

SERVICE & LEADERSHIP

Service and leadership are instilled in our students and embedded in our curriculum. We take pride in our students as they serve the community through these outstanding national programs.

FBLA’s, Future Business Leaders of America‘s, mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. AZ Best Buddies programs build friends and community, while supporting the diversity of our Queen Creek campus. The club seeks to increase opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The National FFA Organization is committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership’s (HOBY) mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innovation. Girls State/Boys State Leadership is the world’s largest patriotic leadership program. Some its goals are to advance the understanding of patriotism and responsibility of citizenship, to promote individual integrity and family values, and to be the leaders in all that is good in this nation today, tomorrow and for generations to come. The Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) / National Defense Cadet Corp (NDCC) is a program offered to QCHS students (9th-12th) that teaches character education, student achievement, wellness, leadership, and diversity with no military service obligation.

CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Career and Technical Education (CTE) gives high school students the chance to get a head start on preparing for college and careers. Our award-winning CTE programs teach students how core school subjects like math, science and writing are used in relevant trades and careers.

Pre Engineering/Robotics

Full Stack Web Development

Graphic Design

Film and TV

Technical Theater

Sales and Marketing

Agriculture

Fashion Education

Culinary Education

Early Childhood Education

Bioscience/Pre Engineering

Medical Professions

Sports Medicine/Health

Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)

Carpentry

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Professional Sales and Marketing
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Partnering with local colleges and business, this student-centered organization promotes leadership and team building skills that instill a fundamental commitment to the growth of the communities in which they live.

Award winning program
46 medals at the DECA Regional Competition
One of only two Arizona Schools awarded successful completion of all four fall campaigns

DECA collage of students
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Fashion Education
Culinary Education
Early Childhood Education
Family, Community and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA) promotes personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Students have an opportunity to compete in career-based competitions throughout the year and develop their own personal leadership style.

FCCLA Bronze Chapter award winners

Culinary arts student chopping vegetables
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Agriculture
Future Farmers of America provides a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

National competitors
AZ FFA scholarship winners
District Champions in Horse Evaluation
First Place in Ag Sales (national qualifiers)

FFA students in greenhouse
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Bioscience/Pre Engineering
Medical Professions
Sports Medicine/Health
New Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)
HOSA: Future Health Professionals is an organization for those students interested in pursuing an education and career in the healthcare professions. Its purpose is to develop leadership and technical skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition.

Winners in Gold, Silver and Bronze
State Championships

HOSA students accepting awards
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Full Stack Web Development
Pre Engineering/Robotics
Graphic Design
Film and TV
Technical Theater
Carpentry
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

AIA Robotics competitors
Award winning broadcast program
Top ten theatre program in Arizona

CTE students doing carpentry
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Strengthening Community Relationships

We want to be good neighbors in our community. Queen Creek School District is invested in strengthening our families, businesses and neighborhoods — our community. We partner with local business and organizations that share the same core values: Excellence Through Leadership: Engage, Empower, Excel.

We work side by side with the Town of Queen Creek and City of Mesa to plan and project future needs for our students and community. Strong schools create strong communities by attracting businesses, increasing property values, and expanding service and partnership opportunities between students, schools and the community.

Our Mission

As an innovative, national leader in education, Queen Creek Unified School District inspires and empowers each student to achieve excellence in all pursuits, embrace social and individual responsibility, and lead with integrity. This is achieved through a challenging and comprehensive curriculum provided by distinguished professionals in partnership with our families and community.