Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Queen Creek District Students
Welcome to QCUSD

On behalf of Queen Creek Unified School District #95, we welcome you to the Queen Creek Schools and our website. Our boundary area includes the Town of Queen Creek and extends north of Williams Gateway to Warner Road and east of Eastmark to Meridian Road. The district encompasses 46 square miles.

Queen Creek is a suburban community in the central part of Arizona. Our town has many amenities for growing families and is a short commute from the Phoenix metropolitan area. We’re proud of our small town feel and family atmosphere - a place where you know your neighbors by name.

Queen Creek School District consists of four elementary schools, one middle school, one junior high school, and one high school. Our enrollment is approximately 5,000 students. We offer a quality educational program with our top-notch educators and support staff. Our students continue to exceed state and national averages on our achievement test scores. We are dedicated to providing a challenging learning experience for our students in a loving, supportive environment. Queen Creek is a great place to be!


A Message from our Superintendent

AZ GradesWelcome to Queen Creek Unified School District and the 2014-2015 school year. We are very proud of the high standards of academic achievement attained by our students and staff. We are pleased to share the news that all of our schools earned “A” or “B” grades from the Arizona Department of Education; we are one of only a few school districts that earned a grade of “A” from ADE for the last four years, 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, and 2013-2014.

Our goal as a district is to provide a quality education with the belief that all children can learn. We are proud of our comprehensive pre-k through 12th grade academic programs that we offer to meet the needs for all of our students. We have quality programs in regular education, gifted, special education and early childhood, as well as offering career and technical and alternative high school services. Please contact our schools for more details.

Thanks to the support of the Queen Creek community in passing our $15M Capital Bond in November 2010, all of our classrooms have state-of-the-art technology. Every classroom has interactive boards, projectors, responders, and document cameras. These technology tools enable our staff to better prepare our students for success in the 21st century workforce. We feel very fortunate to have great support from our parents and community; we know this partnership is crucial to our providing an excellent education for students.

I wish everyone a successful 2014-2015 school year, and thank you for choosing QCUSD as your district of choice.

Sincerely,



Mr. Tom Lindsey
Superintendent


Latest News & Events
QCMS Fall Carnival

Queen Creek Middle School is having a carnival! Read more >>>


 
NBJH - Mix It Up Day

Students and staff at Newell Barney Junior High participated in National Mix It Up Day. Read more >>>


 
QCMS Student Achievements

Congratulations to the following QCMS Wildcats! Read more >>>


 
Congratulations, Johanah Nidey!

Congratulations to our Wildcat, Johanah Nidey! She won the 1st place award for her student art entry to the Arizona State Fair in her category (#145-Mixed Media). Read more >>>


 
QCMS Students Make Contributions

The following QCMS Wildcats have been recognized for contributing to their community. Read more >>>


 
MCSO Presentation Grabs Eagles’ Attention

Red Ribbon Week Assembly Featured Bomb Squad, SWAT, and K-9 Read more >>>


 
NBJH Veteran's Day Celebration

Newell Barney Junior High School's 4th Annual Veterans Day Celebration is coming up on Monday, November 10 at 7:00 a.m. Read more >>>


 
BYU Ballroom Dancing at QPAC

Newell Barney Junior High students traveled to the Queen Creek PAC on October 24 to enjoy the show put on by BYU Ballroom Dancing. Read more >>>


 
NBJH 7th Grade Science Projects

At the end of last quarter, NBJH 7th graders produced projects on space-related topics they had researched. Read more >>>


 
QCUSD Board Presentations for Employee of the Month

The QCUSD governing board made their monthly employee of the month (EOM) presentations at the regular school board meeting held on October 21, 2014. Read more >>>


 
QCUSD Board Presentations of Student of the Month

The QCUSD governing board made presentations to the student of the month nominees for September 2014. Read more >>>


 
Ms. Burnap Receives Award

At the end of September, staff members from the QCUSD child nutrition department attended the the fall conference sponsored by The School Nutrition Association of Arizona. Read more >>>


 
NBJH Camp Tontozona 2014 Leadership Camp

Newell Barney Junior High took 120 students up north to Camp Tontozona where students learned and practiced various leadership skills. Read more >>>


 
End of 1st Quarter Assembly at Middle School

With our first quarter coming to an end, Queen Creek Middle School's student council put on an amazing assembly for students and staff. Read more >>>


 
NBJH 7th Grade Space Project

Newell Barney Junior High 7th grade space and technology culminated with a space project where students were assigned a space mission to research. They then chose a display board and created a model to represent their project. Read more >>>


 
NBJH Intermediate and Symphonic Bands

Newell Barney Junior High School's intermediate and symphonic bands teamed up on stage to perform the Newell Barney Buccaneers fight song under the leadership of band director Steve Quintana. Read more >>>


 
PTO Shout Out

We want to send a big shout out to our PTO!  Read more >>>


 
Family Resource Center Events

Please mark your calendars for the following Family Resource Center events. Read more >>>


 
Grandparents Day at FBPE

FBPE hosted Grandparents Day on September 5, and it was a big hit!  Read more >>>


 
QCHS Student Awarded Nordstrom Scholarship

QCHS student, Nicole Van Eerd, earned a $10,000 scholarship from Nordstrom. Read more >>>


 
Teachers Deconstruct New Standards

Queen Creek Elementary teachers using the early release time to work on deconstructing the new college and career ready standards! Read more >>>


 
Tom Lindsey, QCUSD Superintendent, Selected As Educator of the Year

Mr. Tom Lindsey, QCUSD superintendent, and Ms. Flor Noble, teacher at Jack Barnes Elementary School, were both nominees for the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year award. Read more >>>


 
Queen Creek High School Day of Service 9/11

Queen Creek High School held a Day of Service on September 11, 2014. Read more >>>


 
School Health Improvement Grant

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health recently awarded Queen Creek Middle School a $2,000 grant for its School Health Improvement Plan.  Read more >>>


 
September Employees of the Month

The QCUSD Governing Board made its monthly Employee of the Month presentations at the regular school board meeting on September 16, 2014.  Read more >>>


 
STEM Opportunities At Queen Creek Middle School

The Science Foundation Arizona (SFAz) acknowledged Queen Creek Middle School’s commitment to expanding STEM opportunities. Read more >>>


 
QCHS Student Council Meet DME Student Council Members

QCHS student council officers met with the newly elected student council officers at Desert Mountain. Read more >>>


 
Arizona's Common Core Standards


 
QCHS Sports Information

Be sure to keep up with the latest happenings with Queen Creek High School athletics by viewing the website.


 
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