Eastmark High School

Opening July, 2019

Eastmark High School

Opening July, 2019

As one of the fastest growing districts in AZ, Queen Creek Unified School District is excited to bring another quality high school to the students and families we serve!

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Comprehensive High School

A-Rated Academics | Athletics | Career Path Academies

Comprehensive High School

A-Rated Academics

Athletics

Career Path Academies

As one of the fastest growing districts in AZ, QCUSD is excited to bring another quality high school to the students and families we serve!

Visit Our New Website

If you have already registered, visit the new website.
If you need to enroll, please follow the steps below.

Open Enrollment applications are accepted for this school. Everyone is welcome!

Enroll Now For Grades 7-10

Eastmark High School is now enrolling! To register your student go to Gateway Polytechnic Academy (GPA) located at 5149 S Signal Butte Rd, Mesa, AZ 85212. Office hours are Monday thru Friday 7:45 am – 4:00 pm.

Upcoming Events

July 17: Student Orientation at Eastmark High School. Time TBA
July 23: Eastmark High School Meet the Teacher. Time TBA
July 24: Eastmark High School First Day of School.

School start time: 7:25am  end time: 2:15pm

Yes, I’m interested! Keep me in the loop.

Fill out the form below to receive updates on QCUSD’s new high school located just north of Ray and east of Ellsworth roads in the Eastmark community. 

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Career Path Academies

Freshman and Sophomores will have access to top career and college readiness courses…

A-Rated Academics

QCUSD schools are high-achieving and offer rigorous academic opportunities…

Athletics

Athletics is a crucial part of the high school experience for many students, and QCUSD is dedicated to the development and success of student-athletes both on the field and off…

Fine Arts

QCUSD understands the connection between academic success and the arts. We encourage our students to participate and strengthen their skills…

New Renderings

New Eastmark High School renderings have been shared by our architect partner Orcutt Winslow. Check them out by going to the virtual reality site below. Please note the images are an artist’s rendition of the different parts of the school.

Eastmark High School

9650 E Ray Rd. Mesa, AZ 85212

Eastmark High School

9650 E Ray Rd. Mesa, AZ 85212

Grow with QCUSD!

The newest high school in the Queen Creek Unified School District has a master planned campus of over 60 acres providing ample space to grow with the community. The school will feature technology-rich, collaborative learning spaces as well as comprehensive academics, athletics and arts programs. Phase-1 will include approximately 154,000 square feet with a capacity of approximately 1350 students. There will be spaces dedicated to STEM, Fine Arts, Health and Human Services, Business and Leadership as well as athletic fields. Future phases will increase capacity to about 2800 students. Future spaces will include additional collaborative learning spaces for diverse and enriching programming as well as a full performing arts center.

Paul Gagnon- Principal

  • Dedicated and exceptional instructional leader
  • Coming from Queen Creek High School (QCHS)
  • Mr. Gagnon’s leadership helped QCHS achieve an A-rating in 2017 from the State Board of Education
A unique part of Eastmark High School is that it will feature Career Path Academies. “The goal of the school is to allow students to take classes that will directly relate to their chosen career fields. While in these classes on campus, our hope is to provide students at this school and the current Queen Creek High School with the right exposure that they’ll see in college and their future career paths.”

Updates from the Principal

Use the link below to get the most recent update on Eastmark High School. This is to help establish regular communication with all prospective parents, so that you can help spread the word about what an incredible high school this will be for your student and the future students this school will serve.

A-Rated Academics

Through a rigorous curriculum, the Queen Creek Unified School District fosters the academic prowess of each student. QCUSD inspires and empowers students to achieve excellence in all pursuits, embrace social and individual responsibility and lead with integrity, in partnership with families and community.

Great high schools are built upon the foundation of great elementary and middle schools. Queen Creek Unified Schools received “A” rankings from the Arizona Department of Education and have received top district ratings from GreatSchools.org.

At Eastmark High School, students will have access to advanced academic and honors classes taught by dedicated educators passionate about the subjects they teach. Expected offerings for the 2019-2020 school year include: Honors English 9 and 10, Honors Biology, Honors Geometry, and Honors Ancient Civilizations. The school will also have a variety of science, foreign language, and extra-curricular offerings.
STEM: Engineering, Computer Repair Tech, Computer Networking/Coding
Health and Human Services: Nursing
Fine Arts: Film and TV, Graphic Design
Business and Leadership: Marketing, JROTC, Accounting/Business

Career Path Academies

Queen Creek Unified is committed to ensuring all students are college and career ready. When Eastmark High School opens its doors initially to 9th and 10th graders, students will have the opportunity to participate in proven strategic learning through Career Path Academies. Some of the great options include:

STEM: Apple Coding, Computer Science, Computer Maintenance, Computer Networking, Engineering

MASH: Biomedical Science, Medical Professions: CNA, Medical Records  Technology

FAME: Digital Photography, Film and TV, Graphic Design

BLIS: AVID, Financial Services, JROTC Leadership and Education Training (LET), Marketing

Athletics

Athletics is a crucial part of the high school experience for many students. For this reason, QCUSD is dedicated to the development and success of student-athletes both on the field and off. At Eastmark High School, students will have access to a variety of sport options designed for student-athletes at all levels. 

Athletics

Athletics is a crucial part of the high school experience for many students. For this reason, QCUSD is dedicated to the development and success of student-athletes both on the field and off. At Eastmark High School, students will have access to a variety of sport options designed for student-athletes at all levels. Some of the great options include: Basketball, Baseball, Cross Country, Football, Soccer and Volleyball.

Incoming Student-Athlete Night!

For Families with students that will be in 7th-10th grade during the 2019-2020 school year.

Tuesday, April 30th, from 6;30-8pm

School Year 2019-2020 (Grades 9-10)

The following Arizona Interscholastic Association sports will be offered for Eastmark High School 9th/10th graders:

*Note: The conferences and divisions have not been determined at this time.

FALL 

Cross Country (Boys & Girls) Varsity
Football Freshmen & Junior Varsity
Golf (Boys & Girls) Varsity
Spirit Line Junior Varsity
Swimming/Dive (Boys & Girls) Junior Varsity & Varsity
Tennis (Girls) Freshmen
Volleyball (Girls) Freshmen & Junior Varsity

WINTER

Basketball (Boys & Girls) Freshmen & Junior Varsity
Soccer (Boys & Girls) Freshmen & Junior Varsity
Wrestling Freshmen & Junior Varsity

SPRING

Baseball Freshmen & Junior Varsity
Softball Freshmen & Junior Varsity
Tennis Junior Varsity
Track Junior Varsity
Volleyball (Boys) Junior Varsity
Volleyball Sand (Girls) Varsity

School Year 2019-2020 (Grades 7-8)

Eastmark 7th/8th grade students will participate in the same sports conference as Queen Creek Middle School and Newell Barney Middle School:

QTR. 1

Flag Football
Girls Volleyball
Baseball
Cheerleading and Pom

QTR. 2

Girls/Boys Cross Country
Boys Basketball
Softball
Cheerleading and Pom

QTR. 3

Girls Basketball
Boys Soccer
Wrestling
Cheerleading and Pom

QTR. 4

Girls/Boys Track & Field
Girls Soccer
Boys Volleyball
Cheerleading and Pom

School Year 2020-2021 (Grades 9-11)

FALL 

Badminton Varsity
Cross Country (Boys & Girls) Varsity
Football Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity
Golf (Boys & Girls) Varsity
Spirit Line Junior Varsity & Varsity
Swimming/Dive (Boys & Girls) Junior Varsity & Varsity
Tennis (Girls) Freshmen
Volleyball (Girls) Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity

WINTER

Basketball (Boys & Girls)Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity
Soccer (Boys & Girls)Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity
Wrestling Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity

SPRING

Baseball Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity
Softball Freshmen, Junior Varsity & Varsity
Tennis Junior Varsity & Varsity
Track Junior Varsity & Varsity
Volleyball (Boys) Junior Varsity & Varsity
Volleyball Sand (Girls) Varsity

Fine 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. Offerings for the 2019-2020 school year will include choirs, bands, orchestras, guitar, dramatic arts and visual arts. 

CHOIR 

Women’s Vocal Ensemble
Chorale

ORCHESTRAS

Symphonic Orchestra
Chamber Orchestra

BANDS

Marching Band
Percussion
Symphonic Winds
Chamber Winds
Jazz Band

GUITAR

Guitar 1
Guitar 2

DRAMATIC ARTS

Beginning Drama
Film Studies

VISUAL ARTS

Intro to Art
Painting
Drawing
Ceramics